Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Iraqi Terrorists Get Desperate

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is the newest Al-Queda frontman to dive into the internet video scene. He claims that the United States will be defeated, and will have to exit Iraq in shame. HAH! What an idiot. The only thing this tape has done is to further hasten his capture by U.S. and coalition forces. For a long time we have been going off of a vague picture of Abu Musab, and now we have a current, very detailed picture to go along with the very nice reward for information that leads to his capture.

So to all Iraqi's in Baghdad, and the few areas where the waning insurgency still lingers...

Have you seen this man? If so, contact the local United States Army men in your area, and help this deranged murderer get thrown in jail.

Also, be sure to check out the synopsis of this lunatic's 34 minute video, courtesy of CentCom:
"Arab media and on-line reaction notes that this is the first time Zarqawi has shown himself. Some commentary views this as a sign of weakness in the face of political progress being made in Iraq. Other commentary reiterates criticism of Zarqawi's tactics, which target innocent Muslims and undermine the legitimacy of the Iraqi insurgency. Al-Arabiya featured an Egyptian analyst who said that both Zarqawi and bin Laden "are trying to assert the existence and strength of the organization." The program also featured the Iraqi national security advisor asserting that Zarqawi's people are killing Iraqi civilians. Al-Jazeera prominently featured State Department official Alberto Fernandez, who predicted the terrorist's message would be rejected not only in the West but in the East, adding that the tape demonstrates Zarqawi's desperation. Online commentary discusses Zarqawi's character. Bloggers refer to him as a "bloody psychopath," "criminal," and "terrorist;" a minority support him as a leader of the "resistance" in Iraq. Interestingly, many said the video refutes the popular theory that Zarqawi is an imaginary bogeyman created by the Americans to justify US actions."

H/T: Centcom (Thanks again!)