Thursday, December 22, 2005

Where Is Director Abu Musab (al-Zarqawi)?

"Unfortunately, we did not get him in Mosul (Nov. 19th raid)," Zalmay Khalizad, U.S. ambassador to Baghdad, had said. Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said DNA tests were being conducted to see if al-Zarqawi was among the dead after all. US Army spokesman Barry Venable said U.S. forces "employ whatever means required... to identify suspected or known terrorists or insurgents".

Well, it has now been one month and a few days since the raid. Where are the DNA test results?
If "we" got him, he would be martyred. Some al-Qaeda leaders in the raid had blown themselves up. That is suicide. The Amalgamated Low - Quotient And Expendable, Deranged Assasins union, aka Al-Qaeda says Zarqawi lives. Things are not going very well, however:

On a tip from an informant, soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division unearthed more than a thousand rockets and missiles protected in plastic. Some of the stash described as the weapons motherload had been buried during the last two weeks, Army officials said. "In our eyes, every one of these rockets represents one less IED," said 2nd Lt. Patrick Vardaro, 23, of Norwood, Massachusetts, a platoon leader in the division's 187th Infantry Regiment.

"The tide is turning," Vardaro said. "It's better to work with Americans than against us." An Iraqi tip of buried weapons could mean residents of the largely Sunni region north of Baghdad are now warming up to coalition forces.

When will the DNA tests results be announced? Irrelevant.

Prediction update: Zarqawi is not only doomed, he is now a short-timer (about 77 days left) . Allah speed, villain.


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