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« This may suggest a modus operandi on the part of either Al-Qaeda, the intelligence agencies with which her members so frequently interface, or both. In the case of the CIA and Al-Qaeda, it is becoming increasingly difficult to separate the goals, strategies and even membership of these two groups, despite their alleged, bitter and mutual enmity. The convergence of personnel and the remarkable proclivity of Al-Qaeda to promote Anglo-American/Israeli business interests by blowing things up or issuing communiques just at the right time and just at the right place has led to the now popular term “Al-CIA-Duh”. »Read the rest here my dear tiger Lily, a fragile flower intoxicated with the fake mysteries of the Orient...
Anyone else? Lebanon should really get rid of its famed hospitality lest the rest of the world joins in of course on our soil.
The Brits have a graphic description, too: "Look who's crept out of the cheese!" Shudder. - TR
>>In the case of the CIA and Al-Qaeda, it is becoming increasingly difficult to separate the goals, strategies and even membership of these two groups<<I would change "CIA" to the "Bush Administration" and agree. They are de facto allies at the very least, who feed off each other.
Nasrallah is stealing al Qaeda's thunder. Zawahiri can't have that.
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