Re: Al-Zarqawi story
> other things, that the demise of Zarqawi mightAll I can say is that I sincerely hope that this is the case. A
> aid the new government, it will probably slow
> down the insurgency for a while, etc.
realist would see the potential of the backlash of killing the
regional leader of an organization whose members aren't afraid of
dying for their cause.
Therefore, that was good news but surely not that big of a deal. At
least lot much bigger than Specter's going public to criticize
- Killing Al-Zarqawi is a must. I am amazed it took so long to get the
job done. Lets just hope that while we were trying to take him out
that we have some how wiped out his entire gene pool. Wife, kids, pets
The man cut the head off of an American, filmed it and sent it to the
press so the mans family could watch and the whole world could
witness. It is regrettable he died so quickly as I would have rathered
he met a much more painful death.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ram Lau" <ramlau@...> wrote:
> > divisive fellow than an unifying force. I have speculated all day
> > with friends here that this might make the insurgent's s more
> > committed and strong in the long run. Bush had a good day and will
> Precisely what I thought when the news first came out on TV at 4AM.
> Didn't we just make the madmen "madder" by killing one of their many
> If nuking the entire middle east and wipe them all out is not an
> option, perhaps we should come up with something wiser than making the
> angry mob angrier?