Monday, May 01, 2006

Frontpage: How al Qaeda Lost in Iraq

Read about the brutal, bumbling strategy and tactics that resulted in the Islamist terrorist organization's defeat in Iraq at the hands of the United States in a new Frontpage article:
Despite the many brickbats of the media, al Qaeda has been defeated in Iraq, and is now retreating to lick its wounds where it can. If it can. Just over four and a half years, al Qaeda has gone from being the dominant terrorist group in the world to a defeated shell of its former self. In trying to defeat the United States, al Qaeda made three big mistakes: They fought the last information war, they underestimated the American leadership, and they also managed to anger the Iraqi people.
The main points here are so logical and self-evident as to be virtually inarguable, but that probably won't deter al Qaeda's allies in the US media and the DNC.