Friday, April 27, 2007

Bad Day for al Qaeda

The capture of a senior al Qaeda terrorist commander, late last year was announced:
WASHINGTON - A senior al-Qaida commander who was handed over to U.S. custody this week is believed to be a close confidant of Osama bin Laden who has provided U.S. intelligence officials with hundreds of important leads into al-Qaida’s operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, U.S. officials said Friday.
Break out the waterboard, suck him dry, then put him down.

Also, the Saudis have arrested 172 suspected al Qaeda terrorists:
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia - Police have arrested 172 militants who were plotting to attack Saudi Arabia’s oil fields, storm its prisons to free the inmates and use aircraft in their attacks, the Interior Ministry said Friday.
Be sure to tune in to NBC News tonight, where Brian Williams will explain exactly why it's all futile and balance the coverage with some new, created-just-for-Western-media pro-al Qaeda propaganda. Perhaps a juicy suicide bombing.