AL-ZARQAWI Killed in Airstrike!! - Page 4




 
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June 9th, 2006  
moving0target
 
 
The analysis I heard implied that he was the binding force. Without his charisma to hold things together, resistance in Iraqi could splinter and disintegrate.
June 9th, 2006  
therise21
 
this is great news. i read that he was informed on by someone in his own network. people will try to take his place, but maybe this will discourage some of them.
June 9th, 2006  
ASTRALdragon
 
 
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Originally Posted by therise21
this is great news. i read that he was informed on by someone in his own network. people will try to take his place, but maybe this will discourage some of them.
I also think this will discourage many would-be insurgency leaders to take his place because they gotta realize that this dude had some pretty crazy security measures not to mention loyal supporters/bodyguards and yet people within his own ranks sold him out and the tip of an American missile caught up to him. It would just show them that sure you can dance then hide all you want but death is lurking around every corner (or up in the air in this case) with an American soldier ready to deliver it.
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June 9th, 2006  
PJ24
 
 
It is important for the public to remember that Zarqawi is only one small piece to the puzzle. This is a huge kill for us in Iraq, but the GWOT spans over several different theaters and there are a lot more bad guys out there to nab. The media and American public in general needs to understand that even though the insurgency in Iraq has taken a hit, there's still a lot more layers to go through. Hopefully, they won't start throwing a fit when the attacks continue and will take this victory for what it is.

It's more of a "one down, time to get the rest" sort of feeling going on right now.
June 9th, 2006  
Missileer
 
 
I watched the news briefing this morning and the General answering the world press questions said that Zarqawi was alive when he was removed on the stretcher but mumbled something and died. One of the reporters asked if any attempt to render aid was made and the General said that he died before any effective treatment could be administered.

Now, why would anyone want to keep this abomination from the ooze and slime of the lowest depths of the swamp of hell alive? I can't even imagine someone being naive enough to think he would make it out of Iraqi police custody and then Iraqi military and coalition troops in good health. The same woman wanted to know if he had been shot also.
June 9th, 2006  
Kirruth
 
 
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Originally Posted by Missileer
I can't even imagine someone being naive enough to think he would make it out of Iraqi police custody and then Iraqi military and coalition troops in good health.
Although in the real world he would probably have had to play "dodge the bullet", it would have been good to have had him interrogated and made to account for his crimes.
June 9th, 2006  
SNowblind
 
missileer, it is not the job of doctors to worry about the big picture
just to worry about the life of a single man
June 10th, 2006  
moving0target
 
 
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Now, why would anyone want to keep this abomination from the ooze and slime of the lowest depths of the swamp of hell alive?
Because US troops are better than terrorist trash.
June 10th, 2006  
bulldogg
 
 

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Originally Posted by SNowblind
missileer, it is not the job of doctors to worry about the big picture
just to worry about the life of a single man
So glad you are here to correct and educate Missileer.
Might be a good idea for some members here to check someone's profile before they post.
June 10th, 2006  
phoenix80
 
 
Good f...ing riddance!

Great news!
 


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