Upon the questionable death of Osama bin Laden, Dr. Ayman Muhammad Rabi al-Zawahiri advanced into the lead chair of Al Qaeda. He is known as the “brains of Al Qaeda” and currently has a 25 million dollar price tag on his head. The Islamic army, Al Qaeda or Al Qaida, means “the base” in Arabic and this group not only poses a global threat but an internal threat to the United States.
In 1988, this militant Islamic organization was created and mostly funded by bin Laden, however the United States did take part in some financing and the training of their members. This radical Sunni Muslim group was formed to help fight the Soviet war in Afghanistan. Ironically, to this day the United States remains to indirectly finance its terrorist enemy overseas through Army contracts that are being given to companies and individuals that have a direct connection with Al Qaeda.
Our current “Liar in Chief” always keeps us scratching our heads in wonderment. Upon hearing nineteen embassies would be shut down due to chatter from “the base”, my first thought was Obama was making an attempt to take our minds away from Benghazi, the IRS and all the other scandals surrounding him and his administration. At least he didn’t bomb an asprin factory, however bombings in Yemen have been taking place that have reportedly taken out over a dozen members of Al Qaeda.
I am sure we all remember on Oct. 11, 2012, when Obama said: “Al Qaeda is on the run and Osama bin Laden is dead.” Obama must have Zawahiri and his clan “on the run” again and scared s**tless due to 18 out of the 19 embassies and consulates reopening.
In our homeland, there are known, silent Al Qaeda cells. The only reason I can think of them being here is to fulfill their mission. “The Base” has sleeper cells in the following cities; Portland, Oregon ~ Tucson, Arizona ~ Arlington and Houston, Texas ~ Columbia, Missouri ~ Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton, Florida ~ Herndon, Virginia ~ Laurel, Maryland and Boston, Massachusetts.
The intentions of Al Qaeda can be found at their sites as well as many other sites. The objectives of this militant Islamic group is best described by Democratic Underground, titled, “Al Quaeda’s Strategy to the Year 2020”.
On March 11, 2005, Al-Quds Al-Arabi published extracts from Saif al-Adel’s document “Al Quaeda’s Strategy to the Year 2020”. Abdel Bari Atwan summarizes this strategy as comprising five stages: