New Taliban leader in South Waziristan Vows to be Next Target of Drone Strike
A Taliban faction in the western half of South Waziristan vowed to avenge the death of its emir, Mullah Nazir, and continue his mission, which includes supporting al Qaeda and conducting attacks in Afghanistan, according to a pamphlet released by the group. Also, the group named its new leaders. The Mullah Nazir Group distributed the pamphlet in the bazaar in Wana, the main town in the Taliban-controlled tribal agency, according to The Express Tribune, which obtained and translated the Urdu-language document. Nazir, who has professed his allegiance to al Qaeda and sheltered some of the group's top leaders, was killed along with several of his top commanders in a US drone strike on Jan. 3. "We will avenge the blood of our great emir. The joy of our enemies will not last long. Every drop of his blood will create another Mullah Nazir," the pamphlet stated.[More...]I swear, they multiply like cockroaches. One is sploded and is quickly replaced by another soon to be droned.
Posted by: cloaked in mystery at January 18, 2013 02:54 PM
Posted by: occam at January 18, 2013 03:57 PM
We tried but its seems they are hooked on DVD's of humans being butchered for some reason. I dunno they'd never even touched the Gilligan's Island DVD box set I sent.
Posted by: Darth Odie at January 18, 2013 04:01 PM
They explain that the plague began with just one frog. When the
Egyptians saw it, they struck it and tried to kill it. But instead of
dying, the frog began multiplying. One frog became two. The Egyptians
became angry and hit the two frogs, but that only caused them to become
four. Infuriated, they struck them again and again. Four became eight
and then sixteen, until eventually there were so many frogs that they
covered the whole land!
Why didnít the Egyptians stop trying to kill the frogs when they saw what was happening?
(Umm, I don't think this question is meant to imply that we should stop killing terrorists.)
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