Zarqawi Planning WMD Attack Europe
Forget Osama bin Laden, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is now the most dangerous man in the world.The monthly German magazine "Cicero" claims that Zarqawi is planning a major attack in Europe. Zaman:
Hat tip Reliapundit Zarqawi has made such threats in the past. In December, German papers ran stories alleging that the terrorist leader was planning a terror strike of greater magnitude than 9/11. What is new is that intelligence has specific targets. A chemical weapons lab was found in Fallujah shortly, but no quantities of WMD were located. Fallujah was Zarqawi's headquarters until it was liberated by U.S. troops late last year. Further, (WND):
The magazine quotes a German intelligence official saying, "We fear that Zarqawi is planning a big explosion." Zarqawi is trying to source arms equipment from the region of Georgia and the northern Caucasus, according to Cicero. Another intelligence official says in the article that he does not know if Zarqawi has managed to procure arms. "We only know that he has been working on this," the official said. Cicero pointed out that at least 150-security guards are investigating a planned terrorist attack in Bavaria, Baden-Wuerttemberg or Berlin.
Zarqawi is also being tried in absentia in Jordan for "planning a major chemical weapons attack that was uncovered by the authorities."
Zarqawi has always been the most dangerous man in the world. Bin Laden does talk, sends tapes, makes threats, but his hands never get dirty. Zarqawi on the other hand, doesn't care how dirty and disgusting his hands get.
Lets hope we get them before they get anyone else. Or us. We are strong; we can bounce back. There's another to worry about every day without worrying about terrorist attacks. Let the ones who are supposed to take care of those things do their jobs and as always, just keep our eyes open.
I heard that in Iraq, they have a nuclear station and that all 6 guards (only 6 guards?) had been killed several weeks ago. Hopefully they have more guards and each country is doing their bit including France and Germany and the Netherlands.
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