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Friday, December 30, 2011

Al-Qaeda's Ayman al-Zawahiri sending Jihadists to Libya

CNN, the news entity that essentially championed the 'Arab Spring' in its early days is now reporting that bin Laden's former #2 man, Ayman al-Zawahiri is sending al-Qaeda Jihadists to Libya in order to beef up its presence in that country. At some point, shouldn't any remaining credibility liberal media outlets like CNN still have, be given to those who saw all of this coming?

Via CNN:
Al Qaeda's leadership has sent experienced jihadists to Libya in an effort to build a fighting force there, according to a Libyan source briefed by Western counter-terrorism officials.

The jihadists include one veteran fighter who had been detained in Britain on suspicion of terrorism. The source describes him as committed to al Qaeda's global cause and to attacking U.S. interests.

The source told CNN that the al Qaeda leader, Ayman al-Zawahiri, personally dispatched the former British detainee to Libya earlier this year as the Gadhafi regime lost control of large swathes of the country.

The man arrived in Libya in May and has since begun recruiting fighters in the eastern region of the country, near the Egyptian border. He now has some 200 fighters mobilized, the source added. Western intelligence agencies are aware of his activities, according to the source.
I still can't get over how John McCain chastised Joe Biden for saying the Taliban is not our enemy when McCain is the one who called the Libyan rebels his 'heroes.'

h/t Weasel Zippers

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