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https://plus.google.com/108311633737424473642 Imre Demech : Arab States want the US to do the dirty work so their leadership stays on it's throne, like the Saudi's...
Arab States want the US to do the dirty work so their leadership stays on it's throne, like the Saudi's, Turks etc. They want the war out of their countries at the expense of US ground troops spilling blood in Syria & Iraq. They don't want to dirty their hands against Extremist Forces & get overthrown just as Libya &  Egypt did during the Spring uprisings. Assad of Syria is  the equal to Saddam Hussein in keeping other factions out.  They ruled with brutal force within their boundaries. The Turks can't buy US weapons, because we already have them there in US hands such as our Air Forces. ISIS has US weapons from Iraq & they are ground force weapons. It would take US boots on the ground to go up against them.  We are going to be dragged into another ground war over there  which never stopped inclusive of Afghanistan. Since 1990 we have been at war in the Middle East like it or not. If it's not over oil then it's a terrorist state in the making which ISIS is trying to do. Carve out a new State out of Iraq & Syria, maybe Turkey also. This is why the Turks want US ground forces.  The US has become a pawn for our so called Arab Ally  States. All them countries are ruled by dictators. The US pays money for it's influence  up until 1990. We now pay in blood also. War makes battles, & more battles make for a bigger war which these  whole turn of events since 1990  has turning into. Obama can't escape the US being dragged into a spreading battles. We can't do a George Bush Iraq war by conquering for 10 years then leaving everything behind with another bad leader of an Arab country. Terrorism will always be there & the USA is still learning how to deal with it. It doesn't end with Osama Bin Laden's death, nor the over throw of Saddam Hussein. The USA needs to close it's borders,& have our own energy resources. Shield this country & not of all the dictators running theirs.
Turkey’s President Calls for Ground Troops to Fight Islamic State
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says the fall of Syrian border city of Kobani to the extremist group is imminent and ground forces are needed to fight it.
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https://plus.google.com/104257951888121810147 Day in Tech History : October 5, 2011: Steve Jobs Passes Away - 2011- Steve Jobs passes away in his home at 3 pm Pacific. ...
October 5, 2011: Steve Jobs Passes Away - 2011- Steve Jobs passes away in his home at 3 pm Pacific. He went into respritory failure due to the pancreatic cancer he was fighting for over 10 years. Twitter exploded with over 10,000 tweets per second on this event (Osama Bin Laden death was 5,000). Vigils were held in his memory and Cupertino office was plastered with flowers and memories on post-it notes. 1999- The Microprocessor Forum is held in San Jose, California. Dur... http://ow.ly/2OCtwq
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https://plus.google.com/113514748427912245895 OSINT : #OSINFO: THE EVOLUTION OF THE GLOBAL TERRORIST THREAT; From 9/11 to Osama Bin Laden's Death http://buff.ly...
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https://plus.google.com/109370892157685877275 Jenn Goodall : September 11, 2001 will always be remembered by Americans as “911”.  Americans take solace that the ...
September 11, 2001 will always be remembered by Americans as “911”.  Americans take solace that the author of those terrorist acts died on May 2, 2011, and each year on that date, we remember all those who perished.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, Americans were horrified as they witnessed Airplanes crashing into the two World Trade Center buildings in New York City, New York.   Those in the World Trade Center buildings heard and felt an explosion but did not know that an airplane had crashed into their building.  A third airplane crashed into the Pentagon.  A fourth airplane crashed into a field in Pennsylvania.  In total approximately 3,000 Americans died and every American wanted justice.
On 911, many died and are remember each year.  Horrific acts of terrorism occurred and many died.  Americans and other around the world mourn those lost on that day.   Flags are flown at half mast, special assemblies are held in schools and many parks and fields are covered in flags.   The  most awe inspiring tribute are the lights that beam into the Manhattan sky from where the World Trade Center Building previously stood.
The 911 attacks were on American soil.  This created a new war with an enemy who is not a country but a group, Al-Queda. The United States and British forces objective was to exterminate all terrorist tied to 911.  To further this objective, October 7, 2001 the war in Afghanistan started with US and British forces bombing the terrorist groups in the country.  These bombings ended one month later.  Over the course of ten years covert operations and military intelligence was used to hunt down and destroy all known Al-Queda participants. On May 2, 2011 in Abbottabad, Pakistan Navy Seals performed a covert operation.  This operation concluded with the death of Osama Bin Laden.  America and the rest of the world continues to mourn the loss of 911;  but we have a small sense of peace since Osama bin Laden’s death. 


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https://plus.google.com/114515187854133905081 Ali Ahmed : Jihadist groups around the world Despite Osama Bin Laden's death in 2011, the organisation that he founded...
Jihadist groups around the world
Despite Osama Bin Laden's death in 2011, the organisation that he founded is still wreaking havoc Nearly 13 years on from the devastating 9/11 attacks by al-Qaeda, the group, its affiliates and other jihadist groups are still in business. So who are they? A...
Jihadist groups around the world
Despite Osama Bin Laden's death in 2011, the organisation that he founded is still wreaking havoc Nearly 13 years on from the devastating 9/11 attacks by al-Qaeda, the group, its affiliates and other jihadist groups are stil...
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https://plus.google.com/114571031457393382385 Abd Alhaï : New York Times Reported Osama Bin Laden Death in 2002
New York Times Reported Osama Bin Laden Death in 2002
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https://plus.google.com/104031629768206023099 William Smith : New York Times Reported Osama Bin Laden Death in 2002
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https://plus.google.com/114529371273443966439 H George Tavakoli : New York Times Reported Osama Bin Laden Death in 2002
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https://plus.google.com/105668243339599562024 George Kanaris : When will 9/9, the day of the release of the new iPhone and Watch, replace 9/11 in the consciousness...
When will 9/9, the day of the release of the new iPhone and Watch, replace 9/11 in the consciousness of Americans who put consumption way ahead of civil activism?

The wizards of Apple, who will soon have a device on the market to help you pay your bills (and take a micro slice), must be aware that consumer borrowing has just seen its biggest hike since November 2001—just two months after the big event—and now stands at a whopping $3.24 trillion. According to the Federal Reserve, there has been a hike of $16.01 billion in July alone.

When I made the film In Debt We Trust in 2006 about the immense debt burden of Americans, I didn’t connect the phenomenon to hikes in federal borrowing to finance our other pre-occupation: war spending. Significantly, earlier in this same week, President Obama asked for another $5 billion for a new costly counter-terrorism offensive to fight ISIS.

This came just a few weeks after the Administration said it didn’t really consider ISIS a threat and had no strategy to fight it. Where, might we ask, was the National Security Agency with all its pervasive surveillance technology? Could they have missed its emergence because they are too busy sucking up metadata on our web and phone records?

Even superhawk Henry Kissinger downplayed ISIS, claiming Iran is a bigger threat—just before we learned that both Iran and the US are fighting ISIS, some say, together.

When did no threat become the biggest threat in the world?

Could the media have had anything to do with it?  Kill a reporter or two and you are guaranteed massive publicity. These horror shows—and they are both, horrors and shows—rocketed the need for a global response of the kind Washington is now pushing up the escalation ladder.

For one thing, we now have a "terror threat" to be scared enough to throw money at, a response that delights the accountants in the military industrial complex who no longer fear their endless spigot of spending will be cut off or decreased.

So, after the next ritualistic 911-eve speech to the nation, US bombers will be back in the air "degrading" ISIS and any civilians who happen to be too close for comfort. That old "bomb them back into the stone age" strategy that failed in Vietnam, failed in Afghanistan, and failed in Iraq as "Shock And Awe" is back because the Pentagon doesn’t know what else to do.
Never mind that our dictatorial Royal Arab allies, with US help, have been funding their own terrorist armies for "democracy" in Syria for years that have also failed miserably. What do you do when a "battle plan" fails? Try it again!

Loretta Napoleoni, the economist who has focused on financial frauds of all kinds has a brilliant book coming out on for Seven Stories Press to show us what we really have to fear.

“Many believe that the Islamic State, like al-Qaeda before it, wants to turn back the clock, and indeed in Western media Syrian and Iraqi refugees describe its rule in their countries as a sort of carbon copy of the Taliban regime,” she writes.

“…Paradoxically, to deem the IS essentially backward would be mistaken. Indeed, during the last few years the belief that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the group’s leader and the new Caliph, is a clone of Mullah Omar may well have led Western intelligence to undervalue him and his organization’s strength. …What distinguishes the Islamic State from all other armed groups that predate it, including those active during the Cold War, and what accounts for its enormous successes, is its modernity and pragmatism.”

All we really know about their strategy is the tactic of beheading, a technique based on a desire to be feared because they know they will never be loved in the West. Western propagandists then echo and praise their propaganda including a savvy use of social media. (They rarely mention beheadings of dissidents by Saudia Arabia!)

Who is behind disseminating these beheading videos that has aroused Obama to "act"? The controversial investigative reporter, Wayne Madson, charges it is not a news organization, but a right-wing propaganda group, writing (and I have seen this no where else): "The most recent video images of orange jump suit-clad U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff being beheaded were released by the Search for International Terrorist Entities or 'SITE,' which also initially discovered and released the video beheading of U.S. journalist James Foley to GlobalPost.com.

"As with the Foley video, U.S. intelligence initially refrained from validating the authenticity of the Sotloff video…Obviously, the CIA and other U.S. intelligence agencies are well-versed on SITE's Israeli pedigree. As previously revealed by WMR, SITE is a Washington, DC-based research institute with links to Israeli right-wing Likud elements and Mossad."

Hmmm! (Remember that the government did not do much, as their families have pointed out, to save them.)

True or not, it is irrefutable that the State Department has now been circulating its own video response to ISIS as a slick media war plays out on the Internet. Each side is using these horrific images for their own reasons, one to boast, the other to roast. We are using the deaths of journalists as a pretext for more deaths.

Writes Napoleoni in the intro to the book, now on the SevenStories.com website, “No matter how barbarous their actions are or have been, their status as threats to national security, as warriors, will be beyond doubt.

"As the Islamic State’s war of conquest progresses, it is becoming clear that since 9/11 the business of Islamist terrorism has been getting stronger instead of weaker—to the extent that now it has morphed into a state—by simply keeping abreast with a fast-changing world in which propaganda and technology play an increasingly vital role. The same cannot be said for the forces engaged in stopping it from spreading."

Perhaps that’s why new polls show that fear of ISIS is rising, in essence giving the Administration a blank check, the blank check it wanted all along. Whether they can be successful remains to be seen.

Speaking of business, did you know, or have you forgotten, the costs of 9/11? The New York Times reported that Al Qaeda spent only $400,000 for its attack while the US has spent, in response, an estimated $3.3 trillion. Don’t scoff, spending on that scale keeps the Pentagon and our economy humming by creating jobs and weapons, but not benefiting, of course, the 2,996 Americans who perished.

Sam Stein reports on Huff Post: “From 9/11 To Osama Bin Laden's Death, Congress Spent $1.28 Trillion In War On Terror.”

It is almost incalculable when you add it all up. The website of The Institute for Analysis of Global Security lists the costs in part:

The destruction of major buildings in the World Trade Center with a replacement cost of from $3 billion to $4.5 billion.
Damage to a portion of the Pentagon: up to $1 billion.
Cleanup costs: $1.3 billion.
Property and infrastructure damage: $10 billion to $13 billion.
Federal emergency funds (heightened airport security, sky marshals, government takeover of airport security, retrofitting aircraft with anti-terrorist devices, cost of operations in Afghanistan): $40 billion.
Direct job losses amounted to 83,000, with $17 billion in lost wages.
The amount of damaged or unrecoverable property hit $21.8 billion.
Losses to the city of New York (lost jobs, lost taxes, damage to infrastructure, cleaning): $95 billion.
Losses to the insurance industry: $40 billion.
And on, and on. When you add it all up and then factor in what money did not go for—schools, healthcare, poverty alleviation, etc.—you realize how devastating it’s been. We do not have many bragging rights in this exchange, in the sense that with Gitmo and our deadly torture program, we have tried to outdo our enemies.

The Financial Crisis, from which we have still not recovered, hit six years after the towers went down. It was a self-inflicted wound for which few were punished. (Remember the heavily-hyped and costly effort back then to get Wall Street reopen for business? Did it! And then what?)

As 911 makes its annual calendar turn, let’s understand who has benefited from the Terror wars and who hasn’t, and why our economy and political system needs external enemies to fear, lest an angry public take a closer look at growing domestic economic inequality and its beneficiaries. No wonder Washington wants ISIS as the focus. And how do you think they present us to their supporters?
Oh, Ye Masters of War: Marking 9/11 Again With A New Dragon To Slay | So, after the next ritualistic 911-eve speech to the nation, US bombers will be back in the air "degrading" ISIS and any civilians who happen to be too close for comfort. That old "bomb them back into the stone age" strategy that failed in Vietnam, failed in Afghanistan, and failed in Iraq as "Shock And Awe" is back because the Pentagon doesn’t know what else to do.
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https://plus.google.com/100727668451605698406 Alexandre Andrade : President Bush Reacts to Osama Bin Laden's Death …: http://youtu.be/-OixyPUNHmU
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Become a fan on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/funnyordie Barack Obama sent Navy Seal Team 6 to take out Osama Bin Laden in Abbottabad and made a statemen...
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Osama bin Laden Shooter Shirt on Display at 9/11 Museum: It's official: memorabilia from the mission that led to Osama bin Laden's death are now on display at Ground Zero. The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum in New York City announced on Sunday morning in a widely... bit.ly/MdqOtA #news #video
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https://plus.google.com/102323320514889123490 Pennsylvania news : Bill Clinton: ‘I could have killed’ Osama bin Laden (CNN) - Bill Clinton, just hours before planes ...
Bill Clinton: ‘I could have killed’ Osama bin Laden

(CNN) - Bill Clinton, just hours before planes crashed into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, reportedly told an audience in Australia that he almost killed Osama bin Laden during his presidency. Speaking to a group of businessmen in Australia on September 10, 2001, according to audio aired by SkyNews Australia on Wednesday, Clinton said that he “nearly got” the al Qaeda leader but didn’t go through with a missile attack because of the collateral damage that would have come from it. “He [Osama bin Laden] is a very smart guy, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about him – and I nearly got him once,” Clinton said. “I nearly got him. And I could have killed him, but I would have to destroy a little town called Kandahar in Afghanistan and kill 300 innocent women and children, and then I would have been no better than him. And so I didn’t do it.” Quick Clicks Read: Osama bin Laden documents The day Osama bin Laden died Newspapers trumpet death of Bin Laden What celebs, notables said about bin Laden Look Back: The world reacts to Osama bin Laden's death By the numbers: Osama bin Laden Memorable [...]
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https://plus.google.com/102426545158130573763 Aaminah Hussain : Alex Jones - Proof Osama Bin Laden Death Another…: http://youtu.be/pj1QMaJJUuo
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https://plus.google.com/105668243339599562024 George Kanaris : Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall felt the brunt of public outrage back in May of ...
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall felt the brunt of public outrage back in May of 2011 when he decided to weigh in on a matter of American foreign policy. Clearly disgusted with the jubilant nature of celebrations following Osama bin Laden’s death, Mendenhall took to twitter to voice his dissatisfaction:

“What kind of person celebrates death? It’s amazing how people can HATE a man they have never even heard speak. We’ve only heard one side…”

The condemnations and denouncements began soon after, littering the sports press with attacks on Mendenhall, pinning him against the broader American public and eventually causing him to lose his well-valued endorsement with Champion sportswear. He received attacks from fans, sports owners, and fellow football players, most notably Michael Vick. In attempting to clarify his remarks, Mendenhall wrote on his personal blog that he was reacting solely to the “amount of joy” following an event of murder:

I don’t believe that this is an issue of politics or American pride; but one of religion, morality, and human ethics. In the bible, Ezekiel 33:11 states, “Say to them, ‘As surely as I live, declares the Sovereign LORD, I take no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but rather that they turn from their ways and live. Turn! Turn from your evil ways!…”. I wasn’t questioning Bin Laden’s evil acts. I believe that he will have to face God for what he has done. I was reflecting on our own hypocrisy. During 9/11 we watched in horror as parts of the world celebrated death on our soil. Earlier this week, parts of the world watched us in horror celebrating a man’s death.

Obviously, such a Christian nation as the United States could not tolerate actual Christian thoughts or examinations in evaluating murder. Therefore, Mendenhall was subjugated to the whim of public anger.

The broader effect of this episode, negative flak and all, perfectly conveys just how entrenched the desire for bloodshed and violence is in American society. Citizens gathered at the White House, in Times Square, and across the United States, and openly celebrated the death of a human being. The fact is that the tragic events of 9/11, brought on by foreign occupation and meddling, have somehow justified the American populace to embrace news of mass deaths and assassinations, cheered on by war-hungry executive and legislative branches.

Such bloodlust has been a routine triumph for state-induced patriotism, almost always leading to a bump in the public opinion polls for the American Presidents who commit these actions, simultaneously justifying billions, if not trillions, of dollars in military spending. Congressional leaders and war profiteers monopolize the television talk shows and newspaper editorials, praising the death of the singular individual as another “key moment” in the ever-expanded Global War on Terror. The pattern is laughably recognizable.

With that in mind, 2011 has proven to be one of the bloodiest years in American interventionism. As far as civilians are concerned, over 3,000 Iraqis have been declared dead, 3,500 in Afghanistan, 2,000 in Libya, and countless more in the drone attacks in Pakistan, Yemen, and Somalia. Since the invocation of the “Global War on Terror” in 2001, over 8,000 American soldiers have been killed on various battlegrounds across the world. 2010 was the year in which more American military personnel committed suicide than were killed in action. The collateral damage exists on both sides.

The most high-profile killing occurred in Yemen, when an Unmanned Air Vehicle, a drone armed with hell-fire missiles, dropped a payload on Anwar Al-Awlaki, an American citizen born in New Mexico, who the Obama administration had labeled the “Chief of External Operations”of Al-Qaeda. The administration never produced a shred of evidence which connected him to specific attacks, but his purported “ties” to terror groups seemed enough to warrant his murder. The only effort produced by the Obama administration was the release of a memo citing legal authority to assassinate an American citizen, mirroring George W. Bush’s own memo to justify torture of terrorist suspects. The reaction from the American public followed the official government line, although skeptical voices, such as Presidential Candidate Ron Paul, dissident Noam Chomsky, and reporter Jake Tapper questioned the assassination without due process.

Al-Awlaki was not the only one killed, however. The co-editor of the Al-Qaeda magazine Inspire, Samir Khan, another American citizen was also killed in the same attack.

Less than a month later, Al-Awlaki’s son, 16 year-old Abdel-Rahman Anwar al-Awlaki, also an American citizen, was also killed by a target drone attack, demonstrating the Obama administration’s utter disregard for human life. In this case, however, the news was kept quiet, keeping the celebrations confined to the drawing room of the Department of Defense, the cubicles of so-called “terrorism experts” at neoconservative think-tanks, and the conference rooms of weapon manufacturers.

And now, on the morning of the 20th of October, 2011, the American bloodlust returns to fruition. Early indications are that Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi was killed by Libyan rebels. Though more than 65% of the American public were initially opposed to any American intervention in Libya, more than $1 billion was spent, and it was never officially approved by the U.S. Congress, the American sentiment will surely be one of celebration. The media elite will continue to push the flawed story that Gaddafi was responsible for the Lockerbie bombing (disproved by the documentary The Maltest Double Cross-Lockerbie), subverting the truth and relegating it once more only for a concern only for historians, not present popular opinon.  

The stories told over the next few days will surely attempt to justify the billions spent, the thousands of lives lost, and the pronounced need for more military spending, as is always the case. The public will be swooned to the supposed “power” of the Obama doctrine, and the majestic capacities of American interventionism will reign once more. Forever lost to history will be the quite friendly relationship the U.S. had with enjoyed with Libya once trade was re-opened. In fact, Wikileaks cables revealed that many U.S. Senators enjoyed several state-sponsored visits to Libya, hosted by Gaddafi himself. The biggest American proponents to remove Gaddafi from power, McCain, Joe Lieberman, and Senator Lindsey Graham, were also the first ones to embrace him just a few years ago, as they all traveled to Libya. McCain even tweeted his meeting with Gaddafi back in 2009. A post I did a few months ago also reveals the many state visits to Libya enjoyed by many world leaders, the very same who claimed Gaddafi was a “tyrant” no longer fit to rule, and were the first to commit planes and bombs to the African nation. As Rashard Mendenhall so intelligently stated, we should revisit our own “hypocrisy“.



Going forward, the official reaction of the American government is best explained by South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, one of the most hawkish individuals in public office. Speaking to Fox News, Senator Graham stated plainly what the role of the United States in Libya will be in the next few years: “there is a lot of money to be made, a lot of oil to be drilled“. Alas, another coup supported by American arms succeeds. The world’s policeman once again polishes its badge and gun, and calls it a victory for the American way.

As millions far from these lands die under the American flag, far from the protections of constitutional republicanism, the broader populace should recognize the future implications of the constant meddling in foreign nations, where the world is a witness to the crimes of our government. History is the driving force of the Israeli/Palestinian issue, and it will continue to be one to condemn the United States federal government in the eyes of those who live elsewhere.

Historian Edward Gibbon once theorized that the decline of the Roman Empire was rooted in the “moral decay” of Roman society. As death, carnage, and assassination become universally embraced, tolerated, and openly celebrated in this country, perhaps the decline of the American Empire is closer than any may expect.
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https://plus.google.com/106663968995579309045 David Alicea : The "30 Rock" star said President Obama was a "gangbanger" and should celebrate Osama bin Laden's death...
The "30 Rock" star said President Obama was a "gangbanger" and should celebrate Osama bin Laden's death with a gangster-style teardrop tattoo. He also said he may vote for Mitt Romney so that he can have four wives."He's from Utah, right? They're Mormons? They've got many wives?" Morgan said. "There you go! Responsible leadership [or] four wives? I'm going with four wives." Why? Because all he wants from life is to "do karate and make babies," he explained. Morgan also said he thinks the killing of bin Laden will help Obama's re-election chances. "If you assassinate foreign dictators, you bangin'. He should get a teardrop right here," Morgan said, pointing to his eye.
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https://plus.google.com/103543199846479578116 Ken Danieli : In May 2011, in the wake of Osama bin Laden's death, CNN's Fareed Zakaria wrote a column headlined "...
In May 2011, in the wake of Osama bin Laden's death, CNN's Fareed Zakaria wrote a column headlined "Al Qaeda Is Over":

The truth is this is a huge, devastating blow to al Qaeda, which had already been crippled by the Arab Spring. It is not an exaggeration to say that this is the end of al Qaeda in any meaningful sense of the word.

Al Qaeda is not an organization that commands massive resources. It doesn't have a big army. It doesn't have vast reservoirs of funds that it can direct easily across the world.

Zakaria is famously a confidant of Obama's, but there are limits to the horse manure even devoted courtiers swallow. 
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In May 2011, in the wake of Osama bin Laden's death, CNN's Fareed Zakaria wrote a column headlined "Al Qaeda Is Over": The truth is this is a huge, devastating blow to al Qaeda, which had already been crippled by the Arab Spring. It is not an
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