posted on Jun, 9 2006 @ 04:54 PM
At this point, I tend to think Musab is Mabus. And a type of anti-christ like Hitler and Napolean, he was definately a beheader and he seems to line
up with what Nostradamus predicted especially after the recent run of comet Schwassman Watchmann, the earthquake of revenge is definately mounting in
the mid-east which lines up with what Nostradamus said would happen after his death. . .
here' an article I found about him (Musab) recently
by Richard Miniter
Posted Jun 08, 2006
If you are looking for the legacy of Abu Musab al Zarqawi, do not look in the concrete rubble of so-called safe house in Baqubah that became his final
resting place. Instead, look less than 10 miles to the west, on the side of the road in the desert town of Hadid, for a pile of cardboard banana
Inside those boxes were nine human heads.
Some of the heads still had their blindfolds on. Iraqi police are still attempting to identify the murdered men.
Days earlier, in Baquba, Iraqi police found another eight severed heads. One of those heads belonged to a prominent Sunni Muslim imam, who preached
peace and tolerance.
For the past few weeks, U.S. military intelligence analysts had seen a spike in beheadings -- a specialty of the Zarqawi network.
Of course, Zarqawi will be remembered chiefly as a beheader. He apparently enjoyed wielding the knife and slowly hacking off the head of Nicholas Berg
of West Chester, Pa. In a video that Zarqawis followers proudly posted on the Internet, Berg screams in pain in seven long minutes as Zarqawi saws
through his neck.
Zarqawi also is believed to have beheaded Eugene Armstrong of Hillsdale, Mich.
Zarqawi is also believed to have beheaded Ken Bigley, the Liverpool, U.K.-based engineer who came to Iraq to help people, in October 2004.
Now it is Zarqawi's own head that is capturing the worlds attention. Displaying his head has several immediate benefits: it boosts the morale of
Iraqi police and military officers, who have been taking increased casualties in the past few weeks and were spooked by the Zarqawi video released
last month. In that video, Zarqawi made a point of firing an M-4 and an M-249two automatic weapons that are only used by U.S. forces. If he can take
guns from the hands of Americans he killed and turn those weapons against the worlds sole remaining superpower, maybe Zarqawi is invincible after all.
Yesterday's air strike has already reversed the downward spiral of Iraqi police morale, one source told me.
Nor can Zarqawi be easily replaced. He had a kind of rogue-ish charisma that resonated in the Arab world. He was featured in Arabic-language pop songs
and feted on Arabic soap operas. His persona drew hundreds of Saudis, Syrians and other foreigners to fight alongside him in Iraq. There is simply no
one else in the organization who has his aura.