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Saudi security forces appeared to act expeditiously when Friday night, June 18, hours after the decapitated body of the American engineer Paul Johnson was found in Riyadh, they killed his purported murderer, Abdulaziz al-Muqrin in a shoot-out in the capital. Not surprisingly, Al Qaeda quickly denied the death of the most prominent of their Saudi leaders. In a statement released over their affiliated Web sites, they accused the Saudis of lying.
Originally posted by x121Delta
I think "we have Al Qaeda against the wall" in a manner that threaten's to erase all trace's of them. Keeping that in mind this "step-up in attack's" is an atempt to broaden their reach, as well as show they are still a threat.
I beleave we need a new tactic to combat them and root them out. I would perfer that it was, one that did not need our country men and women to be sacrificed in the proccess. A tactic that we the "United States" could use to locate "Al Qaeda' Agents" and have minimal casualtie's in the proccess.