Friday, September 30, 2011

Ashes To Ashes-Dust To Dust- Missiles Away

Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust

Well my friends, another day of rejoicing,  another Radical Islamic terrorist has gone to visit Allah and check out his stable of Virgins, Happy trails you bastard, courtesy of a Drone missile. I guess he forgot to check his rear view mirror as he was “Driving Down Hells Highway” 

(N.Y.Times) Anwar al-Awlaki was a radical American-born Muslim cleric who became a leading figure in Al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen. He was killed there on Sept. 30, 2011 by a missile  fired from an American drone aircraft.

Mr. Awlaki had been perhaps the most prominent English-speaking advocate of violent jihad against the United States, with his message carried extensively over the Internet. His online lectures and sermons had been linked to more than a dozen terrorist investigations in the United States, Britain and Canada. Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan had exchanged e-mails with Mr. Awlaki before the deadly shooting rampage on Fort Hood, Texas, in 2009. Faisal Shahzad, who tried to set off a car bomb in Times Square in May, 2010, cited Mr. Awlaki as an inspiration.

The strike also killed a radical American colleague traveling with Mr. Awlaki who edited Al Qaeda’s online jihadist magazine. He was identified by Yemen’s official news agency as Samir Khan, an American citizen born in Pakistan.
Many details of the strike were unclear, but one American official said that Mr. Awlaki, whom the United States had been hunting in Yemen for more than two years, had been identified as the target in advance and was killed with a Hellfire missile fired from a drone operated by the Central Intelligence Agency.

The strike appeared to be the first time in the United States-led war on terrorism since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks that an American citizen had been deliberately targeted and killed by American forces.
In 2010, the Obama administration had taken the rare step of authorizing the targeted killing of Mr. Awlaki, even though he was an American citizen — a step that had provoked lawsuits and criticism from human rights groups. He had survived at least one earlier missile strike from an American military drone.

Those drone attacks had been part of a clandestine Pentagon program to hunt members of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the group believed responsible for a number of failed attempts to strike the United States, including the thwarted plot to blow up a trans-Atlantic jet on Dec. 25, 2009, as it was preparing to land in Detroit.  Read More: 

Not to say that since Awalaki was justifiably vanished by a missle, that another idiot has not already taken his place, but I promise you this, they will not take time to go have a picnic without first looking up, just wondering if a missile is not screaming down on his ass. With the death of Awalaki, the next fool will always be looking up and will not have a restful day. I do not care what he says about his Allah, he does not want to go up in a puff of smoke. He mind will not rest one minute wondering if today is the day. I rejoicing that Awalaki got his, and one by one, they rest will get theirs as well. 

I am not trying to sound gleeful, but I am glad that we are striking back and killing those that have killed totally innocent human being for no other reason than they hate the west and they despise the United States of American and our values. The terrorist will stand up and say that they are not scared to die, they say they are ready to die; if that is the case and they are ready to die trying to kill Americans, or other people from western countries, then I happy to grant their wish. Sooner or later, their wish will be granted by a HELLFIRE MISSLE.  I am glad that the Obama Administration pulled the trigger, at least something was done right, we scratched one American born terrorist  off the list. CIA, Job well done.  Go find another one.

Until next time my friends….walk slow, & drink lots of water!

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