Allah will reward the Moonbat Messiah in the afterlife. Its his war, he owns it.
Look out for stories about “wedding parties”, “innocent Muslims” and other muselmush.
|At least 16 peopleÂ have beenÂ killed and several others wounded in a US drone strike against a suspected Taliban compound in Pakistan’s South Waziristan region, according to Al Jazeera’s Islamabad bureau.About eight to 10 missiles were reportedly fired hitting three different targets including a compound in Babar Zariat, a border village between North and South Waziristan.More fighters were believed to be in theÂ locations when they were hit on Sunday, meaning the deathÂ toll may rise, according toÂ the Reuters news agency.The compounds were believed to house fighters belonging toÂ the Punjabi Taliban, a group with close links to al-Qaeda,Â intelligence officials said.Al Jazeera identified the commander of the group asÂ Qari Imran. But there is no confirmation on his death.”We are not sure who was killed on the ground, whether they were indeed militants as claimed by the intelligence sources,” Al Jazeera’s Kamal Hyder said. “Normally, there are civilian casualties as well, particularly when compounds and houses are hit.”
What he hell are we doing in Afghanistan anyhow?
If you want to see a frank assessment on a major TV network of the frightening state that the United States’ war-fighting doctrine has fallen into, you’ll need to move to Canada. In the video clip below, retired admiral Ace Lyons talks to Charles Adler on SUN TV about the new U.S. army training manual, which aims to turn American soldiers in Afghanistan into “culturally sensitive” dhimmified sitting ducks:
Hat tip:Â Vlad Tepes/GoV
The Pakistan Taliban has established sanctuaries in theÂ mountainous Babar area, 140km northeast of Wana, theÂ headquarters of South Waziristan,Â officials added.
South Waziristan is controlled by the Pakistani army, whichÂ operates under an uneasy truce with fighters from the localÂ Wazir tribe.
Sunday’s strike follows the death of Mullah Nazir, a WaziriÂ tribal leader, on Wednesday. Nazir supported attacks on US forces in Afghanistan but had signed two peace dealsÂ with the Pakistani army.
On Sunday, thousands of his tribesmenÂ protested against his killing.