Friday, May 6, 2011

United States intends to remove the other leaders of Al Qaeda

The location of the hiding place of the assault and death of terrorist leader, in this case Osama bin Laden, is part of a complete change of strategy in the fight against global terrorism community developed by the intelligence services of the United States to request expresses its president, Barack Obama.

This plan does not limit or end with the death of the founder of Al Qaeda, but extends to eight or ten members of the dome and other extremist leaders of autonomous groups and related to the network founded by bin Laden. For months the leaders of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) are among the objectives of this new strategy against terror born in Washington, it appears that in late 2010, according to La Vanguardia has learned from intelligence sources which necessarily have to remain anonymous.

According to these sources, is only a matter of time that what happened to Bin Laden or try to repeat with the likes of Ayman Al Zawahiri (current head of Al Qaeda) or Abdel Hamid Abu Zeid (leader of AQIM), to cite two examples paradigm. Last January the Spanish secret services and other information agencies already had notice of the change that had occurred in the U.S.

fight against terrorism. In mid-January, the sources identified and cited to this day signed an executive order called President Obama would mean, say, locating and killing of terrorist leaders wherever he found them and at the slightest resistance to being captured to offer. This decision would be taken after evaluating the high cost in lives and economic costs to the United States via the pursuit of global terrorism military deployment.

The matter would have followed the following process. Given the finding of little or no success obtained by the anti-terrorist military strategy followed and developed by his predecessor, President George W. Bush, its high cost and poor performance in achieving objectives, Barack Obama called for a selected core of the U.S.

intelligence community. UU. At the meeting, given the task of turning around the fight against terrorism in search of efficiency relatively close to the phased withdrawal of its troops from the conflict zones. Three days later, sources said, "President Obama already had before it a new plan involving the persecution of death," singular and selective "global terrorist leaders.

The idea, although developed in the United States comes from the Mossad, who occasionally applies for decades. These presidential plans, which would tie in terms of external relations with the search for a new model of Arab or Muslim ally away from the old dictators would have elaborated the principle without Europe.

Rather, without Europe and because of the distrust that the EU will raise its partnerships for economic reasons with old Arab and Muslim dictators that could fund terrorism in hand in order to avoid local problems with the fundamentalists. For Pakistan, the sources added, is different, as always the U.S.

Secret Service has a suspicious part of the ruling power in that country. This happened on the occasion of the November 2008 bombings in Bombay, consisting of a dozen military-style terrorist attacks that hit India's financial capital, causing 173 dead and 327 wounded. The attack was attributed an Islamist group calling itself Mujahedeen almost unknown Deccan and he did by sending some emails to various media.

However, since then, and despite the claim, looks headed for western Pakistani secret services, or at least to an alleged fundamentalist sector of the same. This distrust, with solid base, explains EE. UU. do not show the attack on the mansion hideout of Osama bin Laden. The explanation, say the sources indicated, is simple.

There was a suspicion that someone in the Pakistani secret service could alert bin Laden. This suspicion has grown with the times, as they find it hard to believe that Pakistani intelligence was not aware that the founder of Al Qaeda hiding in their country.

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