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The New American al-Qaeda Terrorist

Ann Anon Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 9:19 PM
You are right. MAD refers to the old policy of mutually assured destruction and it is only a deterrent to sane people. When you are sure that your god wishes you to blow yourself up while killing infidels and it seems good with you then there is no deterrent that will work. Excepting a first strike.
Bondman60 Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 1:02 PM
All acts of jihad are viewed in terms of how it will affect the overall goal of uniting the world under an Islamic calilphate. If an action is viewed as net productive, it is to be carried out. If it will set the jihadist cause back, it will be postponed or cancelled. When we react to jihadist attacks with "outreach" and "tolerance" for Muslims, we provide the jihadists with a victory, and the basis for more attacks. We haven't seen any 9-11 style attacks because of our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. With our current stance of pacifism, retreat and appeasement, it is only a matter of time until violent jihadists test the waters again.

New reports are released every single day in Washington, but one that could prove to be of life or death importance was unveiled this week by The Henry Jackson Society, a bipartisan think tank headquartered in London. Al-Qaeda in the United States: A Complete Analysis of Terrorism Offenses holds up a mirror to America and provides us with a clear but terrifying image.

The report itself is more than 700 pages, and is a painstaking and meticulous review of all 171 al-Qaeda or al-Qaeda inspired terrorists who were either killed during their attacks or convicted in court here in the United...