Al-Queda thug snuffed out

Congrats to the brave men and women of the Philipine military who removed another Al Queda piece of crap from the world:

A top al-Qaida-linked militant, accused of the kidnapping of three Americans in 2001 and of masterminding one of Southeast Asia's worst terror attacks three years later, has been killed, the Philippine military said Wednesday.

Jainal Antel Sali Jr., popularly known as Abu Sulaiman — a top leader of the Abu Sayyaf rebel group — died in a fierce gunbattle Tuesday with army special forces, military chief Gen. Hermogenes Esperon said.

Sulaiman is the highest-ranking Abu Sayyaf commander killed by U.S.-backed troops. Washington had offered up to $5 million for his capture.

-Yahoo/AP News
While reward money is usually not paid to those who apprehend or kill a suspect in the line of duty, this is one case where an exception needs to be made. The world needs to know that if you pick one side, you'll be well rewarded, and if you pick the other ... you'll be hunted down without mercy and once you're found, what is left of you will ziplocked, after you're photographed for all your buddies to see.

Just like this piece of human scum.

3 Response to "Al-Queda thug snuffed out"

  1. west_rhino 19/1/07 09:20
    As civilized as we pretentiously claim to be, early snippets of D'Souza's latest book that details Islam's reaction to the US leftists leading to 9/11, underscore the fact that when we have cut and run lefties that are for the war before they voted against it, when we have pragmatists that would practice escalatio on the scale of LBJ if elected but demand that we surrender because a Republican is in office, we don't really have the stomach for war, nor are we as civilized as we pretend.
  2. Mike Burleson 20/1/07 14:40
    "Wanted: Dead or Alive"!

    The good guys are on the offensive
    in 2007. If only we can transfer the same result to Baghdad.
  3. Moye 20/1/07 20:24
    It was a great day for sure. Now if you really want to get rid of them just drop the big one.

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