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    Sunday, October 25, 2009

    al Qaeda vs Taliban

    al Qaeda vs Taliban

    Mullah Omar's Afghan Taliban and al-Qaeda's senior leaders have been issuing some very mixed messages of late, and the online jihadi community is in an uproar, with some calling these developments "the beginning of the end of relations" between the two movements. Beginning with a statement from Mullah Omar in September, the Afghan Taliban's Quetta-based leadership has been emphasizing the "nationalist" character of their movement, and has sent several communications to Afghanistan's neighbors expressing an intent to establish positive international relations. In what are increasingly being viewed by the forums as direct rejoinders to these sentiments, recent messages from al-Qaeda have pointedly rejected the "national" model of revolutionary Islamism and reiterated calls for jihad against Afghanistan's neighbors, especially Pakistan and China. However interpreted, these conflicting signals raise serious questions about the notion of an al-Qaeda-Taliban merger.

    So why does Bin Laden insist on an international
    And Omar says NO its just National.

      The al Qaeda movement is motivated by Bin Laden's ego gratification.
      al Qaeda's goal is Bin Laden's personality cult development and fulfillment of his delusional Mohammad Complex.

      To which ends he bastardizes Islam.
      Al Qaeda is Bin Ladens Psychopathology.
    Binny's ego won't allow him to be anything
    less than a Caliphate Chieftain.
    A mere national leader doesn't fulfill
    his Napoleon/Mohammad complex. ( “unprincipled narcissist” syndrome,) This composite character complex combines the narcissist’s arrogant sense of self-worth, exploitative indifference to the welfare of others, and grandiose expectation of special recognition with the antisocial personality’s self-aggrandizement, deficient social conscience, and disregard for the rights of others.

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