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    al Qaeda out of cash, USA dems waving yellow flag.

    aQ out of cash, dems waving yellow flag: by Gerald

    Money, Money, Money

    Money for the Suicide Whores

    Its a race, al Qaeda vs USA.

    We all know about the democrats waving yellow or a white flag.
    And the political infighting, jostling for space on the presidential ticket.

    But a far more interesting story is al Qaeda's race, to drive USA out before they run out of money.

    AQ's traditional sources of funding have been cut off,
    and the funds no longer flow freely from the Arabic regimes.

    Iran's financial troubles continue to worsen, asIrans prez; does a last attempt effort to
    last till the Americans leave. Dropping the interest rate lower than the rate of inflation
    means arbitrageurs. It won't take long for Investors to convert that aberration into a guaranteed 2 or 3% profit in Iran, vs 5% in T bonds in the rest of the world, Its a guaranteed flight of capital out of Iran.
    Draining the funds out of Iran will also effect al Qaeda's funding also.

    The Taliban begging for funds is just the top of the iceberg.

    Terrorism is money driven enterprise.
    Cut off the funds and terrorism will dry up.

    Binny hasn't been seen, many of the insurgent groups have not released any media for weeks,
    Taliban is begging for money and Shaykh Mustafa Abu al-Yazid (a.k.a. "Shaykh Saeed") "As for the needs of the Jihad in Afghanistan, the first of them is financial. The Mujahideen of the Taliban number in the thousands, but they lack funds. And there are hundreds wishing to carry out martyrdom-seeking operations, but they can't find the funds to equip themselves."

    One of the dirty little secrets about the suicide bombers is YOU HAVE TO PAY THEM...
    The dumb ones only get $6,000 many hold out for up to $60,000.
    No money and you loose most of your suicide bombers.

    Al-Qaida's Committee in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM)--formerly known as the Algerian Salafist Group for Prayer and Combat; leader Abu Musab Abdel Wadoud:
    "Also, we are trying to motivate Muslims and encourage them to the sacrifice themselves in the cause of Allah. We have also asked them to supply any necessary supplies required by the martyrs,"


    WASHINGTON — A major CIA effort launched last year to hunt down Osama bin Laden has produced no significant leads on his whereabouts, but has helped track an alarming rise in the flow of al Qaeda operatives and money into Pakistan's tribal territories, according to senior U.S. intelligence officials. In one of the most troubling trends, U.S. officials said that al Qaeda's command base in Pakistan increasingly is being funded by cash coming out of Iraq, where the network's operatives are raising substantial sums from donations to the anti-American insurgency as well as kidnappings of wealthy Iraqis and other criminal activity. The influx of money has bolstered al Qaeda's leadership at a time when the terror group's core is regrouping and reasserting influence over its far-flung network. The trend also signals a reversal in the traditional flow of al Qaeda funds, with its leadership surviving to a large extent on money coming in from its most profitable franchise, rather than distributing funds from headquarters to distant cells. U.S. officials got a glimpse of al Qaeda leadership's financial dependency when American forces intercepted a lengthy letter that bin Laden's top deputy, Ayman al-Zawahri, sent to now-deceased Iraqi insurgent leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in 2005. In the letter, Zawahri asked for money. "So, if you're capable of sending a payment of approximately one hundred thousand, we'll be very grateful to you," Zawahri wrote, according to a translation released by the USA.



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