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The Nuking of Zarkawi - The gift that keeps on giving

Via AP:

"BAGHDAD, Iraq — Iraq's national security adviser said Thursday a "huge treasure" of documents and computer records was seized after the raid on terror leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's hideout, giving the Iraqi government the upper hand in its fight against Al Qaeda in Iraq.

National Security Adviser Mouwafak al-Rubaie also said he believed the security situation in the country would improve enough to allow a large number of U.S.-led forces to leave Iraq by the end of this year, and a majority to depart by the end of next year. "And maybe the last soldier will leave Iraq by mid-2008," he said.

Countrywatch: Iraq

Al-Rubaie said a laptop, flashdrive and other documents were found in the debris after the airstrike that killed the Al Qaeda in Iraq leader last week outside Baqouba, and more information has been uncovered in raids of other insurgent hideouts since then.

He called it a "huge treasure ... a huge amount of information."

When asked how he could be sure the information was authentic, al-Rubaie said "there is nothing more authentic than finding a thumbdrive in his pocket."

"We believe that this is the beginning of the end of Al Qaeda in Iraq," al-Rubaie said, adding that the documents showed Al Qaeda is in "pretty bad shape," politically and in terms of training, weapons and media.

"Now we have the upper hand," he said at a news conference in Baghdad. "We feel that we know their locations, the names of their leaders, their whereabouts, their movements, through the documents we found during the last few days."


Leave it to a dumbassed reporter to ask "are the documents authentic?". Hey ass clown, we're not talking about Dan Rather here!

But the fact is that it's going to be rough days ahead for Al Qaeda, as well as for the Taliban where in Afghanistan similar smackdowns are taking place.

"More than 10,000 Afghan and coalition forces have begun a massive anti-Taliban operation across southern Afghanistan, the largest offensive since the 2001 invasion that toppled the former regime, the U.S. military said Thursday.

Military forces are "moving forward with large-scale operations" in four southern provinces, Uruzgan, Helmand, Kandahar and Zabul, the military said in a statement."


Where ever you look it's bad news for Al Qaeda, Taliban and Democrats. The only thing missing is a major nab on El-Dicko himself. No not Harry Reid.

Osama. I believe we'll see that before summer's end.




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