Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Taliban: Revenge for Bin Laden - Pakistani Nukes

Umer Khalid, a commander of the Taliban, announces Taliban plans to take revenge for the death of former al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden. Pakistani and U.S. targets will be on their hitlist including members of the U.S. intelligence community. [Al-Jazeera]

According to CNN News, the former Egyptian security officer Saif al-Adel (سيف العدل "Sword of Justice", right photo below) should become the interim leader of al-Qaeda after the death of Bin Laden. Al-Adel is known as the "caretaker" of al-Qaeda. Sooner or later, he might be replaced in his new position by al-Zawahiri (left photo below), the long-standing deputy of Bin Laden.

Last audio message
from Osama Bin Laden:

Tunisia had the first glory,
and with the speed of light
the knights of Egypt were in-
spired by the free Tunisians.
And a mighty revolution has
started, and what a revolution.
A revolution of destiny
for all Egypt.

Bin Laden's widdow:
The woman that was near
to him in his final hour.

Pakistan plans to enhance its production of enriched plutonium in order to assemble enough of weapon's grade material for the production of further nuclear weapons. Their goal is to reach a maximum capacity of 200 nuclear devices by 2021. That would match the actual British capacity of 195 nuclear weapons.

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