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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

US colonel says bin Laden ill: al-Hayat

CAIRO (Reuters) - Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden' is in poor health and is seeking medical attention, the London-based Arabic newspaper al-Hayat said on Wednesday, quoting a U.S. officer in

"Osama bin Laden is trying to obtain medical attention," Colonel Don McGraw, director of operations at the Combined Forces Command in Kabul, told a group of British reporters, including one from al-Hayat, it said.
"He (McGraw) refused to say what the Qaeda leader is suffering from or whether it is the same kidney disease which Pakistani officials said in the past he was suffering from," the newspaper added.
Al-Hayat said it was not clear how the U.S. military had obtained its information or where it thought bin Laden might be.
The Saudi-born militant is believed to have taken refuge somewhere on the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan after escaping from U.S. troops and their Afghan allies who toppled the Taliban government that had hosted him in 2001.

The sooner he dies the better. If our troops can't get him, kidney failure will.

I just don't understand how we couldn't and can't capture a 6'3" fanatic who needs kidney dialysis. It really pisses me off that we hear non-stop about why we HAVE to be in Iraq but the actual culprits behind 9/11 still walk free.
Something about this post touch a nerve? Do you disagree?
Yeah... too bad we had to go and capture Saddam. Should have left him free to develop WMD and continue training foreign terrorists and offer bin Laden sanctuary.

Read the 911 Commission report and then tell me that Iraq and Al Queda have no connection.
Mike, you're a dishonest hack. Go back to the disaster porn and partisan finger pointing on your own site. I'd like to hope this site stays at least somewhat serious and honest.
Clinton and the liberals should be blamed gor everything......except New Orleans which should be blamed on the french for putting the city in a bad place
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