It is globally known among the published reports that the 9/11 suicide bombers were from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, two Arab countries that are very close friends to George Bush's family, so why are we (Canadians) still in Afghanistan getting attacked?
It is up to Afghani to get rid of Al-Qaeda or their counter part the Taliban and not anyone else in the western world. It's about high time that the U.S and Canada look after our own backyard's problems.
President Barack Obama should pull all troops out of Afghanistan, because presently the Taliban and the Al-Qaeda got all that wealth from the Libyan oil-fields.
Most of the Libyan terrorists support these tribal warmongers that own Russian ammunitions just like the good old days when the Russians were ruling their failed war on these parts of the world! Since civil citizens are still being killed by these tribal warmongers.
Less than two hours after President Obama left Afghanistan airspace on Wednesday, explosions shook the capital and the Interior Ministry said a suicide attacker had exploded a large bomb at the gates of a compound used by foreigners in the east of Kabul, killing six Afghans.
Obama: Afghan Partnerships Pact Looks To Peace; 'On Bin Laden Killed Anniversary'
Published on May 1, 2012 by TheAbdaliBacha
President Obama's surprise visit to Afghanistan is marked with the signing of a new strategic partnership for peace.
Divide Pakistan & Reunite Pashtuns-Afghans to eliminate punjabi ISI sponsored terrorism!!
Al-Qaeda 'irrelevant' since bin Laden's death
By Andre Mayer, CBC News Posted: Apr 30, 2012 5:57 AM ET
Last Updated: Apr 30, 2012 1:52 PM ET
When Osama bin Laden was still alive, intelligence experts envisioned one of three outcomes for al-Qaeda in the event of his death.
The first was that it would have no effect at all, because the group had made operational contingencies for such a crisis. The second was that it would embolden al-Qaeda to undertake even more gruesome attacks.
Suicide attack by Taliban kills at least 6
In a blunt reminder of Afghanistan's fragile security situation,a series of explosions and gunfire erupted in Kabul just hours after Obama left, killing at least six people. The attacks occurred near a private armed compound that houses hundreds of international workers. One of the blasts was a suicide car bomb, Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqi said. The Taliban said the attack was a response to Obama's surprise visit just hours earlier.
The president landed in Bagram in darkness, and his helicopter roared to Kabul for the meeting with Karzai, under close guard, with only the outlines of the nearby mountains visible. Later, back at the base, he was surrounded by U.S. troops, shaking every hand. He ended his lightning visit with the speech delivered straight to the television camera — and the voters he was trying to reach back home.
Obama in Afghanistan sees 'light of a new day'
Trip to Afghanistan on anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death
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May 1, 2012 3:09 PM ET
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