Al Qaeda Terrorist Threat Is Growing

UN troops in Somalia / AP

UN troops in Somalia / AP

by Bill Gertz

The threat posed by al Qaeda terrorism around the world continues to increase despite President Barack Obama’s recent claim that the central group behind the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks is on the path to defeat, according to U.S. and foreign counterterrorism officials and private experts.

Obama said in a speech to the National Defense University May 23 that because of the death of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and most of his top aides, “we are safer.”

While terrorist threats still exist, “the core of al Qaeda in Pakistan and Afghanistan is on the path to defeat,” the president said.

However, a U.S. counterterrorism official said the threat posed by al Qaeda is growing. “From Africa to Pakistan, it is spreading systematically,” the official said.

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Jeff Marshalek
Jeff Marshalek
8 years ago

Is this true? Or is this the beginning of a new effort to establish fear in the governed so that the sheeple will support the U.S. police state.