Anniversary of Osama Bin Laden Termination – May 2nd

(CBS/AP) Federal authorities are urging local law enforcement to be vigilant with the one-year anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death just days away, but said there is “no indication of a credible threat or plots against the U.S.” linked to the May 2 date.

The FBI, Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Northern Command sent a joint advisory to local and state law enforcement late Wednesday as a reminder that al Qaeda and its affiliates still aspire to attack the U.S.

A law enforcement source told CBS News that there has been an increase of messages to coincide with the first anniversary of bin Laden’s death, posted on three or four known Jihadist extremist web forums calling for followers to consider all forms of an attack against transportation, churches and public venues such as theaters and sporting arenas in the United States including unconventional attacks such as chemical or biological.

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1 Response to Anniversary of Osama Bin Laden Termination – May 2nd

  1. Danial Adnan says:

    In fact, it is a ‘different war’ and the American enemies like Al Qaeda warriors are unseen. Geographically and ethnically, they are interwoven with other races and sects of the concerned countries and multicultural societies of the west. Because of this element, most of the Al Qaeda leaders succeed in keeping themselves anonymous and untraceable.

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