We are seeing al-Qaeda's recruitment of 'unrelated' World grievances to amass strength; impact independent Nations, elections, & Sovereign Rule...
But al-Qaeda's goal looks more to me like Mid-East "REGIONAL QUESTS" of which Suicide Militant Jihadists topple Islamic States; and over-power Kingdom Rule...Found this Video which confirms this assertion!
(As al-Qaeda hopes to gain supremacy via Regional cooperative)
Radical Militants use West as "tool" to gain control over East.Dr. "H" says that regions below (with strike-through) suffer enormous challences; but NOTHING like a merging increase of al-Qaeda's assassination attempts; geared to 'quicken':
Dr. "H" addresses the popular thought which suggests that "fighting against" these Militant Jihadis, is causing mass recruitment; when in fact, mass recruitments are found in countries of which extremists are failing to be marginalized."
Mauritania killings may be new Qaeda chapter
Their 'Political dismantle' of the following countries:
Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon,
Some doth protest inaccurately... Extremist Jihadis 'Quest is not the West... As blame upon the West, serves to masque the threat; one must examine the serious consequence of the absence of Western fighters, with an Obama Presidential win... Consider a VOTE for McCain... who does not deny the al-Qaeda threat.
Dr. "H" (Alexandria) believes that the foreign cooperative to monitor the links to Militant Suicide Networks; must not be discontinued by US Democrat Congress... Attacks, he says, are a progressive form of Islamic Anarchism as was Luxor attack (Egypt) which arranged a coup d’état (1996).
Int'l Collation of Western terror fighters are essential to M. East.
Regions in the news...
E. Timor President Stable after Assassination Attempt
Afghan Governor Survives Bombing Attack
Pakistani ambassador Azizuddin goes missing
Other News Stories
Candidate and 11 killed in Pakistan suicide blast
Monday, 11 February 2008 11:07 A suicide bomber has killed at least ten people, including an election candidate, and wounded 13 others in Pakistan's North Waziristan region. The attacker drove...
The attack follows a suicide bombing that killed 25 people on Saturday at an election rally in the northwestern town of Charsadda.
Election campaigning rallies become sparse.