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No matter how you look at it, the killing of Al-Zawahiri wss murder, plain and simple. The United States wkill be very lucky if Al-Qaida does not redpond in kind. Saying it wss a victory, edpecially in adwrtoon, is beyond the pail of barf.
Murder, plain and simple. It’s the American way of dealing with problems, even with self-made ones.
Had it been a country that attacked us on 9/11, we would have gone to war. And people would have died as a result. But you can’t go to war with a terrorist organization. Al-Zawahiri was sentenced to death by Egypt and wanted by both the U.S. and the United Nations for his role in multiple bombings that all together killed thousands of civilians. We took him out in a way that only killed him, no one else.
I won’t quibble on the fact that, yes, we assassinated Al-Zarahiri. But he was not in a prison cell, he was living free and clear doing what he pleased. I’m glad he can’t plot the next terror attack.