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06/16/2011 01:47 PM ID: 89758 Permalink   

Al-Zawahri Named Osama bin Laden´s Successor

 

About one month after the killing of bin Laden, 60-year-old Egypian Ayman al-Zawahri has officially succeeded bin Laden as head of al Qaeda.

CBS News national security analyst, however, says that "Zawahri is not necessarily well-liked, not charismatic. Bin Laden was the founder, the glue of this movement.

And the fact that you haven´t seen a new leader emerge really does suggest that there are internal fissures and friction within the al Qaeda leadership."

 
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60-year-old Egypian Ayman al-Zawahri has suffered from a heart attack due to the stress of his newfound position of power within the al Qaeda organization.

Religious clerics have confirmed he is not to receive any virgins upon his arrival in Heaven. True story.
 
  by: Garbasche   06/17/2011 08:59 PM     
 
 
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