It appears that great progress

It appears that great progress is being made in rolling up al Qaeda networks in Europe. Sixteen al Qaeda suspects were arrested today in Spain. Their apprehension apparently is connected to the recent arrests in England in connection with the ricin plot, as well as to recent arrests in France and Italy. Given the obvious international threat posed by this network, it is hard to understand why any European government would fail to support efforts to prevent them from getting access to more destructive weapons. Of course, most European governments do. Shown below is one of the Spanish al Qaeda members being led away after his arrest.


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