May 1st, 2012
09:52 PM ET

The future of al Qaeda

One year after the death of Osama bin laden, the core of al Qaeda that brought us 9/11 is essentially gone. But it is the organization's affiliates around the world that analysts say will still be a "formidible problem" in the future. CNN Pentagon correspondent Chris Lawrence reports.

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  1. Skorpio

    The root of the problem is Islam. Muslim clerics, devout Muslims and Islamists are responsible for the violence, terrorism, hatred and discrimination around the world. These guys are colluded with Muslim monarchs and leaders. Thanks to Islam, Islamic monarchs seized their countries' wealth and natural resources (oil) entirely for themselves, they can have hundreds of concubines and all the sexual pleasures, they can free or incarcerate anyone they want and always have the last word on any civil, military or religious decision. Muslim monarchs in retribution to Islamic clerics' allegiance, they grant them well paid jobs as judges, commissioners, administrators, police, executioners, etc. No wonder all these bast#*^ must impose and extend their diabolic Islamic over their people and eventually all over the world otherwise Satan will take away their privileges, sexual pleasures, wealth and power.

    May 3, 2012 at 12:25 pm | Reply
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    May 2, 2012 at 2:19 pm | Reply
  3. Skorpio

    Unless Muslims convert to any other religion except Islam, this is a never ending story. The root of the problem is Islam-Koran and Mohammed's extremely immoral conduct, cruel and merciless behavior which are the role models for all these violent and satanic actions.

    May 2, 2012 at 1:45 pm | Reply
    • Thor

      Godfreak...you are worthless.

      May 2, 2012 at 2:26 pm | Reply
  4. Thor

    Bringing people of Arab decent, to secret camps in Israel and Bahrain, and then training them in required skills.

    Old story...

    May 1, 2012 at 10:09 pm | Reply

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