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Sunday, October 2, 2011

possible retaliation over al-Awlaki killing

Al-Awlaki's father, Nasser al-Awlaki, left the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, Saturday for Jawf and Marib provinces to confirm that his son is dead, family members told CNN. Tribesmen in Marib province said Friday that they had seen the victims of the drone strike and that their bodies were charred beyond recognition.

Awww, To bad (HeHeHe) why do you think they call them Hellfire Missiles?

So their is a warning out, we are to be watchful of our surroundings especially when outside the U.S., so we are being asked to profile.

Same old shit, Islamic radicals can't control themselves, they are compelled to kill anyone they possibly can to get their point across. This is why we are compelled to play hellfire tag with them !

The U.S. State Department issued a "worldwide" alert Saturday, urging overseas travelers to be mindful of "the potential for retaliation against U.S. citizens and interests" following the killing of American-born militant cleric Anwar al-Awlaki.

Al-Awlaki -- the face of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula whose fluency with English and technology made him a top terrorist recruiter-- was killed Friday in a U.S. drone strike in Yemen, officials said.

The State Department alert, which is in effect until November 30, urges U.S. citizens abroad to register with the government to make it easier to contact them in case of an emergency.

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