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Obama Claims Al Qaeda Defeated, Al Qaeda Claims It Has Scud Missiles

Posted By Daniel Greenfield On March 3, 2013 @ 8:24 pm In The Point | 11 Comments

Hmm this is a tough one. Whom to believe? The man who set the Muslim world on fire and unleashed the Islamist takeover of entire countries. Or Al Qaeda.

In any case, Jabhat al-Nusra, one of the local Al Qaeda affiliated groups, claims to have captured a bunch of Scud missiles. They are reportedly planning to turn them into orphanages for the poor or possibly kill a lot of people. There’s just no way to know.

Syrian rebels affiliated with al-Qaeda recently captured a Syrian military depot containing Scud missiles, according to reports in Arab media outlets. The reports differ on whether the site, located in the east of the country, also contained chemical warheads.

Hey, we might finally have an answer to the left’s great question of, “Where are the WMDs?” Saddam sent them over to Syria and Obama let them fall into the hands of Al Qaeda.

“What you see here are Syrian long-range missiles that were manufactured in Iraq and brought to Syria. Happily, they are now in our hands,” the rebels said in a video posted on YouTube.

Last week, rebels claimed they had taken control of a nuclear facility in the Deir al-Zour area that was bombed by Israel in 2007.

So everything is basically looking good.

With Al Qaeda getting access to WMDs and a delivery system, it’s now 60% more defeated than ever for a total of 180% defeated. We can pull out of Afghanistan and send the troops off to be fired and gay married, because war is over if you want it. And when Al Qaeda figures out what to do with all that gear, Michelle Obama can award them their very own Oscar for Best Performance in an Arab Spring.


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