Friday, January 09, 2009

Justice delayed is still justice

Remember the U.S. embassy bombings in 1998 by al Qaeda? If you recall, hundreds of people were killed in simultaneous car bomb explosions at our embassies in the East African capital cities of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya.

10 years later Fahid Mohammed Ali Msalam and Sheikh Ahmed Salem Swedan, the al-Qaeda leaders indicted for the two 1998 embassy bombings in Tanzania and Kenya, received justice on New Year's Day. They were killed in an air strike by the CIA in northern Pakistan. Officials also believe these monsters were behind the assassination attempt on Benazir Bhutto before she was ultimately killed.

One by one, al Qaeda leaves this earth, never to terrorize again. Out of the 21 on the most wanted list for this crime, only eight remain at large.

Remember my Muslim friend on facebook that I talked about here. Remember what he said about death?

If i am killed I am given freedom...we don't cry our deaths we celebrate them...

Let's find the last eight of the killers and let them celebrate.

via HotAir