Sunday, June 18, 2006

al-Qaeda Still Active In U.S.

Here's an interesting Los Angeles Times story regarding an al Qaeda hydrogen-cyanide attack that was planned for the New York subway in 2003. According to some estimates, the attack would have killed as many people as the 9/11 plane hijackings. Just more chilling insight into how these people think. Makes you wonder what else bin Laden may be planning.

The article is based on an excerpt from the new book The One Percent Doctrine, written by former WSJ reporter Ron Suskind.

Elsewhere, The Sydney Morning Herald reports that Pakistani Faheem Lodhi, 36, a Sydney architect, was found guilty of trying to blow up a national electricity grid in Australia in late 2003.

Just a reminder that these people are among us and planning things that we can never be prepared for. We are a long way from winning.

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