Monday, 30 April 2012

US Vows to Hunt Zawahiri, Current Al-Qaeda Chief

Ayman al-Zawahiri, the brand new head of terror outfit al-Qaeda remains at huge in Pakistan's tribal location, a prime US counter-terrorism official has said as Washington vowed to hunt him down.
Labeling the Egyptian cleric as now the quantity 1 goal with the US, John Brennan, the US Deputy Nationwide Safety Advisor told CNN, "We think he (Zawahiri) is in that area with the world, as well as other al-Qaeda leaders that carry on to borough into places of...the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan.
"We're not going to relent till they're introduced to justice 1 way or another," he added. Zawahiri took more than the leadership of al-Qaeda final year after the dying of Osama Bin laden.
Speaking to reporters ahead of your initial dying anniversary of Bin Laden, the leading US official said, "We demonstrated the capacity to complete that with bin Laden. We are in continuous consultation with our Pakistani counter-terrorism companions frequently about how we are able to do this as quickly as possible."
On al- Qaeda, he said, "They have to go. It's an organisation that is committed to murder and mayhem and we along with other countries from the globe are established to make certain that that occurs."
The US can also be targeted to the al-Qaeda in Yemen, he stated. "There are leaders of al Qaeda within the Arabian Peninsula that we're focusing on. And we want to make certain that they're introduced to justice. Yet again, 1 way or the other, we're planning to operate closely with our Yemeni partners," he said.
"Al-Qaeda within the Arabian Peninsula, which can be positioned in Yemen, is concerned inside a really active insurgency towards the Yemeni govt. And we are working closely using the Yemeni authorities, their protection, intelligence, and military forces, to ensure that that growth of al Qaeda in Yemen may be blunted," Brennan stated.

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