Monday, March 31, 2008

New al-Qaeda agents 'look western'

Mon, 31 Mar 2008 14:27:17
CIA director Michael Hayden
CIA chief Michael Hayden claims al-Qaeda is taking on 'western-looking' agents in order to facilitate their entry into the United States.

Hayden passed the remarks in a rare television appearance, along with his comments on the current state of affairs in Pakistan's federally administered tribal areas.

"They are bringing operatives into that region for training; operatives that, a phrase I would use, wouldn't attract your attention if they were going through the customs line at Dulles (airport near Washington DC)," said the director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

Hayden, earlier in the interview, raised concerns that the border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan had turned into a safe haven for militants.

He also said Bin Laden, whom he described as an 'iconic figure' did no longer have operational control over the al-Qaeda network, although he confirmed that Bin Laden was still hiding out near the Afghan-Pak border, AFP reported.

Hayden went on to refer to the "absolutely disastrous" non-interfering policy of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf in 2006 that gave way to the group's greater latitude.

This looks like one of those western looking al-cia-duh agents that are trying slip into the U.S.
If I were a TSA agent I would search her very throughly.

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