Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Al Qaeda group calls for attacks on U.S. oil

CNN reported A Saudi wing of al Qaeda called for attacks on U.S. oil sources across the world, saying targets should not be limited to the Middle East and listing Canada, Venezuela and Mexico as U.S. oil suppliers.

Why don't you go afer Venezuela first.
The threat appeared in the al Qaeda Organization in the Arabian Peninsula's e-magazine, Sawt al-Jihad (Voice of Holy War), which was posted on a Web site used by Islamist militants. "It is necessary to hit oil interests in all regions which serve the United States not just in the Middle East. The goal is to cut its supplies or reduce them through any means," it said.
And besides, if they buy oil other than in the Middle East, it is more difficult to siphon some of the revenue off to fund al Qaeda.

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