Wednesday, February 23, 2005

AL QAEDA HAS REGROUPED IN CHECHNYA, BANGLADESH

AL QAEDA HAS REGROUPED IN CHECHNYA, BANGLADESH

According to global strategist and think tank Startfor, when French police arrested three Algerian men in January, sources say, another attack was thwarted in Europe. The men were Muslims who had originally come from North Africa but received training and combat experience in Chechnya, where seasoned Chechen militants are replacing al-Qaeda as mentors for a European jihad.

According sources in Chechnya and Bangladesh Chittagong Hills, innumerous training camps have been shifted from Afghanistan to these areas by Al-Queda and similar Jihadists.


How long before another major attack like 9/11? It's anyone's guess at this point, but with the recent messages from Zawahiri, it could be days or weeks...