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Abu Yahya al-Libi Orang ke 2 Al Qaeda Tewas Kena Drone

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Abu Yahya al-Libi Orang ke 2 Al Qaeda Tewas Kena Drone

Postby walet » Wed Jun 06, 2012 4:50 am

White House: Al Qaeda No. 2 leader is dead


By the CNN Wire Staff
June 5, 2012 -- Updated 1932 GMT (0332 HKT)

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Abu Yahya al-Libi Orang ke 2 Al Qaeda

Abu Yahya al-Libi has appeared frequently in videos on the Internet, including one in 2006 by an al Qaeda-linked media group.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
NEW: Abu Yahya al-Libi's death is "another serious blow" to al Qaeda, Obama spokesman says
Al-Libi was killed in a CIA drone strike launched Monday, officials say
Al-Libi was the No. 2 man in al Qaeda and its face on the Internet
The drone strike, in North Waziristan, was the 21st in Pakistan this year
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
NEW: Abu Yahya al-Libi's death is "another serious blow" to al Qaeda, Obama spokesman says
Al-Libi was killed in a CIA drone strike launched Monday, officials say
Al-Libi was the No. 2 man in al Qaeda and its face on the Internet
The drone strike, in North Waziristan, was the 21st in Pakistan this year

(CNN) -- Abu Yahya al-Libi, the No. 2 man in al Qaeda and a longtime public face of the terror network, is dead, White House spokesman Jay Carney confirmed Tuesday.

Al-Libi's death was "another serious blow to core al Qaeda," said Carney, who was unable to provide further details.

"His death is part of the degradation taking place in core al Qaeda in the last several years," Carney said.

Earlier Tuesday, U.S. officials said that al-Libi was killed by a CIA drone strike in Pakistan launched Monday.

Al-Libi's death marks one of the most significant blows to al Qaeda since the U.S. military killed Osama bin Laden in a daring nighttime raid in Pakistan a year ago.

Al-Libi was second-in-command behind al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, who took the helm after bin Laden's death.

"There is no one who even comes close in terms of replacing the expertise (al Qaeda) has just lost," said the U.S. official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
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Al-Libi "played a critical role in the group's planning against the West, providing oversight of the external operations efforts," the official said.

"Zawahiri will be hard-pressed to find any one person who can readily step into Abu Yahya's shoes," the official said. "In addition to his gravitas as a longstanding member of AQ's leadership, Abu Yahya's religious credentials gave him the authority to issue fatwas, operational approvals and guidance to the core group in Pakistan and regional affiliates."

Al-Libi loss would be major blow for al Qaeda

The Monday strike was the third such deadly attack in as many days and the 21st suspected U.S. drone strike in Pakistan this year. At least six missiles were fired at a militant compound near the town of Mir Ali in the North Waziristan region near the Afghanistan border.

Official: 15 militants killed in suspected U.S. drone strike in Pakistan

Reports emerged a couple of years ago that al-Libi was slain, but they proved to be incorrect.

Al Qaeda's leadership has been so thinned by the U.S. drone campaign in Pakistan that these men were the only two real leaders of the organization left, U.S. counterterrorism officials said, according to CNN Security Analyst Peter Bergen. Al Qaeda offshoots in other parts of the world, such as the group's affiliate in Yemen, have meanwhile become more potent and worrisome to the United States.

An Islamic scholar and high-ranking member of the group, al-Libi frequently appeared in Internet videos. He gave many videotaped speeches praising al Qaeda leaders, urging resistance and trying to recruit new members.

"Al-Libi is a key motivator in the global jihadi movement and his messages convey a clear threat to U.S. persons or property worldwide," said a "Wanted" statement posted on the website of the U.S. State Department's "Rewards for Justice" program, which offers rewards for information about suspected terrorists.

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"Al-Libi is believed to be in hiding in Afghanistan or Pakistan," said the website, which offered a reward of up to $1 million for the 49-year-old Libyan.

Al-Libi purportedly was among al Qaeda leaders working in Libya since last year to establish a presence there.

In a video message to fellow Libyans distributed on jihadist forums in December, al-Libi said, "At this crossroads you have found yourselves: You either choose a secular regime that pleases the greedy crocodiles of the West and for them to use it as a means to fulfill their goals, or you take a strong position and establish the religion of Allah."

Al-Libi was captured in 2002 and imprisoned at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, according to the U.S. government, but he escaped in 2005.

Al Qaeda's most wanted

In 2008, a statement posted on radical Islamic websites known to carry messages from al Qaeda described how four "military leaders" including al-Libi escaped from the prison, but the statement said then that one of the escapees, Abu Abdallah al-Shami, had been killed in a U.S. airstrike.

The statement said that among those escaping with al-Shami was key al Qaeda figure Omar al-Faruq, who died in a British airstrike after the escape.

Another escapee, Abu Nasir al-Qahtani, was captured in Afghanistan in 2006. Al-Shami's death left al-Libi as the only remaining member of that escape who had not been killed or captured.

President Barack Obama's administration recently justified its use of unmanned drones to target suspected terrorists overseas in a rare public statement, with John Brennan, the president's top counterterrorism adviser, saying the strikes are conducted "in full accordance with the law."

The program uses unmanned aerial vehicles, often equipped with Hellfire missiles, to target suspected terrorists in remote locations overseas, with many such strikes occurring in Yemen and Pakistan, despite some internal opposition within the latter country.

Brennan said the United States "respects national sovereignty and international law" and is guided by the laws of war in ordering those attacks.

The Pakistani border area is widely believed to be the operating base for the Haqqani network and other militant groups that have attacked international troops in neighboring Afghanistan.
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Re: Abu Yahya al-Libi Orang ke 2 Al Qaeda Tewas Kena Drone

Postby snipey » Wed Jun 06, 2012 10:20 am

Drone atau pesawat terbang tak berawak sekarang ini menjadi alat kesayangan pemerintah AS utk melacak dan menghukum target-target tertentu.

Suatu kerjasama yg aneh antara CIA (badan sipil, sbg analis dan penyedia info) dan Angkatan Udara AS (militer, sebagai
operator dan penyedia jasa drone) menghasilkan sukses demi sukses dalam memperoleh data target dan eksekusi
thd target.

Penggunaan drone sangat menghemat sumber daya manusia, jumlah tentara AS yg menjadi korban
dalam operasi-operasi khusus menjadi berkurang jauh.

Salah satu korban drone yg juga petinggi Al-Qaeda ialah Anwar al Awlaki, tewas saat kendaraannya dihajar
oleh rudal HELLFIRE (=Api Neraka) yg dilepaskan oleh dua drone Predator (al Jawf, Yaman Utara 30 Sep 2011)

Saya rasa bukan kebetulan kalau rudal Api Neraka ini banyak menewaskan muslim-muslim yg suka menjahili sesama manusia. Alam nan bijaksana sdh bersabda. \:D/
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Re: Abu Yahya al-Libi Orang ke 2 Al Qaeda Tewas Kena Drone

Postby Aku-Suka-Hujan » Thu Jun 07, 2012 12:17 am

Yup seperti kata Obama: "You never know when it come."

Pesawat kecil tak berawak, suara jetnya ga kenceng2 banget, baru kedengaran kalau udah jarak beberapa kilo. dan rudalnya itu loh... HELLFIRE, nama yang sangat pantas....
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Re: Abu Yahya al-Libi Orang ke 2 Al Qaeda Tewas Kena Drone

Postby Kaperarezoo » Thu Jun 07, 2012 4:47 am

kalau nglawan orang pinter ya gini... Iran aja kalang kabut di kasih virus flame oleh Usa sama Israel...

Kok belum ada yang bahas ya mengenai serangan virus ini?
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Re: Abu Yahya al-Libi Orang ke 2 Al Qaeda Tewas Kena Drone

Postby Kaperarezoo » Thu Jun 07, 2012 4:50 am

Masih untung dinamain drone, coba kalu dinamain jibril angel, atau pig from heaven, atau jews love, bisa2 tambah stress tuh gembong alkaeda..
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Re: Abu Yahya al-Libi Orang ke 2 Al Qaeda Tewas Kena Drone

Postby Bob Marley » Thu Jun 07, 2012 12:28 pm

Virus flame ini sangat sakti Kaspersky bilang kalo virus itu dah lima tahun beredah di Iran, liat aja Israel berani banget hajar iran, bukan apa apa semua data data militer sudah dipegang..lebih menakutkan flame dibanding drone buat negara negara iblis itu.
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Re: Abu Yahya al-Libi Orang ke 2 Al Qaeda Tewas Kena Drone

Postby 1234567890 » Thu Jun 07, 2012 3:52 pm

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/06/ ... B820120606

saudaranya bomber yang mati dibom drone ngambek2x ....

munafik sekali muslim ini ......
kalau saudaranya ngebom ga apa apa yah ?
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Re: Abu Yahya al-Libi Orang ke 2 Al Qaeda Tewas Kena Drone

Postby walet » Thu Jun 07, 2012 4:11 pm

Bob Marley wrote:Virus flame ini sangat sakti Kaspersky bilang kalo virus itu dah lima tahun beredah di Iran, liat aja Israel berani banget hajar iran, bukan apa apa semua data data militer sudah dipegang..lebih menakutkan flame dibanding drone buat negara negara iblis itu.


Dengan dana triliunan rupiah tidak mungkin hanya satu virus saja, pasti puluhan bahkan ratusan varian.
Mungkin corenya sama, tp teknik stealthnya pasti berubah.
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