US drones strike jihadists in Pakistan and the faked death of Osama bin Laden

Pakistan has been a fickle friend if a friend at all to the U.S. during the current wars in the Middle East.

The U.S. Narrative appears to be just another false one fed by the U.S. to its citizens and the world.


Images of dead Osama bin Laden, not provided by SEAL TEAM VI, DEVGRU, Courtesy of PhotoShop

Why would SEAL TEAM VI have killed him when he could have provided a huge boost of intelligence to CIA interrogators.

Why was Osama’s body said to have been buried at sea when it is not a custom covered by Islamic teaching? (Source)


Why did the U.S. destroy all records and real-time footage from helmet cams worn by the special operators? (Source)      (Additional Source)

All photos were alleged to have been turned over to the CIA as they demanded.

Hey Obama was commander-in-chief, he thought he needed to spike to football to insure a second term in office.

When the President of the United States gives an order it’s followed by the military less one or more flag officers be relegated to Obama’s dust bin of history of those who disagreed with him. (Source)

The home to al-Qaeda Pakistani’s kept silent as the old tired out Osama bin Laden allegedly was hiding in a compound in plain sight in Islamabad. 


The Long War Journal

By Bill Roggio

September 16, 2017


The US targeted jihadists based in Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Agencies earlier today in the first recorded drone strike in the country since mid-June.


The US is likely to step up strikes in Pakistan after President Trump accused Pakistan of harboring and supporting jihadist groups last month.

The strike was confirmed by Baseer Khan Wazir, the senior government official for the Kurram agency, where today’s strike took place, Reuters reported.

According to Wazir, two drones fired a pair of missiles at the home of Maulavi Mohib and killed three people.


The exact target of today’s strike has not been disclosed.

The US government has not commented on the operation, and jihadists based in Pakistan have not confirmed the death of any senior or mid-level operatives or leaders.

Today’s airstrike is the first recorded since an attack on June 14, in which the US killed Abu Bakar Haqqani and two close aides in a strike on a compound in the district of Hangu in the northeastern province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.


Abu Bakar was a leader in the Haqqani Network, which is an integral part of the Taliban, and is closely allied with both al Qaeda and Pakistan’s Inter-Service Intelligence Directorate. The network’s leader, Sirajuddin Haqqani, is also one of two deputy emirs of the Afghan Taliban.

Haqqani Network leadership has been targeted numerous times during the US drone campaign in Pakistan, which began in 2004 but was ramped up in 2008 under President George W. Bush. The US has killed 13 Haqqani Commanders, according to data compiled by FDD’s Long War Journal. Among those killed were Badruddin Haqqani, Sirajuddin’s brother and a top deputy; Jan Baz Zadran, the group’s third in command; Mullah Sangeen Zadran, a senior military commander who was the Taliban’s shadow governor of Paktika; and Abdullah Haqqani, who coordinated and trained the group’s suicide bombers.

Fifth strike reported in Pakistan this year

Today’s strike in Kurram is the fifth of its kind reported in Pakistan this year. It is also only the fifth since the US killed Afghan Taliban emir Mullah Akhtar Muhammad Mansour in an airstrike in Baluchistan province in May 2016.

In a May 24 airstrike, the US killed “Abdullah,” who was identified by the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan as “a great master in electronics.” Abdullah was associated with Akhtar Muhammad Khalil, the Taliban’s emir for North Waziristan.

On March 2, US drones reportedly killed two jihadists as they rode on a motorcycle in the tribal agency of Kurram. An Afghan Taliban commander known as Qari Abdullah Subari is believed to have been killed in the strike, according to Reuters. And on Apr. 29, US drones reportedly killed al Qaeda commander Abdul Raheem.

Drone strikes in Pakistan have tapered off significantly since the peak of operations against al Qaeda’s leadership and allied jihadist groups in 2010, when 117 strikes were recorded. In 2015, the US launched only 11 drone attacks. In 2016, there were only three more, including the one targeting Mansour in May 2016, which was the final one for the year, the last of President Obama’s second term.

Bill Roggio is a Senior Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and the Editor of FDD’s Long War Journal.




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6 Responses to US drones strike jihadists in Pakistan and the faked death of Osama bin Laden

  1. Pamela says:

    I knew the night Obama went on television to announce that “We’ve killed Bin Ladin” that he was telling a lie bigger and fatter than Michael Moore’s mouth! I guess Donald Trump’s investigators had really hit pay dirt (he was trying to find out the truth behind Obama’s fake birth certificate information at the time) and the desperate and disingenuous slum lords of the Capitol Hill trailer park had to come up with something fast to fool the American people into believing Obama was actually serious, at least the ones who religiously watch CNN or MSNBC on a regular basis.
    The truth of the matter is, I clearly remember it was not too long after 9/11 (may be 2002 or 2003?) an evening news broadcast reported that Osama Bin Ladin was dead. He had succumbed to either liver or kidney failure or may be it was cancer. I cannot remember the exact cause, but, I remember
    watching the news report! I also remember a few years later, in 2005, an ABC News profile of a young upstart being promoted by the Democratic Party whom the news reporter introduced as “the son of a mother from Kansas and a father from Kenya” none other than future President Barack Hussein Obama!


  2. joekano76 says:

    Reblogged this on Floating-voter.


  3. Dave the Differentiator says:

    Good News! Now America needs to get back on track and execute more than 100 Drone strikes as soon as possible. Time to kill any and all ISIS members and Taliban members. After all, that is what WAR is all about – killing the enemy.

    For those of you who are weak willed and believe that there is another solution to stopping these radical Muslims (all Muslims are radical by definition) please read the Quran. ALL Muslims must accept the Jihad to kill Infidels (us folks) so that is why we are at WAR with Islam.

    I am convinced Obama was and remains a Muslim so his orders need to be altered to recognize the WAR.

    Trump needs to stop all foreign aid to Afghanistan as well. Either the good leaders of Afghanistan provide assistance to America or suffer.


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