Source Pravda.Ru

Donald Rumsfeld: Al-Qaeda Is Still Alive

It would be a mistake to say it's the end of Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan, said Pentagon chief Donald Rumsfeld. The Pentagon believes that some of Al-Qaeda militants might have escaped across the border, which means they can come back if necessary, noted Rumsfeld. Although Al-Qaeda cannot function properly in Afghanistan and its militants have scattered in all directions and cannot communicate with each other, the majority of them act like fanatics, and I have a feeling we are yet to hear of them, he stressed.

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