How Are Things in Afghanistan?
Apparently, we can ask al-Qaeda. Their military chief in Afghanistan, who was really bummed in March, is far more optimistic this July. Lots of new fighters, the India Embassy bombing, and the temerity to invite a Pakistani television news crew to his undisclosed location for an interview.
Their concerns include plans by America to put a military base in every Muslim country, Israel, and Muslims who work with apostate regimes. Americans will not be distinguished from the American government, he says, because they were foolish enough to vote for Bush a second time.