Sunday, January 30, 2011

March 31, 2003 Egypt's Mubarak Warns '100 Bin Ladens'

Mubarak should have bailed out in 2003. It's Mubarak sticking around that's caused the damage. Time for the US to quit jumping when the likes of Mubarak play the Muslim Brotherhood card on us.
Egypt's president said he could not stop U.S.-led warships from crossing the Suez Canal toward Iraq, and warned a drawn out war would lead to increased Islamic militancy throughout the world.

"If there is one (Osama) bin Laden now, there will be 100 bin Ladens afterward," Hosni Mubarak said in reference to the al Qaeda terror network leader during a speech to army commanders in the city of Suez, some 80 miles east of the capital, Cairo.

Mubarak also warned that the war would have "catastrophic" effects on global economic, political and humanitarian conditions and that all Mideast states, including Israel, should be free of weapons of mass destruction.

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