Monday, September 19, 2005

Terrorist Recruiting

There is a constant drone that our actions in Iraq and elsewhere have actually increased the number of terrorist worldwide. This assertion has only been challenged by the facts.
A suicide bomber captured before he could blow himself up in a Shiite mosque claimed he was kidnapped, beaten and drugged by insurgents who forced him to take on the mission. The U.S. military said its medical tests indicated the man was telling the truth.

Mohammed Ali, who claimed to be Saudi-born and appeared to be in his 20s, said he managed to flee after another suicide attacker set off his bomb, killing at least 12 worshippers Friday as they left a mosque in the northern city of Tuz Khormato.

In confession broadcast on state television later that day, Ali told Iraqi interrogators he did not want to bomb the mosque and hoped to go home.

Results from medical tests on Ali were "consistent with his story and characterization of his treatment," Col. Billy J. Buckner, a U.S. military spokesman said Sunday.


It could be a cover story after being caught but the attitude doesn't fit. Most terrorist remain defiant even after being caught.

It appears that terrorist organizations are growing desperate. Why else use such recruitment tactics?

For those who continue to claim that terrorist recruiment is on the rise, may we please see the data?

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