Al-Qaeda deputy 'mocks Bush plan'
BBC | January 22, 2007
Comment: Just magically as Bush's 33 Percent approval rating is the lowest since Nixon for a President entering the State of the Union speech , and just magically as a top military Republican is to introduce an anti-surge resolution , up pops the known intelligence asset al-Zawahiri, AGAIN.
Al-Qaeda's deputy leader has mocked US President George W Bush's plan to increase Iraq troop numbers in a video message, according to a US website.
In the tape, apparently intercepted by US-based terrorism think-tank Site, Ayman al-Zawahiri challenged Mr Bush to send "the entire army" to Iraq.
The Iraqi insurgents would "bury 10 armies like yours", he said.
Earlier this month, Mr Bush announced the deployment of over 20,000 more troops in a bid to end the violence.
“Why send 20,000 only, why not send 50 or 100 thousand?" al-Zawahiri asks in a video intercepted by SITE Institute. "Aren't you aware that the dogs of Iraq are pining for your troops' dead bodies?”
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