Pakistan Taleban chief Baitullah Mehsud supposedly died from kidney failure six months ago , but he's coming back from the dead to attack the U.S.??!!
The US says al Qaeda (CIA/MOSSAD) and Taliban (CIA/MOSSAD) militants attacked the World Trade Center in New York in September, 11 2001.
Tue, 31 Mar 2009 21:23:07 GMT
The leader of Taliban in Pakistan has threatened to target the White House, saying that the terrorist attack is aimed to 'amaze' the world.
"Soon we will launch an attack in Washington that will amaze everyone in the world," Baitullah Mehsud told The Associated Press by phone Tuesday, giving no further details.
In his latest comments made during an interview with local Dewa Radio, Tehrik-e-Taliban (TTP) Pakistan leader had referred to the White house as a potential target.
The threat came after US President Barack Obama warned that al-Qaeda is actively planning attacks on the United States from secret havens in Pakistan.
FBI spokesman Richard Kolko said the bureau was not aware of any imminent or specific threat to the US, despite what the Pakistani Taliban commander said.
"He has made similar threats to the US in the past," said Kolko.
This is while former US vice president Dick Cheney had earlier warned that Obama's policies have raised the possibility of another 9/11 attack on the US soil.
Mehsud also claimed responsibility for a fatal attack on a Pakistani police academy in Lahore on Monday, saying that the raid was retaliation for US missile strikes against militants along the Afghan border.
The Pakistani Taliban has links with al-Qaeda and Afghan Taliban militants who have launched attacks against US and NATO forces in Afghanistan from a base in the border region between the two countries.
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