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Washington: There are no al-Qaeda only two

Officials at the CIA that the unmanned aircraft strikes and special operations forces spent most of the leaders of al Qaeda, and it seems that the only survivors are Ayman al-Zawahiri and Abu Yahya al-Libi.
The Daily Telegraph that this optimistic report by the American counter-intelligence officials told the Washington Post, was accompanied by a warning that the groups that tempted an al Qaeda will threaten the West for years to come.
The newspaper pointed out that U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta said on the eve of the assassination of bin Laden's al Qaeda's defeat in the hand and expressed his surprise at the rapid demise of the organization.
A U.S. official said "We we abolish the effectiveness of the organization that hit us on September 11 / September" and claimed that he had not left any official of a world-class belongs to the group that was ten years ago.
The newspaper quoted the official as saying that the series of victories, including the assassination of the Yemeni American-born Anwar al-Awlaki in September / September, does not mean that the United States would ease the drone strikes, pointing to the rapid regrouping of al-Qaeda after 2001.
The paper quoted another source as saying, "This is not the time in which relieve the pressure, we had a chance to overthrow, and relieve the pressure will allow them to capture their breath again."

Source: The Daily Telegraph

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