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Will the terrorists attack again on U.S. soil during President Obamba's term?

06/16/10 | by the professor [mail] | Categories: Uncategorized

Of course they will; and here's why!

The terrorists linked with Islamic radicals generally subsumed under the heading of al Qaida have been winning our war on terrorism and their war against anyone who would resist their goal of nothing less than world domination.

So when and where will they attack again? Here it's anyone's guess. They will strike where they have opportunity to make the biggest impact on the American and world psyche. It could be big; it could be small; it really makes little difference. All the terrorists need to demonstrate is that they have the will and the means to strike, unexpectedly on American soil. And of course they need the media to amplify and to disseminate their message of terror.

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