Friday, April 07, 2006

Mission Statement: Abu Musab Zarqawi has apparently been replaced as the head Al Qaeda guy in Iraq in favor of a new terrorist who is actually from that country. Jordanian-born Zarqawi, who hasn't made a public statement in months, has ruffled the feathers of a few Al Qaeda officials with his high-profile kidnappings and beheadings. Because of these "political" mistakes, he is now only in charge of some military actions.

But this is not a demotion, Zarqawi maintains. It's merely a reallocation of resources, or some bureaucratic shuffle.

Elsewhere, 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed describes Osama Bin Laden as a meddling, micromanaging boss. He's one of those managers who doesn't know what he's doing, but won't stop telling you how to do your job.

Looks like Al Qaeda suffers from the same political-sniping, office-drudgery, mundane personality conflicts that the rest of us go through. With any luck, Al Qaeda will soon have an Enron-style collapse, God willing.


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