Al-Qaida in Yemen offers bounty for U.S. ambassador

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    Herve Nmn L'Eisa

    Gerald M. Feierstein, the U.S. ambassador to Yemen. has been a CIA operative since before he joined the State Dept in 1975, so it should come as no surprise that he has been targeted by Al Quaida. How many times does interventionism has to be proven as the cause of radical blowback? Does anyone actually believe the drone strikes DON'T create more hatred of USA and endanger MORE Americans?

  • -1

    lostrune2

    Simple. Just put a $50,000 bounty on any of the Al-Qaeda heads. Let's see how many double-agents that makes, hahaha!

  • 0

    SuperLib

    They have to pay their people to kill nowadays?

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