Thursday, February 14, 2008

Imad Mughniyeh ~ A Bit of Evil Expires

Hezbollah Co-Founder, Terrorist and Mastermind of the Murder of Innocents
has lost his life to a car bomb in Damascus, Syria.
A bit of evil has been eliminated from the world.
Mughniyeh was responisible for the death of many Americans,
and was on the FBI's most wanted list for almost 25 years.

A recap of some of the American losses caused by this evil scum:

April 18, 1983 - 18 americans murdered
September 20, 1984 - 2 soldiers murdered

October 23, 1983 - 220 Marines, 18 Sailors, 3 Soldiers murdered
58 French Soldiers Murdered

June 15, 1985 - Beaten and Murdered
Body thrown out of hijacked plane.

Terry A Anderson
Held Hostage and Tortured - March 16, 1985 - December 14, 1991
Several hostages were held - 3 were murdered

Mughniyeh was believed to have directed a group that held Westerners hostage in Lebanon. Among them was journalist Terry Anderson, a former Associated Press chief Middle East correspondent who was held captive for six years.

"I can't say I'm either surprised or sad," Andersen told the AP by phone from the Caribbean island of St. Lucia, where he was sailing. "He was not a good man - certainly the primary actor in my kidnapping and many others," he added. "To hear that his career has finally ended is a good thing and it's appropriate that he goes up in a car bomb."

"Our war on terrorism began on 9/11,
but the terrorists war on the United States began a long time ago."

- Patrick Hayes


Sarge Charlie said...

There is a special place in hell for this bastard, and I do not think there will be any virgins around.

American said...

Good riddance! Keep up the great work....

Buck said...

What was that the State Department guy said (in a news conference I saw on the day this bastard's death was announced)? Something along the lines of "The world is a better place now that this guy is gone"?

I may not have the quote right, but I share the sentiment. If you'll pardon my troglodyte side, I think it's too damned bad he didn't go out the way a few of his victims did, i.e., very slowly and agonizingly. I'm thinking about Beirut CIA station chief William Buckley, specifically.

But Hey! You can't have it all. Good riddance.

CopTheTruth said...

Save some room, buddy, you're going to have lots of company....

Wade Huntsinger said...

Ditto to everyone

Cajun Tiger said...

A part of me hopes it was by western/Israel hands and not a rival Islamic group so at least we got some justice.

Anonymous said...

Muslims Against Sharia congratulate the organization responsible for elimination of terrorist Imad Mugniyeh on a job well done!