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Saturday, February 25, 2006 

al-Qaeda is back to hot business?

Saudi security forces have foiled an apparent suicide car bomb attack on a major oil production facility in the eastern town of Abqaiq.
The al-Qaeda network on the Arabian Peninsula has long called for attacks on Saudi oil installations. BBC News
Seems like a new wave of al-Qaeda attacks is rising everywhere. For some reason I believe there is a connection between the bombing of the Shia shrine in Iraq and failed attempt to bomb the major Saudi oil facility in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia.

Going back with memory, we find those tapes by dumb and dumber (aka Bin Laden and al-Zawahiri) leaving us with impressions about how they started to sense the danger is closing on them. Looking at the attacks we find them aiming at distracting the US attention and trying to throw Americans into hot spots to urge them to reconsider a possible truce with al-Qaeda and tell the world "We are there, alive and kicking".

Going back to the Shia shrine bombing, I believe Zarqawi and his group are the ones responsible for it. They just try to incite a semi-civil war in Iraq to put the Americans in deep shit as to what to do and how to react. At the same time, Zarqawi can have enough time using the chaos everywhere to prepare for new stronger attacks that might have oil facilities as prospective targets.

As for the attack on the Saudi oil facility, experts say had this attack been successful, it could have halved the Saudi oil production for up to a year. And this of course would throw the world into an oil dilemma as Saudi Arabia is one of the largest oil producers in the world, and of course America will suffer the most as it is the largest oil consumer.

And that way al-Qaeda could have thrown Americans in two burning hells, one in Iraq and one in front of empty gas stations. Such strikes will just not only distract the American attention, but also gives al-Qaeda operatives solid soil to stand upon in the near future.

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