December 22, 2009
Airstrikes expand war on terror to Yemen

Yemen may be on the verge of becoming the world’s next failed state and a regional al-Qaeda base.

Recently, the U.S. is said to have provided support for an airstrike against al-Qaeda members inside Yemen that reportedly killed civilians. Admiral Mike Mullen applauded the effort, saying he has concerns about Yemen becoming a safe haven for terrorists.

Juan Carlos Zarate, a senior adviser on terrorism at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, joins Edie Magnus to discuss the Obama administration’s strategy in Yemen and beyond.

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4 comments

#4

What’s a few civilians here & there & there & there & there ……………

#3

Does the USA really need to make more enemies by continuously expanding an unwinnable conflict?

#2

jerome u ar riqht bro this war is not against al qaeda this is against all muslims and i am sure this will cause worldwar 3 bos american presedent what decision he whant to he asks protestant church leader and he do what they tell. the other hand if muslims ask their sheikhs they call them al qaeda etc.reality speaking americans whant to impose by force their ideology and so called democracy which based on their culture and their believe and i see that something imposable when u look islamic culture that i grow up.

#1

looks like a start to world war III or the end!

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