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U.S. Should Explore al-Qaida Treaty Concept


By James Donahue

Jan. 19, 2006


If the Bush Administration is scrambling this winter for a way to put the brakes on the Iraq insanity, perhaps the latest message from the al-Qaida network has offered a way out.


A message, purportedly made by none other than Osama bin Laden, was aired on Al-Jazerra Thursday warning of new attacks on the United States, but also offering a truce, if U.S. authorities want to consider it.


“We do not mind offering you a long-term truce with fair conditions that we adhere to,” the speaker said. “We are a nation that God has forbidden to lie and cheat. So both sides can enjoy security and stability under this truce so we can build Iraq and Afghanistan, which have been destroyed in this war.”


He also said: “There is no shame in this solution, which prevents the wasting of billions of dollars that have gone to those with influence and merchants of war in America.”


The immediate White House response was a flat rejection of the truce offer. “We do not negotiate with terrorists,” said media spokesman Scott McClellan. “We put them out of business. We must not stop until they are defeated.”


The problem with defeating Osama bin Laden is that we seem to have diverted our efforts from the al-Qaida, known to be operating in Afghanistan and at the Pakistan border, and attacked Iraq for obscure reasons that the Bush Administration has attempted to link to America’s war on terror.


Our very presence as occupants of that nation now under siege has created a growing band of insurgents, otherwise known as guerilla fighters, who appear to be growing in numbers, have gained links to al-Qaida, and are willing to conduct deadly suicide bomb assaults on Americans and American allies. They have successfully brought attempts by the United States to gain control of Iraqi oil deposits to a screaming halt.


What is worse, over 2,000 U.S. troops have died and over 30,000 Iraqi men, women and children have perished in the two years that we have bombed and battled our way back and across that hot desert landscape. Americans are getting tired of the war, they are sick of watching their sons and daughters come home in body bags, and they are beginning to express their discontent at the polls.


While George W. Bush may not be bright enough to know when the cards are beginning to be stacked against him, some of his top Republican aides probably are. And it would be our guess that there is some heavy discussions raging in back rooms in and around Washington over the bin Laden truce offer.


If they aren’t considering it, they should be.


The alternative to making peace with al-Qaida could be very bleak, according to Psychic and Prophet Aaron C. Donahue who notes that the next attack he sees on the United States may be much worse than 9-11.


Donahue has refused to talk publicly about this attack, however, and he has been keeping mum about a series of dark events that he sees ahead for the United States and the world in 2006. He was prevented from presenting his predictions on the New Years night Coast to Coast radio talk show by Christian host George Noory and one week later from Cincinnati radio talk show host Scott Sloan.


Donahue warns that the Bush Administration is unable to win this battle against the wits of the al-Qaida because Americans are spiritually blind. They have not yet figured out that they are fighting a spiritual war and still think of it as a physical battle within the borders of a country, or a region.


The Islamic people have a third eye open, Donahue once explained. No matter how good American defenses are, the terrorists will know the right moment to strike when we are not looking.


In his latest message, bin Laden warned that another attack on the United States is planned if we do not accept the treaty offer. He said the delay since 9-11 “is not because of the failure to penetrate security measures taken,” the voice on the tape said. “These operations are being prepared and you will see them in your heartland when they are ready.”


It is our opinion that the Bush Administration should not pass this chance to make peace with al-Qaida and stop the bloodshed if it is at all possible. There is a deep, yet unexplained reason why this Islamic group brought such a severe attack on America four years ago, It might be worth sitting down with these men and simply asking why?


The answer to that question might be more profound than most people realize.



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