Ayman al-Zawahiri’s passing is verification it is feasible to uncover psychological oppression without being at war: Barack Obama
The killing of al-Qaeda Leader Zawahiri is confirmation that it is feasible to uncover illegal intimidation without being at war, previous U. S. President Barack Obama has said, hailing the Biden organization for bringing one of the brains of the 9/11 assaults to equity without a solitary nonmilitary personnel setback.
Zawahiri, who expected the initiative of al-Qaeda after the demise of Osama container Laden, was killed in an accurate drone strike on Saturday night at a protected house in Kabul .
Where he was shielding to rejoin his family, U. S. President Joe Biden said on Monday, pronouncing that “equity has been conveyed and this psychological militant is no more”.
According to officials, Zawahiri, 71, was on the balcony of the safe house when the drone fired two missiles at him.
Other family members were present, but they were unharmed and only Zawahiri was killed.
“Tonight’s news is also proof that it’s possible to root out terrorism without being at war in Afghanistan.
And I hope it provides a small measure of peace to the 9/11 families and everyone else who has suffered at the hands of al-Qaeda,” Mr. Obama said in a tweet.
“More than 20 years after 9/11, one of the masterminds of that terrorist attack and bin Laden’s successor as the leader of al-Qaeda has finally been brought to justice,” he said.
“It’s a tribute to President Biden’s leadership, to the members of the intelligence community who have been working for decades for this moment, and to the counterterrorism professionals who were able to take al-Zawahiri out without a single civilian casualty,” Mr. Obama wrote.
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