Al Qaeda Struck by Bubonic Plague

Discussion in 'Conspiracy' started by Rudenoodle, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. Rudenoodle

    Rudenoodle Minister of propaganda Lifetime Supporter

    "At least 40 al-Qaeda fanatics died horribly after being struck down with the disease that devastated Europe in the Middle Ages.

    Bubonic plague swept through insurgents training at a forest camp in Algeria, North Africa. It came to light when security forces found a body by a roadside. The victim was a terrorist in AQLIM, the largest and most powerful al-Qaeda group outside the Middle East."

    Did a Government find a medieval solution for a medieval ideology?
  2. HushBull

    HushBull Insuperior

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