Wednesday, October 18, 2006
public witness, ain't seein too much:
My man Eli does it again. This time, the best right-of-center national-security journo in the Game obtains an al-Qaeda document outlining their wacky misperceptions of U.S. intelligence capabilities. It turns out that they believe South Korean intelligence has a powerful influence over U.S. foreign policy via The Washington Times.

By the way, not to toot my own horn: Eli mentions another document, by an Qaeda theoretician named Abu Musab al-Suri. I'll have more on that -- way more -- soon, insh'allah.
--Spencer Ackerman
Huh, a Fugazi reference! Neat.
Blogger Matt | 6:14 PM

does Suri = Setmarian Nasr?
Blogger Katherine | 9:21 PM

indeed. Mustafa Setmariam Nasr.
Blogger spencerackerman | 2:20 PM