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Analysis: Threat will outlive Al-Zarqawi

The killing of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi deprives Islamic terrorism of one of its most high-profile and violent poster boys. But it leaves largely intact the threat of attacks from small, independent cells — the “100 bin Ladens” that Egypt’s president once said could be spawned by the U.S.-led war on terrorism. Once they absorb the psychological blow of his death, al-Zarqawi’s followers and other militants outside of Iraq not directly associated with him could regroup and continue with their bomb plots and killings. Full Story

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