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Jul 21, 2011

Terror Al-Qaeda Threatens U.S.

Washington DC: Department of Homeland Security United States (DHS) sent a warning about the threat of international terror network al-Qaeda terrorists. In the warning mentioned al-Qaeda planned to attack a variety of facilities such as refineries and chemical plants.

As reported by AFP on Thursday (21 / 7), some points which became the target of al-Qaeda has also been enhanced safety. The warning came after a report from ABC News mentions Al-Qaeda will attack to avenge the deaths of their leader, Osama bin Laden or Osama bin Laden.

In fact, ABC News to preach also, al-Qaeda plans to launch a larger attack again to celebrate a decade of events the collapse of the twin towers of the World Trade Center, New York, which fell on 11 September.

"The only way to be able to wipe out Americans is through the infrastructure that has been carefully calculated by bin Laden. According to reliable reports, we have high confidence they will attack the infrastructure, information systems as well as various U.S. facilities," said former chief of staff for DHS , Chad Sweet.