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Ron Paul is questioning why President Obama and the CIA took out Anwar al-Awalaki, simply because he was an American citizen. Apparently, Mr. Paul, GOP Presidential runner, never...
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FBI, security officials warn of possible retaliation over al-Awlaki killing

US officials are warning the killing of American-born militant cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, the face of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, could spark retaliatory attacks, according to a bulletin obtained by CNN. The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security issued a joint bulletin late Friday that warned supporters might seek to portray al-Awlaki as a martyr in a supposed US war against Islam. It said the deaths "could provide motivation for homeland attacks" by "homegrown violent extremists," the type the two men allegedly tried to recruit or inspire. A similar bulletin was issued following the killing of Osama bin Laden. The latest bulletin came the same day officials said al-Awlaki -- an American whose fluency with English and technology made him a top terrorist recruiter -- was killed in a US drone strike in Yemen. Meanwhile, the chief of the UN team responsible for monitoring al Qaeda activities said he was keeping an eye on the reaction to the killing in Yemen and what it could mean for the impoverished country. Yemen has been wracked by political and social unrest as protesters call for the end of President Ali Abdullah Saleh's rule, a crisis that has allowed al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula to gain a foothold in the southern part of the country. Saleh has resisted calls to step down, saying the country would fall into the hands of terrorists and militants if he relinquished control. The cleric was under the protection of his family's large and powerful al-Awlaki <b>...</b>
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