Sympathy for Al Qaeda Surges in Pakistan
AP: DAMADOLA, Pakistan – Sympathy for al-Qaida has surged after a U.S. airstrike devastated this remote mountain hamlet in a region sometimes as hostile toward the Pakistani government as it is to the United States.
A week after the attack, villagers insist no members of the terror network were anywhere near the border village when it was hit. But thousands of protesters flooded a nearby town chanting, “Long Live Osama bin Laden!” | story
The really scary thing: Look at how young some of the protesters are.