Joe Biden States How Justice Had Been Delivered On al-Zawahri

Joe Biden

On Monday night at a White House speech, Joe Biden made a statement.

A U.S. airstrike in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, on Saturday night claimed the life of Ayman al-Zawahri, the commander of al-Qaida who succeeded Osama bin Laden as the group’s leader in 2011.

The Egyptian-born Muslim fundamentalist, a trained surgeon, “carved a path of violence and murder against American civilians, American service personnel, American envoys and American interests,” Joe Biden said, calling him a “hateful and determined murderer” who was directly involved in the planning of September 11, 2001, attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Towers. 

Joe Biden’s Words On The Death Of al-Zawahri

Al-Zawahri was among the top ten terrorists sought by the FBI. The al-Qaida chief and his wife were living in a safe home run by the Taliban when a CIA drone launched two Hellfire missiles onto the balcony, killing them.

In his remarks, Joe Biden declared, “Now, justice is served. And so this terrorist head has left the scene. It’s thought that no one else perished in the attack.

According to a senior government official, Joe Biden received his first briefing on al-whereabouts Zawahri’s on July 1. Biden, according to the person, was “immersed in intellect,” curious about the structure of the hideout and how an attack might affect its occupants as well as neighboring people. Meanwhile, administration lawyers concluded that al-Zawahri was a “lawful target. According to the senior administration official, data “continued to improve daily.

Finally, on July 25, when he was still in COVID-19 isolation, Biden received a briefing. He authorized the strike after seeking the advice of his senior national security officials. When Osama bin Laden was killed in a daring Navy SEALs assault in Abbottabad, Pakistan, that was authorized by former president Obama, Biden served as vice president. Now that al-Qaida has been defeated, Biden may claim a comparable accomplishment.