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Topic - Ilyas Al-Kashmiri
President Obama's top counterterrorism official said Thursday that al Qaeda is "an organization in distress" as it reels from the death of founder Osama bin Laden and other top operatives
The U.S.-led war against al Qaeda is relentless and will not end, even if the United States or its allies kill the terrorist group's new leader, Ayman al-Zawahri, the Obama administration's top counterterrorism official said on Wednesday.
"And as far as I'm concerned, if they're worried about their security, that just enhances our security because they have less time to plot and scheme," he said.