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Can anyone tell me where do the terroritsts get rocket-propelled grenades, land-mines, and other firearms? Do they have secret mines, factories, distribution centers in the caves? Or do the dealers from Western Countries, the USA included, make millions by selling them to the terrorists? After some 8 years, there's obviously a steady supply of arms, none of them manufactured by Al-Qaeda. 

Wouldn't it be better, easier, more convenient, much less costly, with a much, much smaller loss of lives, to prosecute those manufacturers and dealers, suppliers,  who sell those arms, than to keep running after Al-Qaeda in the barren hills of Afganistan and Pakistan?

And if not, why not?

 

PS. Taken from the Internet today:

Since 1992, the United States has exported more than $142 billion dollars worth of weaponry to states around the world.[1] The U.S. dominates this international arms market, supplying just under half of all arms exports in 2001, roughly two and a half times more than the second and third largest suppliers. [2 ] U.S. weapons sales help outfit non-democratic regimes, soldiers who commit gross human rights abuses against their citizens and citizens of other countries, and forces in unstable regions on the verge of, in the middle of, or recovering from conflict. 

">http://www.fas.org/asmp/fast_facts_citations.htm#1">1] The U.S. dominates this international arms market, supplying just under half of all arms exports in 2001, roughly two and a half times more than the second and third largest suppliers. [2 ] U.S. weapons sales help outfit non-democratic regimes, soldiers who commit gross human rights abuses against their citizens and citizens of other countries, and forces in unstable regions on the verge of, in the middle of, or recovering from conflict. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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