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The Country Reports on Terrorism 2011 issued by the State Department hailed the killing of bin Laden, the founder and sole leader of the terrorist group for 22 years, calling it an event that “highlighted a landmark year in the global effort to counter terrorism.”
The report noted other killings of top terrorists such as Atiya Abdul Rahman, al-Qaeda’s second-in-command, who was taken out not long after bin Laden’s death. The State Department said that as a result the terrorist network is “on a path of decline that will be difficult to reverse.”
According to several U.S. government anti-terrorism officials, the report is aimed at bolstering President Barack Obama’s image as the nation’s Commander in Chief.
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