At night, temperatures here fall below the freezing point.
They're going public, ... They're saying, 'We're having this war against the United States.'.
In a final e-mail (she said): 'We're helping lots of kids with medical care' -- this is on the day that Marla died -- 'This place continues to break my heart. Need to get out of here, but it's hard.'.
Saddam Hussein was put on notice that he can't do those type of things.
One meeting does not make a conspiracy. Saddam Hussein does not engage in these types of acts.
There is clearly a lot of anti-American sentiment in Pakistan, less so in Afghanistan, but I think that this will feed into it.
It's extraordinary that the chain of custody of these tapes has not been traced back. After all, they're releasing these tapes very frequently, on average once every six weeks, yet it seems that American intelligence agencies or other intelligence agencies are not capable of tracing back the source of these tapes.
After all, the chain of custody of these tapes is the one way to find bin Laden. He obviously feels secure enough that he can release a number of these tapes.
We're paying some kind of 'fear premium' for the price of oil right now.
We can talk about the money, but what does the money really mean? We're dealing with someone who has the ability to convince people to be martyrs.
He communicates by satellite phone, even though Afghanistan in some levels is back in the Middle Ages and a country that barely functions.
The most obvious meaning of the tape is that bin Laden is still alive.
In Islamist jurisprudence you warn enemies before you attack them. It is typical behavior.
Most governments around the Muslim world are falling over themselves to co-operate with the US in the war on terrorism.
The guy is not gonna die of natural causes. He never had kidney disease. If you want to kill him, you'll have to find him. He's in Pakistan.
These numbers suggest that bringing bin Laden to justice would be a key psychological victory in the war on terrorism.