I remarked the other day that the best sign that the Democrats were in serious trouble, was that they were fighting amongst themselves. Maggie Michael at AP, passes along that AlQaida is doing the same:
CAIRO, Egypt -(AP)-  sympathizers have unleashed a torrent of anger against Al-Jazeera television, accusing it of misrepresenting ‘s latest audiotape by airing excerpts in which he criticizes mistakes by insurgents in Iraq.
Users of a leading Islamic militant Web forum posted thousands of insults against the pan-Arab station for focusing on excerpts in which bin Laden criticizes insurgents, including his followers.
Analysts said the reaction highlighted militants’ surprise at bin Laden’s words, and their dismay at the deep divisions among al-Qaida and other Iraqi militants that he appeared to be trying to heal.
“It’s not about Al-Jazeera, it’s about their shock from bin Laden,” said Diaa Rashwan, an Egyptian expert on Islamic militant groups. “For the first time, bin Laden, who used to be the spiritual leader who gives guidance, became a critic ofand is confessing mistakes. This is unusual.”
Personally, I find this spectacle very satisfying, indeed. They’re losing. They know it. They’re looking around for some place to point the finger of blame.