[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/POLITICS/01/23/gitmo.detainee/art.gitmo.filer.gi.jpg caption= "The Defense Department estimates that more than 60 terrorists released from Guantanamo may have returned to the battlefield."]
President Barack Obama is making it clear Afghanistan and Pakistan will be getting more attention under his watch.
The prime example: 17 people were killed today in two CIA missile strikes in the tribal region of Pakistan.
Simply put, Mr. Obama isn't messing around.
But America's enemies aren't keeping a low profile.
al Qaeda has released a new video. It's message this time: "We told you so." The video shows former Gitmo prisoner 372. The deadly attack on the U.S. Embassy in Yemen happened a year-and-a-half after he was released from the U.S. prison in Cuba. The U.S. is certain he was the mastermind of the attack. Now that Pres. Obama is pushing for the closure of Gitmo will all the freed prisoners return to the battlefield? Is all this talk of "Jihadi Rehabilitation" just garbage? We'll talk it over with CNN National Security Analyst Peter Bergen.
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