There's been a rise in Afghan violence, if you haven't noticed. And our troops are about to end it:
Who knows, perhaps Bin Laden will meet his 500 lb. coalition-induced fate.
More than 11,000 coalition troops in Afghanistan, including around 2,200 Canadians, are preparing to launch the largest offensive ever against the Taliban.
The mission will target a group of insurgents thought to be responsible for a recent rise in militant activity in the volatile southern part of the country.
U.S, British and Canadian soldiers will begin the offensive on Thursday, looking to crack down on Taliban fighters in four provinces.