President Bush says U-S enemies will not rest during the Muslim holiday Ramadan and neither will U-S military forces fighting terrorism in Afghanistan.
The president told reporters at the White House Friday he will let the military make the binding decisions on the bombing campaign.
But he said his personal view is that the enemies of the United States will not rest when Ramadan begins later this month.
Speaking during an appearance with the president of Nigeria, the president said the United States is "on the hunt" in the war on terrorism and will pursue that war until Washington's objectives are met.
The president said he is satisfied with the U-S military campaign. He said the American people understand the struggle will be a long one and is not -- in his words -- "an instant gratification war."