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Kamis, 09 Juni 2011

Those two Al-Qaeda Osama bin Laden's Praise

TioNews - The second man of al-Qaeda launched a propaganda video that is spread on pages extremists. In this video, he praised the late Osama bin Laden for having dared to fight the United States and his minions.

Reporting from the CNN page, Wednesday, June 8, 2011, Osama's right hand in al-Qaeda network, Ayman al-Zawahri, appears in the video the first al-Qaeda after the death of Osama. In the half-hour video, Zawahri praised Osama's death as martyrdom.

"Osama returned to his Lord as a martyr for daring to say no to the United States," said Zawahri.

Osama killed in home invasion of U.S. troops hiding in the town of Abbottabad, Pakistan, on May 2, 2011. His body floated out to sea by the U.S., worried that his tomb would be buried by his cult followers.

In the video, Zawahri questioned the way the United States in destroying the corpse of Osama. According to him how they conflict with Islamic law which requires that a person buried in the soil.

"Islam like what they're talking about? This is the Islam of America or the Islamic version of Obama?" firmly Zawahri.

Zawahri also criticized the Pakistani government's timid response to the U.S.. U.S. and Pakistan relations had strained, because of some in the U.S. have accused Pakistan took part in hiding Osama bin Laden.

"America is not targeting individuals or groups, but the entire Islamic nation that rose from the ashes after the jihad against its leaders," he said referring to the revolution that was happening in the Middle East and Africa.

There are several names in the body of al-Qaeda is touted to replace him as leader Osama bin Laden. Zawahri as the second in the militant network has a huge opportunity in holding the reins of leadership. However, in his video, he did not mention this problem.

"A relief to see Zawahiri did not say that he has been leading this group. Meaning, there are still differences of opinion in the body of al-Qaeda on who the next leader," said CIA analysts who do not want to be named, told the Washington Post page.


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