Al-Qaida Statement Released, Guarantees Retaliation

By on May 7, 2011 in Current Events, Events, World Comments
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Based on update reports, SITE Intelligence Group, responsible for monitoring Islamist websites, formally confirms Al Qaida’s  recently released statements this Friday.  Moreover, SITE’s reports attest that Al Qaida, through Jihadist forums, confirms Bin Laden’s death, threatened to take certain action against the United States and urged Pakistanis to “rise up and revolt”.

Accordingly, reports translated the statement that said “Bin Laden’s death will serve as a “curse that chases the Americans and their agents, and goes after them inside and outside their countries.”

“Soon — with help from Allah — their happiness will turn into sorrow, and their blood will be mixed with their tears.” it said.  Al Qaida will “continue on the path of Jihad, the path walked upon our leaders, and on top of them without hesitation or reluctance”.

“We will not deviate from that or change until Allah judges between us and between our enemy with truth. Indeed, He is the best of all judges. Nothing will harm us after that, until we see either victory and success and conquest and empowerment, or we die trying.”

As reported further, it said that Americans “will never enjoy security until our people in Palestine enjoy it.”

“The soldiers of Islam, groups and individuals, will continue planning without tiredness or boredom, and without despair or surrender, and without weakness or stagnancy, until they cause the disaster that makes children look like the elderly!”

Reports also included that it urged Pakistanis “to cleanse this shame that has been attached to them by a clique of traitors and thieves” and “from the filth of the Americans who spread corruption in it.”

It has been noted through many reports that Bin Laden and other militants post their messages to followers through the Internet before and after Al Qaida’s September 11, 2001 attack on the United States territories.

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