Bin Laden calls for martyrs to fight in the Sudan

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  1. Ben W

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    Looks like Bin Laden has returned to the public media once again.

    Considering that his terrorist cowards are being overcome by western forces in Iraq, is his new move to retreat and go to where there are no western forces, and cause genocide amongst people that cannot defend themselves? What is happening in Sudan is Rwanda all over again.

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    Osama bin Laden issued ominous new threats in an audiotape broadcast Sunday, purportedly saying the West was at war with Islam and calling on his followers to go to Sudan to fight a proposed UN force.

    In his first new message in three months, bin Laden said the West's decision to cut off funds to the Palestinian Authority because its Hamas leaders refuse to recognize Israel proved that the US and Europe were conducting "a Zionist crusader war on Islam."

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    Why now?

    It appears that UBL's Al Quaeda is in danger of being marginalized and he's trying to keep them stirred up. More suicidal recruits are needed.
     
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    SOURCE </font>[/QUOTE]Oh my....this is scary. :eek:
     

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