Al-Qaida: Obama is 'stabbing us with the same dagger that Bush used'

Al-Qaida Obama is stab

September 23, 2009 14:18


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Al-Qaida predicted US President Barack Obama's downfall at the hands of the Muslim world in a new video released Tuesday. The 106-minute video in Arabic, entitled "The West and the Dark Tunnel," is part of series of messages by the group marking the eighth anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Osama bin Laden released a short message of his own on September 14th. Like similar long messages on previous anniversaries, it featured testimony from several leading Al-Qaida figures, including Ayman al-Zawahri, number 2 in the organization, intercut with news footage from the past year. "America has come in a new, hypocritical face. Smiling at us, but stabbing us with the same dagger that Bush used," al-Zawahri said in the message.

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