Al Qaida senior mocks Bush's Iraq troop surge

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January 23, 2007 03:20

 
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Ayman al-Zawahiri, the deputy of al- Qaida leader Ossama Bin Laden, mocked US President George W. Bush's intentions to send 21,000 troops to Iraq, Israel Radio reported on Monday night. "Bush can send 100,000 troops or his entire army, he will still be defeated," Al-Zawahiri said. According to reports by experts who intercept al- Qaida's transmissions, Al-Zawahiri called on Muslims all over the world to rise against the enemies of Islam.

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