Zarqawi: Holy warriors standing firm against West

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April 25, 2006 21:23

 
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In a rare video posted Tuesday on the Internet, al-Qaida in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi accused the West and the United States of waging a "crusader" war against Islam but said Muslim holy warriors were standing firm. He also said the recent formation of a new government in Iraq was an attempt to get the United States out of a dilemma that al-Zarqawi said it now faces there. "When the enemy entered into Iraq, their aim was to control Iraq and the area," al-Zarqawi said in the video. "But here we have been fighting them for the last three years."


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