Bin Laden’s Message for Americans: A Threat!

There has been an audio message coming from Al Qeada leader Osama Bin Laden addressing threat to the Americans. This in connection to the execution of of 9/11 attack mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.

The audio message was aired Thursday from Al-Jazeera, an Arabic Language TV Network. Bin Laden’s audio message contain the following words:

1. “Your master in the White House is following his predecessor in many important issues, like escalating the war in Afghanistan and unfairly treating our prisoners — led by the hero jihadi Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.”

2. “The White House declared that they will execute Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his comrades in arms, it would be responsible when we execute anyone of you we capture.”

3. “We have been enduring your masters’ oppression for a long time, especially by supporting Israel’s occupation of our land in Palestine. Our reaction to that oppression was heard loudly on the 11th with God’s help.”

4. “Justice is to be treated in the same manner.”

This threat from the Al Qeada leader is yet another challenge that US government should face.
The messages came from a report in CNN. You can watch their news report in their official site.

3 thoughts on “Bin Laden’s Message for Americans: A Threat!

  1. I think that this should be taken seriously by the U.S.. The loss of American lives is not necessary or acceptable.

  2. Am I to understand that Osama does not believe that all those virgins are waiting for him and it is all a farce played on faceless people wo they strap bombs onto, but he actually cares about the TRUTH with his intimate friends and those who mastermind to kill millions of innocent people. Why would he not want his friend to get his eternal reward? Is it really HELL or does he REALLY not know?

  3. Well, he got 3000 of us on 9/11. The irony of it all is we kill more of our own people. The lack of health care in our country whether you like ObamaCare or not, allows about 45,000 people to die every year. That’s about 400,000 since 2001. Who should we be afraid of more?

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