9/11 group's chilling message

Al-Qaeda's leader called on Muslims to attack US, European, Israeli and Russian targets in a speech on the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks.

12.9.2019

Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri called on Muslims to attack US, European, Israeli and Russian targets in a speech on the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. 9News

Al-Qaeda's leader called on Muslims to attack US, European, Israeli and Russian targets in a speech on the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks.

Vandals graffiti white supremacist messages and Christchurch shooter praise on Brisbane mosque He calls on Palestinians to seek "martyrdom" by attacking Israelis with a suicide vest in response. Al-Zawahri, an Egyptian, became leader of al-Qaida following the 2011 killing of Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan by US Navy SEALs. He is believed to be hiding somewhere in the Afghanistan-Pakistan border regions. A July report by the UN cited reports that he is "in poor health" but provided no details. Over recent years, Al-Qaeda has been engaged in fending off competition in jihadi circles from its rival, the Islamic State group. IS exploded into prominence by seizing large swaths of Iraq and Syria in 2014, declaring a "caliphate" and extending affiliates in multiple countries across the region. The Yemen affiliate of Al-Qaeda has been active in the country's bitter civil war carrying out bombings, shootings and assassinations. () IS's physical "caliphate" was crushed in Iraq and Syria, though its militants are still active and carrying out attacks. The UN report said the "immediate global threat posed by Al-Qaeda remains unclear" but warned that some would-be IS recruits could turn to older organisation. Al-Qaeda militants, meanwhile, have taken a lower profile, using regional conflicts in Afghanistan, Syria and Yemen to entrench themselves. Hamza Bin Laden was killed in a military operation, US officials have said. (AAP) The Yemen branch has been the most active, exploiting the chaos of the civil war to carry out bombings, shootings and assassinations in an effort to expand its footprint. Osama bin Laden's son Hamza bin Laden had been viewed as an eventual heir to the leadership of al-Qaida but was killed in a military operation, US officials have said. Al-Zawahri lauded Hamza in a 2015 video that appeared on jihadi websites, calling him a "lion from the den of al-Qaida." © Nine Digital Pty Ltd 2019 Continue reading Read more: Nine News Australia

Oh cut the bullshit already The US has created its own enemies relentlessly since 911 2001 9NewsQueensland Quran states that you must live in peace with those who offer you friendship Western MSM has been curiously quiet about a similar 'instruction' to 'burn the infidels out of their lands' reportedly issued (and buried) in +/- 2002. CNN spikedonline

ANTICOM_Aus America has its drone war, CIA, illegal scantions, illegal invasions, cultural hegemony, 7 current hot wars, ruined Iraq, trying their hardest in Syria, scantioned Iran after backing out of the Nuclear Agreement for unspecified reasons who doesn't hate them in Middle East? 9NewsAdel cue Trumpy

Religion of peace strikes again! 911 was organised on the inside and carried out by Mossad Every country should have the right to go after terrorist groups if they say they are going to attack no matter where they are in the world. Hit them before they hit you NeverForget auspol KAG Brexit Wtf is wrong with these people. They have no heart.

9NewsMelb Cunt.

Everything Apple announced at its iPhone 11 reveal eventFrom three new iPhones, a new iPad and Apple Watch 5 to new info on Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade, here's everything Apple showed off in California. TimBiggs

The precious lives being lost on 9/11 have to be commemorated..those people that think Jihad is killing innocent people and waging war they must be condemned. Killing 1 innocent person means you have killed the whole of humanity - Quran Religion of peace......

45 photos show true horror of 9/11 attack on Twin TowersIt happened on this day 18 years ago. It was a horror that will never be forgotten. WARNING: Distressing content September11 My favourite photo 🇺🇸🇺🇸 Muslim terrorist crashed the planes. It the planes themselves. There I fixed your pc article.

Australian politics live: Wednesday September 11A Coalition MP is facing tough questions about her links to China after struggling her way through an extraordinary interview last night. if this is true ASIO is clearly asleep at the wheel if an alleged foreign influence gets elected to our federal parliament. As for liberal candidate screening, we saw that on show last election & on a current affair this week. Where are the checks! SkyNewsAust LiberalAus smh

What we know about the iPhone 11 and Apple's streaming service to rival Netflix and DisneyApple has unveiled its top products for the year ahead, including a triple-camera iPhone and a TV streaming service set to undercut Disney, Netflix and HBO. Oh, and there's something for gamers too. How is it that they get the ABC to do free advertising for them? Their behaviour in Australia and other countries with their profit shifting agenda to avoid paying tax should be shamed not receive free advertising. Initially an innovator in phones, now they're barely competitive.

Explosion at US Embassy in Kabul on September 11 anniversaryA rocket has exploded at the US Embassy in Afghanistan just minutes into the anniversary of the September 11 attacks. 'An explosion caused by a rocket has occurred on compound,' said an announcement over the loudspeaker inside the embassy. The hawks are at it again want US forces in Afghanistan indefinitely Trump wants out Bolton wanted in that’s why he’s out!

Explosion at US Embassy in Kabul on September 11 anniversaryUS President Donald Trump abruptly called off US-Taliban talks at Camp David over the weekend, on the brink of an apparent deal to end America's longest war. The religion of peace



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