Wednesday, May 11, 2011

After the death of bin Laden, AQPA threatens U.S.

The leader of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), Nasser Al-Wahichi, warned the U.S. that "the worst" was coming after the death of Osama bin Laden. "The Americans have killed Sheikh (...), but they must know that the glowing embers of Jihad now than during his life," says the message in Yemen on Wednesday the U.S.

central monitoring Islamist websites SITE. The AQAP was born of a merger in 2009, Yemeni and Saudi Arabian branch network. 25 December 2009, she tried to blow up a plane from Amsterdam to Detroit, and claimed the shipment by air cargo parcel bombs to the U.S. in late October 2010, discovered by police in Dubai and the United Britain before the explosion.

In addition, another group in the movement of Al Qaeda, Abdullah Azzam Brigades, also in a statement posted on jihadist forums and published by SITE Wednesday he will step up the jihad after Bin Laden's death. "We vow to Allah (...) continue the fight. The death of Sheik goes only strengthen our resolve to fight Jews and Americans to avenge the martyrs of the Ummah (Islamic nation) , the statement said.

Abdullah Azzam, a Jordanian of Palestinian origin, was the mentor of Osama bin Laden before being killed in a bombing in Afghanistan in 1989.

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