Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of the terrorist organization Al Qaeda, released a video on Wednesday, inciting Muslims to attack Western countries. In the viral video, Zawahiri told the Muslims to attack and destroy Western countries like America, Europe, Israel, and Russia. Zawahiri was addressing Muslims on the memory of 9/11 terror attack.
A 33-minute Recorded speech of the Al-Qaeda Cheif
an American company Searches for International Terrorist Entities (SITE) revealed it. SITE tracks the online activities of terrorist organizations. After this video of Zawahiri came out.
Al Qaeda kingpin said, “If you want jihad, then slowly eliminate the western army. American soldiers today are from east to west all over the world. Your countries are full of American bases, in which all are infidels. They are spreading corruption. ”
Zawahiri’s speech of 33 minutes 28 seconds was recorded. Al-Qaeda’s As-Sahab Media Foundation released the video. In his speech, Zawahiri also criticized those who left the jihadi path, saying that there should not be attacks like 9/11, because it kills ordinary civilians.
The blast took place near the US embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, early Wednesday. No organization has claimed responsibility for the blast yet. The news agency Xinhua reported that it was a rocket blast of sorts.
It killed 2900 people in the 9/11 attack
The attacks on America’s World Trade Center and the Pentagon killed 2983 people. Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was behind this. In May 2011, the US killed and killed Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan.
Al-Zawahiri became the organization’s head in 2011 after Osama bin Laden was killed. Zawahiri hails from Egypt. According to reports, he may be hiding in Pakistan or Afghanistan right now.
In video released to coincide with #911Anniversary, #AlQaeda once again calls on Muslims to answer the call of global jihad. Ayman al Zawahiri also rails against US/Israel relationship & calls for attacking Israeli embassies and interests across the world https://t.co/t1HB4Upu8W
— Raphael Gluck (@einfal) September 11, 2019