Hamza bin-Laden's Desperate Call to Revive al-Qaeda's Relevance

Of course al-Nusra has now branded itself the kinder gentler alternative in Syria, they are the last stand and will fall next. No one thinks that Syria and Israel is going to just let them have a quasi state on Israel's northern border.

Newsweek:

he new face of Al-Qaeda and the son of the mastermind of the deadliest attack on U.S. soil, Hamza bin Laden, released a new audio message Tuesday, calling on Muslims around the world to avenge his father Osama’s death in 2011.

The 25-minute video is titled “Osama the Fighter Against Invaders & Inciter of Rebellion Against Tyrants” and was released by Al-Qaeda’s media wing, As-Sahab, complete with English subtitles. In it, bin Laden embarks on a long call to action for young Muslims, using his father and his death as the main motivator for his message.

So Hamza is trying to spin up some outrage over his Father's death in an attempt to position al-Qaeda proper to take the leadership role in Islamic Terrorism from Pakistan.

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My comment: Worst, Nasheed. Ever. The singer coughs even. Goatly would be so ashamed.

Posted by: Howie at 01:53 PM

Comments

1 Maybe Hamza also angry that Americans not only kill Daddy....They feed him to Opilio Crabs?

Posted by: KIM at November 08, 2017 02:31 PM

2 the Saudi Arabia "anti-corruption" actions this week
should cut off the flow of a lot of the KSA oil money
to IS and AQ. Maybe i am being overly optimistic,
but the list of men held prisoner in the Ritz includes
at least one Bin Ladin and the incoming new King
wants to let women drive. Terrorist organizations
run on money, just like everyone else, but they tend
to attract losers who have never held a job and have
no ability to make their own money.

Things are looking bad for AQ although very good
for individual psychotic muzzlums with guns
who want to follow through on the threats.



Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at November 09, 2017 08:33 AM






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