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24 May 2010 :: 11:05:50 am 21786

US Muslim Cleric Urges & Supports Attacks on US Soldiers

A US-born militant Muslim cleric has urged his fellow Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan to further propagate deadly attacks on US troops, according to a video posted on an unnamed website.
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Dubai, the 24th of 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: The fugitive militant cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, wanted dead or alive by US authorities, is a leading figure linked to al Qaeda’s Yemen-based wing. He is currently thought to be on the run in the impoverished Gulf Arab state.

Along with broadcasting a video on an unnamed website stating, “Muslims should object to what’s going on either verbally or by physical action,” Awlaki also praised the actions of US Army psychiatrist Nidal Malik Hasan, who shot dead 13 people at Ford Hood US army base last November.

“Nidal was my student … I’m proud of Nidal Hasan and this was a heroic act,” he said, adding, “Who can object to what he did? He killed soldiers on their way to Iraq and Afghanistan.” Hasan had sent emails to the cleric but they were intercepted by US intelligence agencies and examined by US joint terrorism task forces.

“If the situation remains we will see new Nidal Hasan’s appearing,” Awlaki said in the tape. “These American soldiers on their way to Afghanistan and Iraq, we will kill them.” Asked about the continuing negative impact his actions were having on the American Muslim population Awlaki stated; “Is protecting the reputation of Muslims in America more important than bombs dropping on millions of Muslims elsewhere?”

Also in his video address, Awlaki accuses Sanaa, the Yemeni capital, of collaborating with the US government to attack Yemeni Muslims, “Yemen is not occupied by the United States. Unfortunately, the situation is worse than that,” he said. “The Yemeni government is now telling Americans: you occupy the air and seas and we will … provide people on the ground who will spy on Yemeni Muslims.”

Born in New Mexico, Awlaki led prayers at numerous US mosques before travelling to Yemen to teach at a University in 2004. He was arrested and imprisoned in 2006 for suspected links to al Qaeda and involvement in various attacks on allied forces. He was released in late 2007.

Reporter : John Weston   Photo : Internet   Category : World News

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