Thursday, May 19, 2011

Al Qaeda disseminates the last message from bin Laden

Cairo. .- The late al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden praised the speed of Tunisia and Egypt in a message released today in a posthumous Islamist site, which urges its followers to support efforts to bring down more "oppressors." In an audio recording of twelve and a half minutes transmitted from a web page often pick up messages from Al Qaeda and related groups, bin Laden says: "Tunisia (...) lit revolution and the fall of the tyrant, have fallen humiliation, subservience and passivity, and have awakened the meanings of freedom, pride, courage and initiative and the winds of change hit Tahrir (in Egypt).

" Al Qaeda leader died on 2 May in a U.S. military operation near the Pakistani capital, Islamabad.

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