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Osama Bin Laden

A purported message from Osama bin Laden to Europeans urges them to distance themselves from the United States, noting that Americans are losing the war in Afghanistan.
Osama bin Laden is seen in an image taken from a videotape that aired on Al-Jazeera in September 2003.

Osama bin Laden is seen in an image taken from a videotape that aired on Al-Jazeera in September 2003.

The brief message in Arabic, which appeared Friday on radical Islamic Web sites, has subtitles in English and German.

Bin Laden issued his last message on September 13, two days after the eighth anniversary of the al Qaeda attacks in the United States.

The authenticity of the message could not immediately be established.

Al Qaeda has recently released threatening videos aimed at Germany, where voters are scheduled to go to the polls Sunday. The militant group has warned Germans not to choose leaders who support the war in Afghanistan.

"It won't be long until the dust of war clears in Afghanistan, at which point you won't find a trace of any American," he adds.
* Germans arrest terror suspect

"You are aware that oppression topples those who commit it and injustice has unhealthy consequences for the unjust, and that one of the greatest forms of injustice is to kill people without right, yet this is exactly what your governments and soldiers are committing under the umbrella of the NATO alliance in Afghanistan," bin Laden warns.

He rails against the United States for attacks that he says are aimed at the Taliban and al Qaeda but that kill and wound civilians.

"An intelligent man doesn't waste his money and sons for a gang of criminals in Washington, and it is a shameful thing for a person to be in a coalition whose supreme commander has no regard for human life and intentionally bombs villagers from the air, and I am witness to that," he says.

Stefan Paris, a spokesman for the German Interior Ministry, told CNN the country's intelligence services and authorities are aware of the new message, are evaluating it and take it very seriously.

"It fits into the massive propaganda flood that we have been seeing ahead of the elections," Paris said, and added, "We will not be forced into a state of panic by this message. We will continue to do our work meticulously and clear-headed."
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Paris said there is no evidence of specific terror plots in Germany. He believes the video was clearly targeting Germany, because it has German subtitles and was released just a day and a half before the German elections.

Friday's video is four minutes, 47 seconds long, and was released by al Qaeda's production company as-Sahab.

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Osama.......osama...wait a sec...didn't you guys vote him in as president.

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Barak Hussein Obama is his name.


I know his name hasn't much to do with anything, but DAMN that sounds scary considering contemporary world events.

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you can say what you want about obama but hes a million
times better than bush at least hes trying to find solutions
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Barak Hussein Obama is his name.


I know his name hasn't much to do with anything, but DAMN that sounds scary considering contemporary world events.
Barak 'Hussein' Obama you yanks picked a fucking beauty this time Hahahahahahaha.
Hussein .......Hahahahahahaha. nah really, what's his real middle name?

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Barak 'Hussein' Obama you yanks picked a fucking beauty this time Hahahahahahaha.
Hussein .......Hahahahahahaha. nah really, what's his real middle name?
Fuck, tell me about it.

Anyways, this article was in The Wall Street Journal. For your consideration:

Since first invading Afghanistan nearly a decade ago, America set one primary goal: Eliminate Al Qaeda's safe haven.

Today, intelligence and military officials say they've severely constrained Al Qaeda's ability to operate there and in Pakistan -- and that's reshaping the debate over U.S. strategy in the region.

Hunted by U.S. drones, beset by money problems and finding it tougher to lure young Arabs to the bleak mountains of Pakistan, Al Qaeda is seeing its role shrink there and in Afghanistan, according to intelligence reports and Pakistani and U.S. officials. Conversations intercepted by the U.S. show Al Qaeda fighters complaining of shortages of weapons, clothing and, in some cases, food. The number of foreign fighters in Afghanistan appears to be declining, U.S. military officials say.

For Arab youths who are Al Qaeda's primary recruits, "it's not romantic to be cold and hungry and hiding," said a senior U.S. official in South Asia.

In Washington, the question of Al Qaeda's strength is at the heart of the debate over whether to send thousands more troops to Afghanistan. On Saturday, eight American troops and two Afghan soldiers were killed fighting Taliban forces -- one of the worst single-day battlefield losses for U.S. forces since the war began.

Opponents of sending more troops prefer a narrower campaign consisting of missile strikes and covert action inside Pakistan, rather than a broader war against the Taliban, the radical Islamist movement that ruled Afghanistan for years and provided a haven to Al Qaeda's Usama bin Laden. Their reasoning: The larger threat to America remains Al Qaeda, not the Taliban; so, best not to get embroiled in a local war that history suggests may be unwinnable.

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Bah, just drop a few thousand MOABs on them.

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