Zarqawi Wounded

The breaking news today of Zarqawi’s health is a setback for the Caliphate State Plan

An alleged militant on trial for a terror conspiracy targeting the US and Israeli embassies has claimed terror masterminds Osama bin Laden and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi will soon set up a Muslim caliphate state.

Abed al-Tahawi made the statement in brief remarks to reporters before the military court convened to hear the prosecution sum up its case in his trial.

“Although they accuse them of being terrorists, the heroes Osama bin Laden and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi will come back to the scene soon to set up an Islamic caliphate state,” he said.

Via Athena, Blogging Goddess of the Right…

Iraq’s most wanted man, insurgent leader Abu Musab al Zarqawi, has been wounded, according to an al Qaeda website.”O nation of Islam… Pray for the healing of our Sheikh Abu Musab al-Zarqawi from an injury he suffered in the path of God,” said a statement from the al Qaeda Organisation for Holy War in Iraq.The statement’s authenticity could not be independently verified.

More to come…

Update: From News 24 out of South Africa..

The statement, posted by the group’s media co-ordinator, Abu Maysarah al-Iraqi, didn’t say how or when Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was injured.

Al-Iraqi is known to be the group’s media co-ordinator, but there was no way to confirm if he’d posted the statement himself.

“Let the near and far know that the injury of our leader is an honour, and a cause to close in on the enemies of God, and a reason to increase the attacks against them,” the statement said.

Athena had this up on earlier reports of the terrorist leader’s health.

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