Iraq Al-Qaeda Leader Vows "We Will Win"– Democrats Agree
The leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq vowed that the terror group “will win” in a new tape released on Saturday.
Abu Ayyub al-Masri promises that Al-Qaeda will win in Iraq in a new tape.
He also vowed to increase terror attacks in Iraq this month.
FOX News reported:
A man claiming to be the leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq vowed in an audiotape released Saturday to launch a monthlong offensive against U.S. troops.
There was no independent confirmation that the voice belonged to Abu Hamza al-Muhajir, also known as Abu Ayyub al-Masri, but it sounded exactly like the one heard on previous audiotapes.
Al-Muhajir has been the leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq since his predecessor Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was killed in a U.S. airstrike northeast of Baghdad in 2006.
“We call on our beloved ones … that each unit should present the head of an American as a gift to the charlatan Bush … in addition to one of the apostate servants and slaves of the awakening (councils) during a one-month period,” he said in the tape, posted on an Internet site known for its militant contents.
He made clear that the 30-day period begins from the day of the audiotape’s release.
The release of the tape follows a series of deadly attacks that have raised fears of a possible Al Qaeda in Iraq resurgence. Militants have targeted members of the awakening councils, Sunni Arab tribesmen and former insurgents who changed sides and are now fighting Al Qaeda alongside U.S. forces…
“As long as our hearts are together, obeying a leader that we trust … then, I swear to God, if America brought all its armies and its men and women to fight us, we will win,” he said.
Unfortunately… US Democrats agree with the Al-Qaeda leader.
Both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton announced that they will withdraw troops from Iraq immediately upon taking office.