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Devilishly skilled jihadist

On Sunday, Osama bin Laden spoke to the world. On Monday it narrowed.

[outlaw] There's something murderously charming about Osama bin Laden. Not in the sense that he charms his alleged cousins ​​in the sink. On the contrary. His calls on the Sunday tape, the first in three months, were categorically rejected by all as the Al Qaeda leader tries to embrace:

Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri, after bin Laden's rigid approach on Sunday, stated that the Palestinians have a "totally different" ideology than Al Qaeda. Ahmed Hussein in the Sudanese rebel group Justice and Equality

the movement put his declarations of war in place with this statement to Al Jazeera:

"We categorically reject these declarations. His words are totally unrelated to the realities. . .

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Dag Herbjørnsrud
Former editor of MODERN TIMES. Now head of the Center for Global and Comparative History of Ideas.

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