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Al-Queda Issues New Attack Threats

Al-Queda issues new attack threats against the United States on Sunday, June 20, 2010.  Adam Gadahn, a U.S. born Al-Queda spokesperson issued a severe warning to President Barack Obama on behalf of the militant group.  Gadahn ominously warned Obama in a 24 minute long message the death toll the militant group has cost the United States versus the death toll the U.S. has cost Muslims.  Gadahn stated: "with the relatively small number of Americans we have killed so far, it becomes crystal-clear that we haven't even begun to even the score.  That's why next time, we might not show the restraint and self control we have shown up until now."  Gadahn went on to chastise Obama's role as President by likening Obama as "a devious, evasive, and serpentine American president with a Muslim name."

Gadahn also issued Al-Queda demands for peace, including the requirement that the U.S. stops supporting Israel and withdraws troops within Afghanistan.  If the U.S. doesn't comply with the demands and ultimately succeeds in eradicating the Al-Queda, Gadahn insisted that "hundreds of millions of Muslims" would willingly fight the U.S. in Al-Queda's absence.

Gadahn has been on the FBI's most wanted list since 2004.  There is a one million dollar reward for any information regarding Gadahn's location to assist in Gadahn's capture, arrest, or conviction.  Gadahn also goes by the alias Azzam Al-Amriki.

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