One of the Mohammed cartoons that sparked riots last year throughout the Muslim world
The message, which appeared on a militant Web site that has carried al-Qaida statements in the past and bore the logo of the extremist group’s media wing al-Sahab, showed a still image of bin Laden aiming with an AK-47.
A voice believed to be bin Laden’s described the attacks of the Europeans on women and children but said these “paled (in comparison) when you went overboard in your unbelief and freed yourselves of the etiquettes of dispute and fighting and went to the extent of publishing these insulting drawings, this is the greatest misfortune and the most dangerous.”
Today is the fifth anniversary of the Iraq War and bin Laden talks about the Mohammed Cartoons? Remember the cartoon flap originally began when?
How come no video from bin Laden? And, where is Adam Gadahn?
The leader of al Qaeda has become a cheerleader from afar for riots in the Muslim world over cartoons.
Here is the recording: