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WAR: Zarqawi threatens U.S. on tape

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posted on Apr, 29 2005 @ 10:13 AM
Exactly one day after George W. Bush's news conference in an attempt to boost a sagging approval ratings, America's most-wanted insurgent Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi has surfaced yet again with another boogey-man audio tape threating America.
An audio tape purportedly by one of America's most-wanted insurgents in Iraq, Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi, that was posted Friday threatens more attacks against U.S. forces there and warns against collaborating with Americans.

The authenticity of the 18-minute tape, posted on a website that is known for getting across messages from Islamic militant groups, could not be determined. The voice on the tape sounded similar to previous audiotapes attributed to the Jordanian-born militant.

The voice on the tape directly addressed U.S. President George W. Bush.

"You, Bush, we will not rest until we avenge our dignity," the voice said. "We will not rest while your army is here as long as there is a pulse in our veins."

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Authentic audio tape by the infamous one-legged, clearly impossible to kill man, the one and only al-Zarqawi?

With recent polls suggesting Bush's overall job approval rating hit 47 percent, matching his all-time low in Washington. A nation clearly focused on high gasoline prices at the pump and recent reports suggesting that Americans now believe BushCo falsified them into War.

Could this be another Psy-ops strategy? Perhaps like the Bin-Laden tape on the eve of the 2004 election, meant to boost an incumbent Bush re-election?

posted on Apr, 29 2005 @ 04:13 PM
I voted yes but I think the words 'boogey-man' should be taken out of the opening text.

posted on Apr, 29 2005 @ 09:15 PM
When he says attacks against U.S. forces he means iraqi civilians.

Apparently Zarqawi has reduced himself to nothing but a damn thorn in ever Iraqi's rear end.

This seems like a last battle cry. With several top officals captured and "interrorgated", along with large amounts of data stored on a hard drive. Not only that, but the rumors of him losing one of his legs.

With several painstaking blows from Coalition forces and the Iraqi people.

from the last election to the newly formed government. Zarqawi has lost many battles. Terror tactics aren't working as much as they use to, and thank god for the bravery of the Iraqi people.

Perhaps the attacks may die down.


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