Saturday, 21 April 2012

Al Qaeda top leader: Nothing changed in Yemen, and we fight for the rule of God

By Nasser Arrabyee,19/04/2012A
top leader of Al Qaeda said Thursday they would continue fighting to restore
"their" revolution that was hijacked by the political parties."The
situation in Yemen has not changed, it is still as it was,...the parties
hijacked the revolution of the Muslim people against the tyrant," said Fahd Al
Qusu, one of the top leaders of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsular
AQAP).The new President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi is still a doll and the
same troops are still killing Mujahideen, he said. "So, for us, we will
not stop Jihad, until Islamic Shariah becomes the ruler," said Al Qusu in an
interview conducted with by the Aden-based journalist Anis Mansour, who sent
some quotes to 'Nasser Arrabyee' website.Al Qusu, who is wanted for the
CIA for involving in the USS Cole bombing in 2000 in Aden harbor, said that the
tribesmen who are fighting them now in Lawdar are only "mercenaries". "
It is the mercenaries of the Lawdar committees who started the war against our
Mujahideen," Said Al Qusu in an obvious reference to the Anti-Al Qaeda popular
committees in Lawdar, where fierce battles have been going on for about one
month now.

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