December 13, 2010

AQI: "Expect More Attacks Sweden & Europe"

Well, what did you expect them to say?

An internet posting on Monday, attributed to a senior al-Qaeda leader in Iraq, warned that last weekend's deadly bombings in Stockholm were "only the beginning", and threatened attacks against Nato and Europe.

In an audio recording on the Shumukh al-Islam Islamic website, a man identified as Abu Suleiman al-Nasser, a leader of the al-Qaeda affiliate in Iraq, warned that the Sweden attacks were "only the beginning of a new era in our jihad", or holy war.

There's a reason I've had a "Terrorism:Scandinavia" category archive going back to 2005.

But the dumbass that calls himself the "Minister of War" doesn't realize that Sweden isn't part of NATO. It's a neutral country:

Suleiman, who is "war minister" of the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI), warned Nato countries to "withdraw their troops from Afghanistan immediately and unconditionally", and to "stop their war against Islam".
Did I mention he was a dumbass?

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 07:03 PM | Comments |