September 16, 2012
Muhammed Al-Zawahiri, Brother of Al Qaeda Leader, Proposes '10-Year Hudna' To The West
In March of this year, an Egyptian military court found Muhammed Zawahiri not guilty of all charges relating to the murder of Anwar Sadat. Yeah, Arab Spring!!
I guess when MaZ isn't busy leading protests in Cairo, he takes time to tell us to submit to Islam or something.
On September 15, 2012, the Saudi daily Al-Shuroukh published a document authored by Muhammad Al-Zawahiri, the brother of Al-Qaeda leader Ayman Al-Zawahiri, proposing a 10-year hudna to the U.S. the West. The document's publication followed Al-Zawahiri's presentation of the main points of the initiative in interviews with Western media.Bro of Zawahiri, you can shove that "hudna" up your arse. May you and your brother meet the same fate as bin-Laden, bitch.
In the preface to the document, Al-Zawahiri put himself forward as mediator, and explains the need for the initiative, and the reasoning behind it. He presented himself as a member of what he referred to generally as "the Islamic movement," and noted that the initiative aims to serve the interests of the movement and of the Muslims. Addressing the West, which he called "the Muslims' Enemy No. 1," he warns that the Muslims' war against it will only escalate, and that what has happened so far is only the beginning. In this way, he seeks to persuade the West that it is best for it to agree to a ceasefire now.
Al-Zawahiri then proceeded to lay out the main points of his hudna proposal, under which the Islamic movement will undertake not to attack the U.S. or the West in exchange for an end to Western interference in the affairs of the Islamic countries and Western agreement to the establishment of an Islamic state ruled by shari'a law in every country in which the majority of Muslims have expressed widespread support for it
In a September 12, 2012 interview with the Egyptian daily Al-Watan, Al-Zawahiri stressed that he had no connection to his brother, and that he had not shown him the text of the initiative[bullshit..ed]. He said that Osama bin Laden had proposed the same hudna in 2004, and that he was proposing it again now, on the anniversary of 9/11, in order to expose to the American people that its government was misleading it and was continuing the "war on terror" with the sole aim of protecting the interests of businessmen profiting from this false war. Also in the interview, Al-Zawahiri demanded that the U.S. end its occupation of the Muslim lands and its interference in their school curricula, and that it release the jihadis held its prisons. In return, he said, the jihadis will stop attacking U.S. interests in the region – but only if such an agreement is signed between representatives of the U.S. and Al-Qaeda.
Tell me again, Obama/Hillary/MFM, the stupid Mohammed video sparked the protests.