December 28, 2012
Yemen: Al Qaeda's (AQAP) Media Arm Screws Up
Omits Bounty On US Ambassador to Yemen & US Soldiers (Updated)
A jihadist forum user stated on December 27 that al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula’s (AQAP) recently released video “Jihad of the Ummah” is missing a section. AQAP’s media arm, al Malahem Foundation, released the video on jihadist forums on December 23. According to the unidentified jihadist forum user, the original video released on December 23 is missing a section offering a bounty for the killing of U.S. Ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein and U.S. soldiers. A reward of 3,000 grams of gold was offered for the killing of Ambassador Feierstein and five million Yemeni Riyals was offered for the killing of a U.S. soldier serving in Yemen. The rewards would reportedly be paid within six months of the announcement.This is the video that sucked and now it really sucks! Stupid mujahidiots.
() جــهاد أمـــــة () by taimour_abdulwahab1
[h/t for video: al-Qaeda supporter, former troll and Jawaa Bitch: Censored31]
He/she/it should get "I will cut your neck" fatwa for screwing up the video, just sayin..
Update: The missing parts are below. The jihadi claim the parts were deleted by the US. Or, All Your Videos R Belong To Us Akhis:
On Twitter, jihad supporters are currently disseminating what they are calling a segment deleted by the U.S. from the most recent video released by Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).
The segment that is being disseminated, an audio file, includes AQAP's announcement of a reward of 3,000 grams of gold to anyone who assassinates "the Jewish" U.S. Ambassador to Yemen Gerald M. Feierstein, as well as a reward of five million Yemeni riyals (about $23,000) to anyone who kills a U.S. soldier in Yemen.[More...]