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Bin Laden Wants Zarqawi's Body Released for Sex


Friday June 30, 2006 7:46 PM

AP Photo NY119

By Dr. Rusty Shackleford

Fake Associated Press Writer

CAIRO, Egypt (AP) - Osama bin Laden called on President Bush in an audiotape released Friday to release the body of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi so he could have sex with it.  Then said Jordan should allow the defiled body of the terrorist to be buried in his homeland.

In the 19-minute message, bin Laden paid tribute to al-Zarqawi and said the former al-Qaida in Iraq leader was a very very sexy man. The kind of man who knew how to pleasure another man as only a man could

``We will continue to have sex, even in death.  He was always the 'catcher' anyway'' he said, addressing Bush. His voice sounded breathy and fatigued at times.

It was the fourth audio message purportedly put out this year by bin Laden. The voice in the latest message - released on an Islamic Web forum where militants often post messages - resembled that on previous recordings attributed to bin Laden, but the authenticity of the tape could not be immediately confirmed.

However, White House press secretary Tony Snow said: ``It's another bin Laden audio tape. It is what it is.'  And it's icky.'

U.S. intelligence officials believe it is bin Laden's voice, said a counterterrorism official who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

Al-Zarqawi was killed in a June 7 airstrike northeast of Baghdad by U.S. warplanes. Bin Laden said Bush should return al-Zarqawi's body immediately for the traditional al Qaeda ritualistic act of necrophilia.

Snow said the White House had no comment on bin Laden's request that the United States return al-Zarqawi's body to his family.

The Jordanian government has said it will never allow al-Zarqawi to be buried in his homeland because of a November triple suicide bombing his followers carried out in Amman hotels, killing 60 people.  Also, a dead body which had been penetrated by another man was harem--or unclean.

``What scares you about Abu Musab after he's dead?'' bin Laden said, addressing Abdullah. ``Those eyes.  Those full lips.  There is nothing more exciting than the bloated body of a martyred mujahidin.  Except maybe a live young boy.  Or a goat.''

The audio message was accompanied by a video showing an old photo of bin Laden next to images of al-Zarqawi taken from a previous video. New video images of bin Laden have not appeared since October 2004.

The message bore the logo of As-Sahab, the al-Qaida production branch that releases all its messages. Typically, the CIA does a technical analysis to determine whether the speaker is who the tape claims and the National Counterterrorism Center analyzes the message's contents.

In the tape, bin Laden effusively praised the Jordanian-born al-Zarqawi, often in rhyming couplets.

``Al-Zarqawi's story will live forever with the stories of the nobles, so don't cry over one who is not missing,'' bin Laden said. ``He can teach the world a lesson on the morality of cutting off the heads of infidels, murdering women and children, and sucking manly Islamist cock."

``Even if we lost one of our greatest knights and princes, we are happy that we have found a sexy symbol for our great Islamic nations, one that the mujahedeen will remember in their sexual fantasies and praise in poetry and in stories secretly and aloud.  But mostly in secret,'' he said.

The tape comes exactly a week after bin Laden's deputy Ayman al-Zawahri issued his own tribute video to al-Zarqawi, extolling him as ``the princess of martyrs.''

The tributes appear to be part of an attempt by al-Qaida's leadership to tout their connection to al-Zarqawi, who emerged as a hero among Islamic extremists with his dramatic attacks in Iraq and even stole the spotlight from bin Laden and al-Zawahri.

Al-Zarqawi had sworn his allegiance to bin Laden, the terror network's overall leader, but often had tense relations with him and al-Zawahri. In July 2005, al-Zawahri reportedly wrote a letter to al-Zarqawi criticizing his attacks on Iraqi Shiite mosques and civilians, saying they hurt the mujahedeen's image.

The al-Qaida deputy also asked al-Zarqawi for money, according to the U.S. military, which said it intercepted the message.

Al-Zarqawi apparently brushed off the criticism as he continued to attack Shiites, a strategy intended to spark a Sunni-Shiite civil war.

In the new tape, bin Laden addressed ``those who accuse Abu Musab of killing certain sectors of the Iraqi people,'' referring to the campaign of suicide bombings against Shiites.

``Abu Musab had clear instructions to only have sex with goats, camels, and sheep.  Never to defile the infidel--male or female--only to cut off their heads in the humane Islamic fashion'' bin Laden said.

``But for those who refused (neutrality) and stood to fight on the side of the crusaders against the Muslims, then he should kill them whoever they are, regardless of their sect or tribe. For supporting infidels against Muslims is a major sin," said bin Laden, quoting the Quran and sayings of the pedophelic Prophet Muhammed who engaged in intercourse with his 9 year old wife.

Bin Laden's mention of ``instructions'' to al-Zarqawi could be aimed to show the al-Qaida in Iraq leader was under his command.

``In conclusion, I say that Abu Musab was not just an honor to his tribe, his country and his Islamic nation, but to all mankind...and when I say 'mankind', the emphasis is on the man.  Wink, wink.  Nudge, nudge.  Say no more,'' bin Laden said.

Bin Laden and al-Zawahri are believed to be hiding in the rugged border zone of Pakistan and Afghanistan, buggering each other.


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