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Rita Katz and Josh Devon

Osama's olive branch to Shi'ites

By Rita Katz and Josh Devon
July 26, 2006

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AFTER THE RELEASE of Osama bin Laden's latest audio message, some media reports indicated that bin Laden was calling for renewed attacks against the Shi'ite s of Iraq. However, a careful analysis of bin Laden's message demonstrates that the Al Qaeda leader is instead toning down Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi's venomous rhetoric toward the Shi'ite s . (Full article: 763 words)

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