Leader of Al Qaeda Proposes to Unite With ISIS and Attack U.S. Cities

Intel-Report-NRD-600“And today, Al Qaeda is on the run and Osama bin Laden is dead.” President Barack Hussein Obama, Presidential Campaign Speech in Miami, Florida, October 11, 2012.

The Christian Post reports that

Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has said in a series of recently released messages that although the Islamic State terror group is “illegitimate” and operating against his wishes, it is time for the jihadists on both sides to work together in cooperation against the West, and launch attacks “to the heart of the homes and cities” of America.
 
“I call on all Muslims who can harm the countries of the crusader coalition not to hesitate. We must now focus on moving the war to the heart of the homes and cities of the crusader West and specifically America,” al-Zawahiri says in one of the audio messages.

“We call for cooperation with Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and his brothers,” he continues, “to push back the attack of the enemies of Islam.”

CNN points out that it is not clear when exactly the messages were recorded, as the al Qaeda leader makes reference to Taliban leader Mullah Omar without acknowledging his death, which suggests they may have been produced in March or April.

Al-Zawahiri criticizes IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi much like he did in 2014, accusing him of dividing the Muslim community and not listening to his directive to stay out of Syria. Al-Baghdadi has ignored all such warnings, and has instead established a “caliphate” on captured territory throughout Iraq and Syria.

“We do not acknowledge this caliphate,” al-Zawahiri says. “Instead, it is an emirate of taking over without consultation, and Muslims are not obligated to pledge allegiance to it.”

A large treasure trove of documents released by the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence in May revealed that Osama bin Laden, the founder of al-Qaeda and mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks, had warned his supporters about the formation of IS.

“You should ask them to avoid insisting on the formation of an Islamic State at the time being, but to work on breaking the power of our main enemy by attacking the American embassies in the African countries, such as Sierra Leone, Togo, and mainly to attack the American oil companies,” bin Laden tells Atiyah abd al-Rahman, a now-deceased al-Qaeda figure.

Still, in the new messages al-Zawahiri says that despite disagreements, militants need to unite against the U.S. and its allies, who have been carrying out airstrikes and supporting local ground militias that are fighting IS.

“Were I in Iraq or in Sham (Syria), I would cooperate with them in fighting the crusaders, the secularists, the Nusayris (Alawites) and the Safavids (Shiite) … because the matter is bigger than me and their claim of establishing a caliphate,” al-Zawahiri says.

He adds “unequivocally that if there is fighting between the crusaders, the Safavids, and the secularists, and any group from the Muslims and the mujahideen, including the group of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and those with him, then our only choice is to stand with the Muslim mujahideen, even if they are unjust to us.”

The Institute for the Study of War said in a statement on Sunday that any such cooperation between IS and al Qaeda would be of great worry to the U.S., but also to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and the various rebel groups fighting both Assad and IS.

“Tactical or operational cooperation between ISIS and al-Qaeda is a dangerous scenario that may lead to a spike in global terrorist attacks against Western targets and could significantly undermine coalition attempts to regain terrain from ISIS in northern Syria,” the organization said.

This collaboration has been almost a year in the planning.

On November 14, 2014, the Associated Press reported that

Militant leaders from the Islamic State group and al-Qaida gathered at a farm house in northern Syria last week and agreed on a plan to stop fighting each other and work together against their opponents, a high-level Syrian opposition official and a rebel commander have told The Associated Press.

Such an accord could present new difficulties for Washington’s strategy against the IS group. While warplanes from a U.S.-led coalition strike militants from the air, the Obama administration has counted on arming “moderate” rebel factions to push them back on the ground. Those rebels, already considered relatively weak and disorganized, would face far stronger opposition if the two heavy-hitting militant groups now are working together.

IS – the group that has seized nearly a third of Syria and Iraq with a campaign of brutality and beheadings this year – and al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria, known as the Nusra Front, have fought each other bitterly for more than a year to dominate the rebellion against Syrian President Bashar Assad.

The Associated Press reported late last month on signs that the two groups appear to have curtailed their feud with informal local truces. Their new agreement, according to the sources in rebel groups opposed to both IS and Nusra Front, would involve a promise to stop fighting and team up in attacks in some areas of northern Syria.

Cooperation, however, would fall short of unifying the rival groups, and experts believe any pact between the two sides could easily unravel. U.S. intelligence officials have been watching the groups closely and say a full merger is not expected soon – if ever. A U.S. official with access to intelligence about Syria said the American intelligence community has not seen any indications of a shift in the two groups’ strategy, but added that he could not rule out tactical deals on the ground. The official insisted on anonymity because he said he was not authorized to speak publicly about the subject.

Now, less than a year later, ISIS is still thriving, “Muslim Refugees” are invading Europe, and the president of the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama, is welcoming them to our shores.

Why?

The fact is, Obama believes that everything can be handled through “Community Organizing”.

If you remember, Obama was the first American Presidential Candidate to campaign for our Presidency, outside of our nation. All of the Main Stream Media fawned over his European campaigning as a brilliant move, while Americans were bumfuzzled at the media spectacle, trying to figure out why he would give campaign speeches to people who could not even vote for him.

Then, after he became President, one  of the first things Obama did was to go on a World Apology Tour, culminating with an “Address to the Muslim World” at the University of Cairo, in which he lauded the contributions of Muslims to world civilization and to the history of the united States of America, even though the population of Muslims in America, was only around 1% at the time.

Yeah…our Revolutionary War Hero and First President of the United States of America, Mohammed Washington…that’s the ticket!

Since then, Obama has continued to “reach out” to the Muslim World in an attempt to “Community Organize” them, even to the detriment of the country and its citizenry, whom he is supposed to be protecting.

Ambassador Christopher Stevens remains unavailable for comment.

In his zeal to appease his American voting base, and those whom he has worked so hard to “organize”, Obama pulled our troops out of the unstable, Radical Muslim nation of Iraq, in a “premature evacuation”.

Proudly announcing that “al Qaeda was on the run”, Scooter (my pet name for Obama) turned his attention to giving campaign speeches and rallying his Liberal Base, even though he was a President presiding over a tanking economy, with over 92 million Americans already gone from our workforce.

Then, it happened.

ISIS/ISIL, a Radical Muslim Terrorist Organization, with over 32 thousand adherents, invaded Iraq, killing innocent Muslims and Christians, and threatening to flood Baghdad, by blowing up an essential dam on the Euphrates River.

Obama sprang into “Community Organizing” mode once again. He sent “military advisors” to Iraq, and sent Secretary of State John “I served in Vietnam” Kerry on a European and Middle Tour to trying to get a consensus to support our actions, and to try to form a coalition to assist in the “prosecution” of ISIS/ISIL, in order for Obama to keep his promise to his Far Left Supporters that there would be “no boots on the ground” in Iraq.

Think of it as General Custer sending the Scouts first into Little Big Horn, while he sat on his horse, watching from a hill.

Yeah. The Europeans wanted no part of it, either.

However, some of the Middle Eastern Nations decided that they would join in, for their own self-protecting, mercenary reasons (Remember the Hessians in the Revolutionary War?).

President Barack Hussein Obama’s International “Street Cred” has been tarnished beyond repair after the abysmal consequences, as regards the stability of the Middle East, of  his failed Foreign Policy of “Smart Power!”

The terrifying results of Obama’s attempt at “Community Organizing” the Muslim World, including the lost of life of both innocent civilians and of America’s Brightest and best, which has dwarfed the war casualties which occurred under his predecessor, President George W. Bush, now have begun to arrive at our own shores, with Korans and prayer rugs being found at our open Southern Border, honor killings and attacks by Radical Muslims, labelled as “work place violence” by the Obama Administration. and 10,000 “refugees being transported to our cities by President Barack Hussein Obama, himself.

It is time for Obama to stop being the world’s  “Community Organizer” and to perform his duties as the President of the United States.

Which do not include welcoming our enemies into our Sovereign Country.

Until He Comes,

KJ

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2 Responses to “Leader of Al Qaeda Proposes to Unite With ISIS and Attack U.S. Cities”

  1. AesopFan Says:

    Good summary; it is frightening to see what our government, aided by a heavily complicit media, is doing to destroy not only America but the Western world.

  2. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    This is why Constitutional Carry is so Important. Got 2A?

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