It’s hard to believe that an Al Qaeda leader has been able to evade authorities for more than 18 years!  Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri is still out there on social media calling for attacks on the US and other countries. Why not make it a priority to hunt this guy down? Why not treat him like we should have treated Osama bin Laden from the beginning. If Bill Clinton had taken the bin Laden threat seriously, we might not have had 9/11.

Fox News reports that in order to mark the 18th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, the terror leader called on Muslims to attack U.S., European, Israeli and Russian targets in a speech.

JihadoScope tweeted out a screenshot that should remind everyone that Muslim extremism is alive and well. They still want to destroy us.

Al Qaeda media outlet as Sahab posts new video featuring leader Ayman al zawahiri marking 18 years since #Sept11 terror attacks. Zawahiri focuses on US/ #Israel relationship in another call for global jihad, calls on Muslims to attack American, Israeli & Western interests abroad

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Multiple intelligence and terrorism monitoring services intercepted the video, in which Zawahri is said to condemn the “backtrackers” from jihad. He decries jihadists who “reformed” in jail or who have said that the 9/11 attacks were not to be lauded because innocent civilians were harmed.

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Never forget that this could happen to us again if we let our guard down.

Do you think we should go after this Al Qaeda leader like we should have gone after bin Laden in the early days?

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