After rumors of his death multiplied, Al-Zawahiri appears in a new video

September 12, 2021 by archyde

distance Rumors of his death spread Significantly, especially after the disappearance of any indications since last October that he was still alive, a new video clip of the leader of the terrorist “Al-Qaeda” organization appeared. Ayman Al-ZawahiriYesterday, Saturday, to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks that terrified the United States in 2011, leaving about 3,000 people dead.

In the hour-long video, which was published by the organization’s accounts on social media, al-Zawahiri praised a car bomb attack on January 1 in the Tal al-Saman area in Raqqa governorate in northeastern Syria, for which the “Guardians of Religion” group affiliated with al-Qaeda claimed responsibility at the time.

He also called for draining “the enemy economically and militarily,” saying, “The current stage requires us to drain the enemy so that it weeps and groans because of the economic and military bleeding, and one of the most prominent operations in this regard is Tal Al-Saman.”

US withdrawal from Afghanistan

In addition, he touched on the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, which confirms that the video is new, without talking about restoring Taliban control over Kabul.

It is noteworthy that Al-Zawahiri assumed the leadership of Al-Qaeda in 2011 after the liquidation of Osama bin Laden at the hands of US special operations forces in his hideout in Pakistan.

However, several reports indicated in October and November that He may have died of health reasons After he fell ill.

These suspicions were increased by the emergence of subsequent publications and recordings of the organization without revealing the truth about Al-Zawahiri’s situation.

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Natasha Kumar

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