Addressing the U.S. and Barack Obama, Osama bin Laden said in his final video made before his death: “America will not be able to dream of security until we live in security in Palestine. It is unfair that you live in peace while our brothers in Gaza live in insecurity.”
Bin Laden, killed by a US Navy Seal time in a hideout in Pakistan a week ago, is now considered a martyr by Al Qaeda and a slew of information intelligence about the terror network was obtained during the raid.
“Accordingly, and with the will of God, our attacks will continue against you as long as your support for Israel continues,” he warned in a message posted on Shamikh1.net, a message board for al-Qaeda communications.
“If it were possible to send you messages by way of words, we would not have had to use planes to send them to you,” he said.
“So the message we wanted to convey through the plane of our hero, the fighter Umar Farouk, may God be with him, confirms a previous message which had been sent to you by our heroes of September 11,” he said in a clear reference to the September 11, 2001 attacks against the United States and the so called “underwear bomber” that tried and failed to blow up a plane on Christmas Day.
Al Qaeda warned Friday those celebrating the death of Bin Laden would have their “blood mixed with tears…”