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Al Qaeda warns of 'unbearable hell'

Now that President Cheney and his trained monkey are about to reoccupy the White House, does anyopne feel safer?
Al Qaeda warns of 'unbearable hell'
Published: 6 November 2004

DUBAI: A group linked to Osama bin Laden's Al Qaeda network threatened the US with reprisals after the re-election of President George W Bush, warning of "unbearable hell", in a website statement yesterday.

"The coming days will show you that the one you preferred will lead you to an unbearable hell," said the group calling itself the Abu Hafs Al Masri Brigades after the Al Qaeda military chief killed in Afghanistan in October 2001.

It was not possible to immediately verify the statement.

The same group claimed responsibility for the train bombings in Madrid in March this year that killed 191 people in Spain's worst attack and injured another 1,900.

"Although the criminal Bush has spilt blood of Muslims during the last four years and despite the butcheries that he committed and continues to perpetrate in Afghanistan, in Palestine and in Iraq, we see that... the applause of his people is increasing," it said.

"This shows the nature of the American people who approved the war against Islam led by criminal America," it added.

The statement comes after a video message from Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden - broadcast just days ahead of the US election - warned the US of new attacks similar to those of September 11, 2001 that killed more than 3,000 people and were claimed by the network.

In the first appearance of Bin Laden for over a year, the Al Qaeda leader accused Bush of "misleading" the American people and of being negligent during the attacks, saying that the "reasons to repeat what happened" still remained.

Bush beat his rival Democrat John Kerry to win a second term in office after a campaign where national security proved a dominant issue.

The new message from the Abu Hafs Al Masri Brigades said it was of no consequence which of the candidates won the election and appeared to threaten new attacks on the US within the "next days".

"The re-election of the criminal Bush, who is no different from the other leaders of this country who have devoted their efforts to killing Muslims everywhere in the world, will not dissuade the mujahideen from striking the head of the line of infidelity," it said.


"Bush and Kerry are two sides of the same coin. Both have a dark history that will never be erased. It is the American people who will take the consequences of the politics of its president over the next four years.

"The next days will show that your support of the criminal will not bring you security and will not prevent the mujahideen from hurting you where you are. The next days will prove this."

In his first pre-election Press conference on Thursday after his resounding election victory, Bush vowed to "defeat the terrorists and to encourage freedom and democracy as alternatives to tyranny and terror."


Gulf Daily News

... 05.Nov.2004 23:01


Too late Al Ciada. We're already there.

Unbearable Hell? 05.Nov.2004 23:24

What dat

Just what exactly is an unbearable hell? Are there actually different levels of hell? An unbearable hell as opposed to a more moderate hell or the diet lite version of hell awaits you. Is this something like the "Mother of all wars" as opposed to say the Father, Brother or Sister of all wars? An unbearable hell, yeah whatever.

supreme irony 06.Nov.2004 10:55


I felt it was supremely ironic that the best video of Osama they could find before the election was one in which he claims how he himself is bad for the U.S. economy, or that he will somehow hurt the U.S. economy.

A half trillion dollars later, I don't think anyone is doubting that the specter of Osama since 9/11 has been anything but an incredible boon for the economy.

Spot the spin... 06.Nov.2004 11:37

Tony Blair's dog

""The coming days will show you that the one you preferred will lead you to an unbearable hell,""

The Bush administration will do anything trying
to prevent the election fraud to be investigated.

The Neo-con-men are desperate and dangerous.

Damn 07.Nov.2004 19:52

Madam X

Here are our choices:

1.) Buy a gun and kill yourself like the guy from Georgia (hey, it's all over)

2.) Buy a gun and kill someone else (I'm not about to give ideas here)

3.) Find someone in Canada who will marry you

4.) Find a job teaching English in China or Japan

5.) Sit tight in America and watch the fun