Al Qaeda offers again peace treaty with US

Al-Qaida’s U.S.-born spokesman warned President Barack Obama Sunday 20 June that the militant group may launch new attacks that would kill more Americans than previous ones.

In his message (watch the video) that dwelled on Obama’s setbacks, including the loss of Massachusetts Senate seat to the Republicans, Adam Gadahn set out al-Qaida’s conditions for peace with the U.S., including cutting support for Israel and withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.

Gadahn said that if you compared the number of dead Muslims ”with the relatively small number of Americans we have killed so far, it becomes crystal-clear that we haven’t even begun to even the score,” he said.

”You’re no longer the popular man you once were, a year ago or so,” he crowed to Obama, ascribing his drop in popularity to the escalation of the U.S. wars abroad.

Al-Qaida offered the same conditions for an end to hostilities to then President George W. Bush in 2007, including the release of all Muslim prisoners and cutting off aid to Middle East governments.

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