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Al-Qaeda admit to September 11th

A spokesperson for Al-Qaeda has admitted that his organisation was responsible for the September 11th terrorist attack on New York.

The revelation was made on a new video cassette released by the Arabic Middle East Broadcasting Centre (MBC). Suleiman Abu Ghaith claims that “We managed to reach the head of sacrilege, on its own soil”.

He adds that “God asked us to terrorise the infidel and we do terrorise the infidel…We answered the call of the oppressed in Palestine and in Chechnya”, added Abu Ghaith.

MBC claims that the video was probably made in December 2001, in which Osama Bin Laden appears with a group of supporters, congratulating himself of the economic losses suffered by the USA in the aftermath of September 11th, as he strokes his beard provocatively.

Bin Laden claims that “According to them (the Americans), Wall Street’s losses represented 16% (of their capitalisation value), and they said this was a record since the market opened 230 years ago”.

He went on to say that “One fraction of these losses is the equivalent of the budget of Sudan for 140 years”.

Timothy BANCROFT-HINCHEY PRAVDA.Ru

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