Al-Qaida chief Ayman al-Zawahiri calls ‘Holy’ war over anti-Islam film
Amid Anti-Islamic film “Innocence of Muslims” violence over mocking of Prophet Mohhamed that fired U.S. consulate, violent protest all over the world, Al-Qaeda is planned to hit out fresh series of ‘Holy’ war in Muslim world.
Appreciating the violent protesters calling them honest to Islam, Al-Qaeda Chief Ayman al-Zawahiri urged to continue their protests in violent form against U.S, threatening everyone’s future to be danger if they insulted Prophet.
In a statement released by al-Qaeda’s media arm As-Sahab, he said, source said, “the honourable people … who stormed the US embassy in Benghazi and those who protested outside the US mission in Cairo where they replaced the US flag with that of Islam and jihad.”
Al-Zawahri refused to be stand with Washington’s persistence to permit US based film’s production under act of freedom of expression, criticizing US laws to “allow attacks on the Muslim prophet and their holy book (the Koran), in the name of freedom of expression.”
On September 11, the violent Islamist protesters stormed US consulate in Benghazi and killed the US ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three others over ‘Innocence of Muslims’ video made by an Egyptian-born US citizen Coptic-Christian Nakoula Basseley Nakoula.
After this incident, the fire of violent protest has sparked across the world, killing several people and injured more than hundreds.