Thursday, June 08, 2006

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi

He's dead. Here's what he was fighting for. We shouldn't overlook it. He took four hours to explain it.
In a four-hour sermon, excerpts of which were played on Arab-language television, Zarqawi exhorted Sunnis to come to the defense of their sect against Shiite enemies he called "snakes" and "traitors."

"Sunnis, wake up, pay attention and prepare to confront the poisons of the Shiite snakes, who are afflicting you with all agonies since the invasion of Iraq until our day," Zarqawi said, according to a translation by the Associated Press. "Forget about those advocating the end of sectarianism and calling for national unity."
PJ Media is following it extensively.

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