In a two-hour video, released on Friday 06/03/2011 urging Muslims who live in the USA to take advantage of the easy access to firearms and buy guns to kill Americans, Adam Yahiye Gadahn, an American-born spokesman for the terror network, cited America as an example where Muslims in the West have tools at their disposal for a holy war against “the enemies of Islam.”

“America is absolutely awash with easily obtainable firearms,” said Gadahn, who is known as Azzam al-Amriki. “You can go down to a gun show at the local convention center and come away with a fully automatic assault rifle without a background check and most likely without having to show an identification card.

“So what are you waiting for?” he asked in a matter-of-fact tone.

The extended video reportedly shows the logos of Exxon, Merrily Lynch and Bank of America. Gadahn seeks to assure would-be terrorists that striking these targets isn’t difficult.

“Getting to these criminals isn’t as hard as you might think,” he said. “I mean, we’ve seen how a woman knocked the Pope to the floor during Christmas mass, and how Italian leader Berlusconi’s face was smashed during a public appearance. So it’s just a matter of entrusting the matter to Allah and choosing the right place, the right time and the right method.”

The video comes one month after U.S Navy Seals  shot and killed Osama Bin Laden in Abbottabad Raid on 05/01/2011 night.

For more than two years, maybe because of lack of other options, Al Qaeda spokesmen, in all languages, through all channel available is urging lone Muslims, not affiliated to Islamic militant organizations, to take the initiative, to use whatever they have and to attack their Western surroundings. The most protruding example is the Frankfurt Shooting in Germany, carried out by Arid Uka on 03/02/2011. Altogether the success of those inexperienced and not trained “ lone wolf ” is limited and only few dozens, out of many millions, responded actively to the call.
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