Al Qaeda Claims Responsiblity for Attempted Bomb:Revenge

Al-Qadea in Arabian Peninsula claims responsibility for the attempted bombing of Delta Flight 253 on Christmas Day. The attack was in response series of raid in December at n Al-Qadea camp.  US monitor messages via SITE Intelligence a website that keeps aware of Al-Qadea doings.

On Monday Al-Qadea acknowledges that the website posting had a “technical fault”; which means the site gives bad instructions to bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab that causes the bomb not go off.

The website message  has a picture of Abdulmutallab  and statement said “Nigerian brother” broke all security barriers for his operation, dispelling the “great myth” of American intelligence.

The bomb materials including explosive PETN was developed by mujahedeen by Al Qaeda “manufacturing department,” the statement added.

A second US Monitoring site  IntelCenter confirmed the  statement.

The  posting also calls for  Muslims  in Western Military to repent for their service and calls for them to kill all “Crusaders” by all means  necessary.

The Yemen Government said Yemen would not become a haven for Al Aqeda like Afghanistan is.

“Yemen is a land of peace and security, and will never be a refuge for these terrorist murderers and drug traffickers,” the defence ministry newspaper quoted a senior security official as saying.

“Our mountains will never be a new Tora Bora for them,” the official added, referring to the Afghan hideout where US-backed Afghan opposition forces came close to capturing or killing Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in December 2001.

“We will hunt them down until we have rooted out their terrorism and cleansed Yemeni soil of their satanic crimes,” the newspaper’s 26Sep.net. quoted the official as saying.

Breitbart News has the rest of the story.

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