Al-Qaeda Spokesman Adam Gadahn: Obama’s Islamic Outreach a Bald-Faced Lie (Video)

American Al-Qaeda Operative Adam Gadahn released a video for the anniversary of the 9-11 attacks.
Gadahn slammed Barack Obama over his failed Muslim outreach.
MEMRI reported:

Red Alert Politics reported:

Al-Qaida’s American-born spokesman Adam Gadahn has a message for President Obama; his outreach to Muslims has failed and that he is liar if he says America is not at war with Islam.

President Obama famously stood at Egypt’s Al-Azar University in June 2009 and told Muslims that there should be a “new beginning between the United States and Muslims” and that there should be a “spirit of tolerance and compromise.”

But Gadahn, the only American indicted for treason in the past 50 years, had words of warning for the President in a video released by al-Qaida this past week – recognize its strict interpretation of sharia (Islamic law).

“It is clear that Obama is trying to pull our leg here,” Gadahn, aka ‘Azzām al-Amrīki, said in the video addressing Obama’s comments in the same speech that America is not and never will be at war with Islam. “Even if we say that America isn’t at war with Islam, does it mean that Muslims shouldn’t be fighting America? No.

“In Islam I am not required to ask you, ‘Are you attacking me because of my religion or because you want my oil wealth?”

The President spent a good part of his Cairo speech encouraging Muslims to adopt or accept secular values, which the Islamic fundamentalists such as those in al-Qaida and the Muslim Brotherhood reject as being antithetical to Islam.

The transcript of Gadahn’s speech is here.

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