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Published on Senin, 09 Mei 2011

Al-Qaidah Tegaskan Kematian Bin Laden

Setelah beberapa hari ditungu, organisasi teroris Al-Qaidah memastikan pemimpin tertingginya Usamah Bin Ladin tewas. Al-Qaidah mengeluarkan pernyataan dalam forum Jihadist di Internet pada hari ini, Jumat 6 Mei 2011.

Pernyataan Al-Qaidah ini diluncurkan oleh SITE Intelligence Group, yang memonitor situs-situs jihad dan Islam. Al-Qaidah juga mengancam akan membalas dendam terhadap Amerika Serikat dan mengajak Pakistan untuk “berdiri” dan melakukan revolusi.

“Sebentar lagi, kebahagiaan mereka akan menjadi kesedihan, darah mereka akan bercampur dengan air mata mereka,” begitu bunyi pernyataan Al-Qaidah. Organisasi itu juga akan melanjutkan jihad tanpa sedikit pun keraguan.

Pernyataan ini dikeluarkan Al-Qaidah setelah Bin Ladin dinyatakan tewas oleh pemerintah Amerika Serikat pada Senin lalu. Bin Ladin tewas ditembak di bagian kepala oleh pasukan elit Amerika Serikat di sebuah rumah di Abbottabad, Pakistan.

Bin Ladin, 54 tahun, adalah pemimpin Al Qaidah, organisasi teroris yang berada di balik serangan 11 September 2011 yang menewaskan lebih dari 3.000 orang. Sejak peristiwa tersebut, dia menghilang dan dikabarkan bersembunyi di kawasan pegunungan antara Afganistan dan Pakistan. TEMPO Interaktif

Reuters: Al Qaeda confirms bin Laden death, vows revenge

Al Qaeda confirmed Osama bin Laden was dead on Friday, dispelling some of the fog around the killing of the “holy warrior”, and vowed to mount more attacks on the West.

The announcement by the Islamist network, which promised to publish a taped message from bin Laden soon, appeared likely to silence doubts expressed by some that he had died at all.

In a statement online, it said bin Laden’s blood “is more precious to us and to every Muslim than to be wasted in vain”.

“It will remain, with permission from Allah the Almighty, a curse that hunts the Americans and their collaborators and chases them inside and outside their country.”

Al Qaeda urged Pakistanis to rise up against their government to “cleanse” the country of what it called the shame brought on it by bin Laden’s shooting and of the “filth of the Americans who spread corruption in it”.

“Before the sheikh passed from this world and before he could share with the Islamic nation in its joys over its revolutions in the face of the oppressors, he recorded a voice recording of congratulations and advice which we will publish soon, God willing,” the militant group said.

“We warn the Americans not to harm the corpse of the sheikh or expose it to any indecent treatment or to harm any members of his family, living or dead, and to deliver the corpses to their families,” it added. U.S. officials say bin Laden’s body has been buried at sea.

Anger and suspicion between Washington and Islamabad showed no sign of dispersing.

A U.S. drone killed 17 in northwest Pakistan, despite warnings from the Pakistani military against the mounting of attacks within its borders. Islamists in the south rallied to vow revenge for the shooting of the “martyr” bin Laden. Afghan Taliban and Islamist Indonesian youths made similar threats.

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