Al-Qaeda vows further bloodshed in Iraq

Al-Qaeda in Iraq has reportedly named a new ‘‘war minister’’ and promised more attacks on the country’s Shi’ite population, following the deadly round of violence last week that targeted the length of the country.

15th May, 2010

Al-Qaeda in Iraq has reportedly named a new ‘‘war minister’’ and promised more attacks on the country’s Shi’ite population, following the deadly round of violence last week that targeted the length of the country.

‘‘The matter has become unbearable . . . a long, gloomy night and dark days coloured in blood lie ahead,” read a statement posted on internet forums by al-Qaeda’s al-Nasser Lideen Allah Abu...

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