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UNSPECIFIED:This frame grab from the Saudi-owned television network MBC (Middle East Broadcasting Center) shows Suleiman Abu Ghaith, the spokesman of alleged terror mastermind Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda network, claiming responsibility for the September 11 suicide attacks in the United States in an undated videotape broadcast by the Dubai-based MBC 17 April 2002. Bin laden hailed the economic losses suffered by the US as a result of the attacks on Washington and New York in the same tape which was reportedly recorded in December. 'God ordered us to terrorize the infidels, and we terrorized the infidels,' Abu Ghaith said. AFP PHOTO/MBC (Photo credit should read AFP/Getty Images)
UNSPECIFIED:This frame grab from the Saudi-owned television network MBC (Middle East Broadcasting Center) shows Suleiman Abu Ghaith, the spokesman of alleged terror mastermind Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda network, claiming responsibility for the September 11 suicide attacks in the United States in an undated videotape broadcast by the Dubai-based MBC 17 April 2002. Bin laden hailed the economic losses suffered by the US as a result of the attacks on Washington and New York in the same tape which was reportedly recorded in December. 'God ordered us to terrorize the infidels, and we terrorized the infidels,' Abu Ghaith said. AFP PHOTO/MBC (Photo credit should read AFP/Getty Images)

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