Al Qaeda issues “wanted poster” for President Trump

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A “wanted poster,” seeking the death of President Trump for the United States’ involvement in Afghanistan, has been put out by pro-al Qaeda group Al-Hijrah Media, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute, or MEMRI.

The poster features a picture of the POTUS, with the words, “Wanted dead or alive for crimes against Islam,” and came out earlier this week.

In addition to the wanted poster, the group released a statement slamming America for its continued presence in Afghanistan.

The “message to Trump and the Americans” states that the United States is “weaker today than ever” and claims that the U.S. continues to fail in its efforts to defeat jihadi groups in Afghanistan.

The group goes on to give the following message:

The U.S. was unable to defeat the Mujahideen when it had more than 100,000 troops in Afghanistan.Trump is talking about winning in Afghanistan. And Americans what do you think?? Do you have no insight? Do you not know history? Thousands of U.S. soldiers were injured and killed by the Mujahideen. Even, Obama had admitted before his retirement that America was unable to defeat the Mujahideen in Afghanistan. America has no advantage to continue the war in Afghanistan. It is clear that Trump is waging this war only for his hatred against the Muslims.

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