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Al-Zarqawi says Shiites most dangerous

The slain terror leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi purportedly believed that Iraq’s Shiite Muslims were more dangerous than U.S. forces and more evil than dictator Saddam Hussein, according to a posthumous interview published Friday on the Internet. The 33-page interview, conducted sometime before a U.S. fighter bomber killed the former al-Qaida in Iraq leader in June, could not be immediately authenticated. It was posted on a Web site known to be a clearing-house for al-Qaida material. The posting, which comes amid ongoing sectarian violence in Iraq, said the interview had been kept in al-Qaida’s archive but did not explain why the terror group had decided to release it six months after his death. Full Story

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