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Interview: Osama Hamdan
Al Jazeera speaks to the Hamas spokesman about Osama bin Laden's new audio tape.
Last Modified: 24 Jan 2010 18:18 GMT

In the newest Osama Bin Laden tape on Sunday, the al-Qaeda leader warned Barack Obama, the US president, that there will be more attacks on the US if it continues to support Israel.

Osama Hamdan, the spokesman for Hamas, the Palestinian political group which governs over Gaza, said that the US is not doing enough to support the Palestinian people.

However, he also said al-Qaeda's messages do not reflect the views of the Palestinian movement.

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Al Jazeera
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