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Topic - Adam Yahiye Gadahn
Al-Qaida's American spokesman has accused the United States of colluding with military leaders in Egypt to topple the democratically-elected president last summer, saying the U.S. supports the Egyptian army because it "protects the borders of the Jewish state."
American jihadist Adam Yahiye Gadahn appears in a new al Qaeda video urging Syrian rebels to reject Western help and turn their insurgency into a global jihad, like the one in Iraq against the U.S. occupation.
The killing of Anwar al-Awlaki, a key spokesman for al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, removes one of the global jihadist movement's most effective English-speaking recruiters from the scene.
A call by al Qaeda American spokesman Adam Gadahn for Muslim extremists living in the West to launch attacks highlights the way U.S. officials are struggling to define and meet the growing threat of homegrown terrorism and domestic radicalization.
"You have an opportunity to strike the leaders of unbelief and retaliate against them on their own soil," he told them, according to a transcript prepared by the private-sector SITE Intelligence Group.
Gadahn, who is on the FBI's most wanted list, said he was addressing militants "on the margins of [Western] society in the miserable suburbs of Paris, London and Detroit."