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31-12-04, 16:54
Terrorist or hero, love him or hate him, Sheikh Osama bin Laden has a tremendous affect of the Muslim Ummah and consequently on world events. This is a fact that is not at all lost on the enemies of Islam, those who wish to keep the Ummah weak and in particular the Bush administration who without Bin laden would have no case for war – if they ever did to begin with

JUS viewers have read many statements, listened to many audio files and watched many video files attributed to Bin Laden on our portal. We have published this material for one reason – to make it available uncut and uncensored so that readers can form their own opinions about the content of his messages and the man who is labeled America’s most wanted, not to fall victim to the quips that are designed to keep Americans and their allies at war with the Muslim world.

Over the past three years, we have translated literally hundreds of pages of Bin Laden's material, with some texts even dating back ten years that we felt were important for readers to understand Bin Laden’s motivations, such as his 1994 letter of King Fahd. In others words, we are very familiar with his writing style, his diction, his voice, his viewpoints and his Aqeedah.

In the October 24th video release Bin Laden came across as a true Statesman – a leader that the Muslim Ummah desperately needs. His statement was articulate, well delivered and addressed not only the obligations of the Muslim Ummah but the broader issues affecting the Muslims as well. This video tape surely was of great concern to Washington and its crusader allies for Bin Laden presented rational viewpoints which in fact he generally does if one reads his material uncut and uncensored. It is only when clipped out of context in mainstream media that Bin Laden comes across as a villain.

On December 16, 2004, an audio tape was released on the internet attributed to Osama bin Laden. At first listen, we had serious concerns about this tape, most notably that the speaker clearly had a different voice and while most of the content was old, the context was a significant shift from his previous positions. At the time we determined that the voice issues could be just a poor audio recording however the tape had little static and was remarkably clear from a technical perspective. Erring on the side of caution, we decided to translate the tape in its entirety, a very lengthy endeavor, in order to maintain our policy of letting viewers decide for themselves. The translation was released in four parts due to the enormity of the work and while the more we translated the more concerns we had, we felt it best to honor our agreement with readers that they make the decisions with respect to the material that appears on our pages.

That was until the release on Monday of yet another alleged audio tape that validated our concerns about the December 16th address. While we refuse to be a censored portal, we also refuse to be a voice for the American war agenda or have any part in their effort to damage to our Ummah, inshaAllah. Subsequently, we undertook analyses of both the December 16th and the December 26 audio tapes released and after much study, we conclude that it is unlikely that either of these tapes are issued by Osama bin Laden.

The following outlines in brief just some of the concerns we have about these recent tapes and how we have arrived at our conclusion.

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