Al Qaeda Warns of U.S. Attacks, Peace Conditions

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Al Qaeda's American-born spokesman Adam Gadahn has proposed conditions in which the terror organization would end its attacks on the U.S.

This admission came after Gadahn threatened that the terror organization would try to kill more Americans.

Gadahn said that if you compared the number of dead Muslims "with the relatively small number of Americans we have killed so far, it becomes crystal-clear that we haven't even begun to even the score," he said.

"That's why next time, we might not show the restraint and self-control we have shown up until now," he said. Even if al-Qaida was defeated, "hundreds of millions of Muslims" would still fight the U.S., he added.

In order for the terrorist group to declare peace with the U.S., Gadahn said the U.S. must end all of its trade with Israel and must bar its citizens traveling or moving there. He also demanded that America completely remove its military presence from every Muslim country.

He stated that the Democrats' loss in January of the Massachusetts U.S. Senate seat highlights the decline of President Barack Obama's popularity.

Also, Gadahn mocked Obama as "a devious, evasive and serpentine American president with a Muslim name."

"You're no longer the popular man you once were, a year ago or so," Gadahn added.

Gadahn has been wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation since 2004. There's a $1 million reward for information leading to his arrest or conviction.

Gadahn is also known as Azzam al-Amriki, which is Arabic for 'the American.'

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