Bin Laden slams Obama visit
As US President Barack Obama arrived in Riyadh, Al-Jazeera television aired a new audiotape from Al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden, who accused the American leader of perpetuating former president George W. Bush's policies of "antagonising Muslims."
"Obama and his administration have sowed new seeds of hatred against America," said bin Laden. "Let the American people prepare to harvest the crops of what the leaders of the White House plant in the next years and decades."
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