In a video marking 20 years since the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri attacked Arab countries for “collaborating” with the United States, calling them “Zionist Arabs.” Al-Zawahiri also vowed that “Jerusalem will not be Judaized.”

The video was posted to the website of a US NGO, SITE Intelligence Group.

Al-Zawahiri named Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates as the chief “collaborators.”

The UAE, along with Bahrain, Morocco, and Sudan, made history in 2020 when they signed the Abraham Accords, normalizing ties with Israel under the auspices of the United States.

Al-Zawahiri took command of Al-Qaeda following the assassination of its longtime leader Osama bin Laden in 2011. Rumours of al-Zawahiri’s death have circulated for years, and the assessment in the West is that this video is not proof he is still alive, as he makes no mention in it of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Read more: Algemeiner

Related Articles:

Israel has drastically damaged Iran’s intelligence operations, Iranian officials say

Israel has deeply infiltrated and drastically shaken Iranian intelligence operations in recent months, a senior Iranian official told the New York Times. The report published...

Ben & Jerry’s Israel boycott CANCELLED after Unilever steps in, rejects BDS

Ben & Jerry's will no longer boycott Israel, its parent company Unilever announced on Wednesday, after reaching a settlement with the ice cream company's Israeli licensee....

‘Russia isn’t our only problem’ – Ben Wallace warns of Iran’s ‘nuclear ambitions’ in defence speech

"The threat is growing and is global and multi-domain"The British Defence Secretary, Ben Wallace, has warned of the significance of the threat from Iran in a keynote speech in which he...

Egypt warns Iran not to target Israelis inside country – Report

Egyptian security officials warned Iran not to operate on Egyptian soil to target Israelis, days after Turkey and Israel apparently thwarted attempts to target Israeli civilians in...

In world first, Israel to pipe desalinated water into Sea of Galilee

Early next year, Israel is set to become the first country in the world to channel desalinated water into a natural lake — the Sea of Galilee.One of the lowest-lying bodies of water on...

Become a member of CUFI and receive these 5 mini-books and exclusive lapel-pin