Group Threatens Al-Zarqawi Over Attacks

(AP/Washington Post) An armed vigilante group threatened on Tuesday to kill Jordanian Islamic radical Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, responsible for numerous insurgency attacks that have killed Iraqis. In a videotape sent to Al-Arabiya television, the group, which called itself the "Salvation Movement," ordered al-Zarqawi to leave the country and questioned how he could justify the killing of civilians and his threats to assassinate Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi. The emergence of the group highlights internal opposition to al-Zarqawi, who is believed to have links to al-Qaeda. "This is the last warning. If you don't stop, we will do to you what the coalition forces have failed to do," said one gunman in the video.

2004-07-07 00:00:00

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