Jihadis Claim Twitter Shut Down Account Of Man Behind Disseminating Alleged Deleted Segment Of Recent AQAP Video Offering Reward For Assassination Of U.S. Ambassador To Yemen, Killing Of U.S. Soldiers

January 7, 2013

On December 5, 2012, online jihadis claimed that Twitter had shut down the account of ‘Abdallah bin Muhammad (@ABDLLH_Bn_M7mmd) – the man responsible for disseminating the alleged deleted segment from the recent Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) video, which offered a reward for the assassination of U.S. Ambassador to Yemen Gerald M. Feierstein, and the killing of any U.S. soldier in Yemen.[1]

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