He's clearly not very happy, and while the video is reasonably well produced, it lacks the logo of aQAP's al-Malahem media production arm, suggesting that the message is Awlaki speaking on his own behalf, or that they were in a hurry to get this released, or perhaps both.
The thread was three pages long by the time I showed up. There was at least one question asked about how/why the video was being distributed in a manner that at least appears to be non-standard (a question which went unanswered).
PS: reports of YouTube removing Awlaki's audio and video messages are, to the best of my knowledge, way overblown.Posted on 08 November 2010 @ 14:45
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