This Saturday a spokesman of Al Qaeda in Yemen praised the murder of Christopher Stevens, the North American ambassador that died in Libya. The terrorist group made a calling to perform more attacks and expel the United States embassies from the Muslim nations.
The message was broadcasted through internet suggests that Al Qaeda is trying to take advantage of the violent wave of protests in the Middle East produced by an American movie that mocks the prophet Mohammed.
Although there are no evidences that link Al Qaeda to the violent demonstrations, there are currently 30 Muslim nations that have joined against the United States. A series of attacks against diplomatic missions of United States and other Western countries were registered this week. AV