"No honor for us except with jihad"; France and Algeria's rulers are shown, with images of 'Abd al-Malik Droukdal (Drukdal), a.k.a. Abu Mus'ab 'Abd al-Wadoud (Wadud), the amir (leader) of AQIM, formerly the Salafi Group for Preaching and Combat.
Al-Qa'ida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM; Qaeda, Qaida) issued a statement about the "martyrdom" of the Islamic State of Iraq's two senior leaders, Abu 'Umar al-Baghdadi and Abu Hamza al-Muhajir (Abu Ayyub al-Masri), early today on jihadi-takfiri web sites. With the exception of the ISI itself, of which Al-Qa'ida in the Land of the Two Rivers/Iraq (AQI) is the largest member group, AQIM is the first regional affiliate of Al-Qa'ida Central (AQC) bearing the "Al-Qa'ida" name to issue condolences to the ISI.
AQIM consoles transnational jihadi-takfiris on the deaths of al-Baghdadi and al-Muhajir, urges them to support the ISI in its time of need, and warns the "Crusaders" and "hypocrites" (those Muslims, the majority, who do not support AQC's and its affiliates' ideology) that the "blood of our martyrs" will simply be "fuel" for the continuation of its militaristic jihad (struggle).
AQIM..Martyrdom of Baghdadi & Muhajir (April 29)