A still image from a video released by Al-Qaeda’s media arm As-Sahab and obtained on October 26, 2012 courtesy of the Site Intelligence Group shows Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri speaking from an undisclosed location. AFP/HO/SITE
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Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri urged rival militant fighters in Syria to unite or risk death but again decried fellow militants Daesh (ISIS) as "extremists" in an audio recording posted online Sunday.In Syria, Al-Qaeda offshoot Nusra Front and Daesh are the two most powerful groups fighting government forces.On the recording, Zawahri lambasted a U.N.-backed political process to find a solution in Syria, and praised the Nusra Front, which controls most of Idlib province.Zawahri also emphasized once again the ideological divide between Al-Qaeda and Daesh.
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