Fugitive terrorist Osama bin Laden is still able to send emails spreading his hate attacks throughout the world.
Despite US claims that he is trapped by its military forces, a London-based Arabic newspaper says it has received an email it believes to be from bin Laden.
The email to the Al-Quds Al-Arabi newspaper denounces Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah's Middle East peace plan and praises Palestinian suicide attacks.
Experts say that the email's style and language is identical to previous statements by bin Laden.
Prince Abdullah's Saudi initiative offers "normal relations" and security for Israel if it returns Arab lands it occupied in the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.
But the email labels the plan "a Zionist-American initiative in Saudi government clothes" and says it is "merely a trick and a conspiracy".
It further claims that bin Laden praised Palestinian suicide attacks on Israelis, and urged Muslims to join in the war against the Jewish state.
The email also said that the Jewish people would try in vain to flee, finding no refuge and "becoming exposed to exploding bodies that make them taste death, and chased by horror".
The suicide bombings in Israel and the 11 September attacks in the US are described as "the great events" in the blessed holy war.
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