Osama's sound for Israel

Osama bi Laden, chief of Al Qaeda, present with his audio tape on Islamic militant Web sites. He present for 22 minutes and talk about Jihad to gainst Israel and condemned Arab governments for preventing a holy way in a new message Wednesday aimed at harnessing anger in the Mideast over Israel's Gaza offensive.

"Muslim nation, you are capable of defeating the Zionist entity with your popular capabilities and your great hidden strength - without the support of (Arab) leaders and despite the the fact that must of (the leaders) stand in the barracks of the Crusader-Zionist alliance," bin Laden said. The tape, entitled "Call for jihad to stop the aggression on Gaza. Bin Laden accused Arab leaders of "avoiding their responsibility" to liberate Palestine and told them, "If you are not convinced to fight, then open the way to those who are convinced."
Bin Laden and his lieutenants frequently use the Palestinian issue to try to rally support for al-Qaida and often call for holy war to free Jerusalem. But there has been little sign that the terror group has carried out attacks in Israel.