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-"[[Letter to America]]" is a letter by [[Osama Bin Laden]] sent in November 2002. 
-In this letter, Bin Laden explicitly stated that [[al-Qaeda]]'s motives for their attacks include: Western support for attacking Muslims in [[Somalia]], supporting Russian atrocities against Muslims in [[Chechnya]], supporting the [[India]]n oppression against Muslims in [[Kashmir]], the Jewish aggression against Muslims in [[Lebanon]], [[Operation Southern Watch|the presence of US troops in Saudi Arabia]], and [[Iraq sanctions|sanctions against Iraq]]. 
-Excerpts: "fornication, homosexuality, intoxicants" " reject the immoral acts" "AIDS as a Satanic American Invention" 
 +# A federal subject of [[Russia]] located in the Northern Caucasus mountains.
==See also== ==See also==
-* [[Motives for the September 11 attacks]]+*[[Anti-gay purges in Chechnya]]
- +* [[Abdoullakh Abouyedovich Anzorov]]
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  1. A federal subject of Russia located in the Northern Caucasus mountains.

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