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Omar Khalid vows revenge for bin Laden's death

Al Jazeera has obtained video of Omar Khalid, commander of the Taliban in the Pakistani tribal agency Mohmand and a deputy of Hakeemullah Mehsud's Taliban movement in Pakistan, vowing revenge on Pakistani and US forces for the death of Osama bin Laden.

"We will take revenge of Osama's killing from the Pakistani government, its security forces, the Pakistani ISI, the CIA and the Americans, they are now on our hit list," said Khalid.

More on Omar Khalid can be found in a December, 2010 Long War Journal report on his group's assault on Pakistani military checkpoints in Mohmand.

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