Nassar al-Awlaki may have made an online video encouraging people to follow in the footsteps of his dead son Anwar, al-Qaida's infamous online propagandist. But he wants Danger Room to know that he's not similarly calling for the deaths of Americans. He just thinks his son's message was all about peace and harmony.
Danger Room "recently misunderstood me to be endorsing violence," al-Awlaki wrote to us
through his lawyers at the American Civil Liberties Union, "but that was not what I intended, nor is that what I have ever endorsed."
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