Sheik Zindani, a prominent cleric and tribal figure on America's most wanted terror list, is known for his radical interpretation of Islam and sympathy for al-Qaida.
His son's calls for Jihad, Aden Times reporters, includes instructions for his followers to rally to Ansar al-Sharia, an offshoot of al-Qaida in the southern province of Abyan, to fend off "American-led military intervention on Muslim land."
It is the second time since March that Mohamed al-Zindani issued calls for jihad, Mareb Press reported, singling out as a target U.S. Ambassador to Yemen Gerard Feierstein.
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