Audio and video messages from Al Qaeda leader Usama bin Laden since Sept. 11, 2001:

• March 19, 2008: Slams European countries for the publication of cartoons insulting to the Prophet Muhammad and promises a strong reaction, saying "the response will be what you see and not what you hear."

• Dec. 29, 2007: Warns Iraq's Sunni Arabs against fighting Al Qaeda and vows to expand the terror group's holy war to Israel.

• Nov. 29, 2007: Urges Europeans to stop helping U.S. in Afghanistan conflict, saying on audiotape that war was unfair because he was the "only one responsible" for the Sept. 11 attack.

• Oct. 22, 2007: Calls for Iraqi insurgents to unite and avoid divisive "extremism" in audiotape apparently intended to win over Sunnis opposed to the terror group's branch in Iraq.

• Sept. 20, 2007: Urges Pakistanis to overthrow President Pervez Musharraf for his alliance with U.S. against Islamic militants. Images in 23-minute video have been released before, but audio refers to recent events.

• Sept. 11, 2007: Commemorates a Sept. 11 suicide hijacker and calls on young Muslims to become martyrs in videotape that carries audio message with still image of the Al Qaeda leader.

• Sept. 7, 2007: Appears for first time in three years in 30-minute video marking sixth anniversary of Sept. 11 attack. Tells Americans they should convert to Islam if they want Iraq war to end. His beard, which previously was mostly gray, now entirely dark.

• July 1, 2006: Endorses new leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Hamza al-Muhajer, and denounces Iraqi Shiite leaders as traitors in 19-minute audiotape.

• June 30, 2006: Praises al-Muhajer's predecessor, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who was killed by U.S. airstrike. Audio message, also 19 minutes, packaged with old photo of bin Laden and images of al-Zarqawi.

• May 23, 2006: Says in audiotape that convicted terror plotter Zacarias Moussaoui had nothing to do with Sept. 11 attack.

• April 23, 2006: Accuses West of making war on Islam in audiotape and urges followers to go to Sudan to fight a proposed U.N. peacekeeping force for Darfur.

• Jan. 19, 2006: Warns in audiotape that his fighters are preparing new attacks in U.S. but offers Americans a "long-term truce" without specifying conditions.

• Dec. 28, 2004: Endorses al-Zarqawi as his deputy in Iraq and calls in hour-long audiotape for Iraqis to boycott elections.

• Dec. 16, 2004: Praises militants who attacked U.S. consulate in Saudi Arabia and calls in audiotape for militants to stop the flow of oil to the West.

• Oct. 29, 2004: Says in audiotape that U.S. can avoid another Sept. 11 attack if it stops threatening security of Muslims.

• May 6, 2004: Promises in audio message to pay rewards of gold for the killing of U.S. and U.N. officials in Iraq.

• April 15, 2004: Offers truce to European countries that do not attack Muslims, speaking on audiotape.

• Jan. 4, 2004: Says war in Iraq is the beginning of the "occupation" of Persian Gulf states for their oil. Audio message urges Muslims to keep fighting a holy war in the Middle East.

• Sept. 10, 2003: Appearing in first video in nearly two years, walks through rocky terrain with top deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri. Accompanying audio message praises the "great damage to the enemy" done by the Sept. 11 attack and mentions five hijackers by name.

• April 7, 2003: Exhorts Muslims to rise up against Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and other Arab governments it calls "agents of America." Audiotape also urges suicide attacks on U.S. and British interests.

• Feb. 13, 2003: Reads last will and testament on audiotape. Says he wants to die a martyr in a new attack on the U.S.

• Feb. 11, 2003: Tells followers to help Saddam Hussein fight U.S. troops preparing for invasion.

• Nov. 12, 2002: Threatens new terrorism against U.S. and its allies, and calls the Bush administration "the biggest serial killers in this age."

• Dec. 13, 2001: Says on videotape that the destruction of Sept. 11 attack exceeded even his "optimistic" calculations.