Al-Jazeera television has aired a videotape purporting to show al-Qaida's number-two leader Ayman al-Zawahiri denouncing U.S. calls for reform in the Muslim world. The speaker on the tape resembles the fugitive al-Qaida leader but U.S. intelligence officials have yet to verify the tape's authenticity. The speaker said his message was to mark the third anniversary of Muslims being taken to the U.S. prison camp for terror suspects in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He said the prison camp exposes the reality of the U.S. push for democracy in Muslim countries. He said the West will lose what he called its "new crusade" against the Islamic world and suffer tens of thousands of deaths. U.S. officials have offered 25 million dollars for information that leads to Ayman al-Zawahiri's arrest.