PESHAWAR (AFP) A newly released video of what appeared to be fugitive radical cleric Fazlullah shows him firing gunshots and addressing a group of suicide bombers. Fazlullah mounted a violent two-year campaign to enforce Sharia law in the northwestern district of Swat, opposing education for girls and beheading opponents until the govt ordered in thousands of troops. The 40-minute video, a copy of which was obtained by AFP, shows Fazlullah talking with a group of people whom he called suicide bombers and firing shots with a Kalashnikov assault rifle. Shot at an unknown place and time, the video was released Thursday. Fazlullah, who has a govt bounty on his head, remains at large. The government and the military are against us and you should target them, Fazlullah, who looked quite healthy in the video, told his followers. He ridiculed the governments claim that it had restored peace in Swat, saying, the army committed worst terrorism by killing innocent people in Swat. We do not concede defeat... it was our tactical retreat and part of our strategy, he said, adding: We are still active. For two years the Taliban paralysed much of the valley before a major military offensive last year in the districts of Buner, Lower Dir and Swat. Fazlullah also criticised the government for recently holding a peace festival in Swat and promoting vulgarity and obscenity. He is also shown embracing at least 10 fidayeen - suicide bombers - in the video, who were said to be ready to accomplish their mission.