Skip to comments.New issue of jihadist magazine produced by al-Qaeda in Yemen suggests attacks on U.S.
Posted on 12/24/2014 9:02:33 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
A new issue of Inspire, the English-language online magazine produced by al-Qaedas affiliate in Yemen, is devoted to jihad on America and suggests targeting major American figures as well as Western commercial airliners, according to a report Wednesday by SITE Intelligence Group.
The issue is the 13th since Inspire was first published online in 2010. Its founder, Samir Zafar Khan, was born in Saudi Arabia to Pakistani parents but grew up in New York state.
Khan, a blogger on jihadist themes who was well-known to U.S. intelligence, is believed to have traveled to Yemen and joined al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, or AQAP, the year before the magazines debut issue....
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The earth has a serious islamic-jihad rodent problem.
“Work Place Violence”
- I’m just posting the official Obama Administration explanation ahead of time.
Have you seen their centerfold?!?... WOWSA!!
Have no fear,
More are coming here.
Yes, I have.
We refuse to face the problem and more so refuse to carry a big stick and us it. What was probably mind numbing in WW2 was Japans Introduction of the kamakazi fighter who is will to risk ultimate death and take out as any as possible for a cause, we face the same with these crazies today. I took a devastating nuclear blow to stop this insanity. We may need to think about this. What has changed is the movement has infultrated many countries of the world and while they are a minorty in these countries they will soon be the majority
global jihad bump
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