Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Looking for new tips on how to best wage jihad against the decadent West? Check out the new issue of Inspire, the official English-language al Qaeda magazine—it's chock-full of great ideas for the at-home terrorist, including:
* "A random hit at a crowded restaurant in Washington, D.C., at lunch hour might end up knocking out a few government employees"
* Instructions on turning your pickup truck into "the ultimate mowing machine," by welding steel blades to the grill and "mow[ing] down the enemies of Allah" on the sidewalk "to achieve maximum carnage."
* How to make creepy cookies for Halloween
Oh, no, wait, that last one is from a different terrorist magazine.
Inspire is produced by an American-born terrorist named Samir Khan, who operates out of Yemen as part of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, and, as a company, it's already more valuable than Newsweek. Really, though, who are these guys kidding? The only way to get people to read magazines these days is Kim Kardashian nude pics.
Posted by sujonmaji at 9:17 AM
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