‘Don’t Shoot’: Al-Qaeda Magazine References Police Protests, Suggests Harlem Gas Explosion May Not Have Been Accident

The latest issue of al-Qaeda’s Inspire magazine includes notes referencing the deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner and Tamir Rice, and suggests that a March gas explosion that leveled two Harlem apartment buildings may have not been an accident.

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  • tom_billesley

    I can predict the next Inspire news flash: all black-on-black drive-by shootings are carried out by white FBI agents wearing minstrel show black face paint.

  • Frau Katze

    Their understanding of economics is close to zero. They really thought 9/11 would destroy the economy of the USA? And they think that taking down Bill Gates as an “economic target” would be a huge deal? They’re idiots (at least about that).

    The slick publication from Al-Malahem Media, the media arm of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, features a jetliner on the cover plowing through stormy clouds, with the headline “Neurotmesis: Cutting the nerves and isolating the head” — stressing that the “main goal” of 9/11 was “economy hemorrhage.”

    • Frau Katze

      9/11 was actually counter-productive. It induced huge numbers of Westerners to start finding out more about Islam. The media never spoke about it, of course.

      What a shock! “Islamophobia” took off like a rocket. Islam is now regarded by many as a disqusting, bloodthirsty cult.

      There was no need for 9/11. Islam was quietly and safely below the radar growing stronger and stronger in the West.

      People might not even dislike Islam at all without the violence. Violence was a boon in bygone days but peaceful infiltration would have worked far better in the present day.