Islamic State’s lone-wolf tactics inspire al Qaeda’s most dangerous threat to West

Al Qaeda’s most dangerous branch office is focusing more on the single-jihadi terrorist business, muscling in on operations advocated by its Sunni extremist competitor, the Islamic State group.

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), with headquarters in Yemen, recently sent out tactical guidance for followers on how to copy the carnage inflicted by the lone attacker who drove a truck into a crowd and then stabbed a security guard in the shadow of the British Parliament in London.

The Yemeni branch is widely seen as al Qaeda’s most dangerous franchise because of its focus on attacking the U.S. homeland. It strives to build bombs that can be secreted onto airliners.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Sodom and Gomorrah let the deejay play.

  • Martin B

    It’s time for Trump to drop another Muslim Obliterating Air Blast.

  • DaninVan

    The stupidity of their strategy, continuing with it that is, is that it’s not working.
    It’s having the exact opposite effect for which it’s intended. Scales are slowly being lifted from the sheeples’ eyes and support for anti terrorism is rapidly growing.
    Is anybody even listening to the sob sisters anymore?
    (In my own personal experience I’m hearing anti Muslim sentiments being expressed

    by friends and neighbours who wouldn’t have dreamed of making anti-Islam/Islamic immigrant comments even a year ago.)

    The death of PC can’t come soon enough…