Thursday, June 13, 2013

CIA Disrupts Al-Qaeda’s Online Magazine 'Inspire', All Jihad Websites Need to Be Shut Down.

MAY 14th 2013 Issue INSPIRE MAGAZINE "How Did It Come to This?” 
A "letter from the editor" declares:
Americans, you should understand this simple equation: as you kill you will be killed. The war is yet to cease, it has barely started. Yesterday it was Baghdad, today it is Boston. The question of "who and why" should be kept aside. You should be asking, "Where is next?"
The act of the two great brothers, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar, is but the true image reflected by the bloody deeds of your hands, reflected by the oppressive policies of your downtrodding regimes.
The peace you enjoyed before September 11 is merely just part of history. In other words, you will never enjoy peace until we live it practically in Palestine and all the infidel forces leave the Peninsula of Muhammad and all other Muslim lands.
U.S. intelligence operatives covertly sabotaged a prominent al-Qaeda online magazine last month in an apparent attempt to sow confusion among the group’s followers, according to officials. The operation succeeded, at least temporarily, in thwarting publication of the latest issue of Inspire, the English-language magazine distributed by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. When it appeared online, the text on the second page was garbled and the following 20 pages were blank. The sabotaged version was quickly removed from the online forum that hosted it, said independent analysts who track Islamist militant Web sites.
U.S. intelligence agencies, including the National Security Agency and the CIA, have invested heavily in cyber-capabilities in recent years. Security officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the recent operation was only the latest U.S. attempt to disrupt al-Qaeda’s online propaganda.  “You can make it hard for them to distribute it, or you can mess with the content. And you can mess with the content in a way that is obvious or in ways that are not obvious,” said one intelligence official.  


Wednesday, June 12th, 2013
Don’ t tell me that you can’t shut down Al-Qaeda websites that promote terror training on the web, like the ‘Inspire Magazine’, I’ve been doing it for years! NBC NEWS….Inspire, It is as slickly designed as any magazine you would find at the supermarket checkout line, or in the seat pocket in front of you on an airplane. It even has snappy cover headlines — teasing articles like “Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom.” And now Inspire, the recruitment magazine of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, probably has its next cover story: It allegedly helped inspire the two brothers accused of bombing the Boston Marathon.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the hospitalized suspect in the marathon attack, has told federal investigators that the brothers got information on building bombs from Inspire, law enforcement officials told NBC News. The magazine, which terrorism monitoring groups say was published for the first time in 2010, exists mostly as PDFs and obscure links passed around the Web. In the Internet era, shutting it down would be virtually impossible, terrorism experts say. (Bull Crap).

‘Inspire’ is published in English and targeted at Western audiences, particularly young readers who might have inclinations toward terrorism. One issue, published in the summer of 2010 by Samir Khan, illustrated just how closely Inspire copied the eye-catching design of American magazines. Articles about jihad are advertised in the same style that Western publications use for 30-minute recipes or sex advice.
The same 2010 issue included instructions on precisely how to use a kitchen pressure cooker, explosives and shrapnel to produce a bomb — the exact method of attack that authorities say the Tsarnaev brothers used in Boston. On the cover, the article was teased as being written by “The AQ Chef.” Inspire was the brainchild of Samir Khan (photo above), a young blogger and Photoshop whiz from Charlotte, N.C., who moved to Yemen in 2009 and leveraged his skills to help al Qaeda produce a magazine that could appeal to young would-be radicals.
Samir Khan was killed in September 2011, at age 25, by an American drone strike in Yemen that also killed Anwar al-Awlaki, a prominent radical cleric (Terrorist). Since Khan’s death, terrorism analysts said, the magazine has taken on a less professional look.
Terrorist Samir Khan Speaks From the Grave With Al Qaeda Manual Offering Tips to Western Recruits. Samir Khan was living in Charlotte NC when WBTV 3 News and I exposed his links to Al-Qaeda and the work he was doing for them online, see surveillance video at top of this post. I filed numerous complaints with the FBI about Samir Khan and his activity with Al-Qaeda while he was in Charlotte NC but no action was taken by the FBI, see Feb. 16th 2009 Samir Khan Complaint below.
Terrorist Samir Khan posted the following death threat while he was in Charlotte NC…In Sha’ Allah. The lying enemy of Allah, Bill Warner – may Allah destroy himclaimed that he was the one who shut down our blog. Let this be a testimony that this disbeliever is a liar”. “May Allah send a hurricane over his house so that he can be wiped out, humiliated. In addition, al-Thabaat forums are back up. Please visit the main page. We have dedicated a video to the return of the blog to strike fear in the heart of the Kuffaar Bill Warner“. SEE YOUTUBE VIDEO CLICK HERE
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