The editor of Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical magazine targeted in Tuesday’s terror attack in paris that left 12 dead, was on a “Wanted: Dead or Alive” list published in the English-language al-Qaeda magazine Inspire. Editor Stéphane Charbonnier was among those killed in the massacre by heavily armed gunmen, who witnesses say called out specific names of people who worked in the Charlie Hebdo offices before killing them. Inspire Magazine was first published in the United States by Samir Khan, a naturalized citizen then living with his parents in North Carolina.
Khan soon relocated to Yemen and continued to publish Inspire under the supervision of another American Al-Qaeda member, Anwar Alwaki. Both Khan and Alwaki have since been killed by United States drone attacks, but the magazine continues to publish. After his arrest, accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev reportedy told police that Inspire gave him, and his brother Tamerlan who was killed in a shootout with police, the idea for their homemade bombs.
Al-Qaeda Propagandist Samir Khan calls PI Bill Warner The Enemy of Allah for exposing him to local news stations in Charlotte NC. Charlotte NC TV news station WBTV-3 did a 5 part expose of Samir Khan while he was living in Charlotte with his parents, Khan fled to Yemen in 2010 and became head of propaganda for Al-Qaeda.
Al-Qaeda Propaganda Video Posted By Samir Khan Threatening Private Eye Bill Warner, Khan Was Terminated by the CIA. We have dedicated a video to the return of the blog to strike fear in the heart of the Kuffaar Bill Warner”. The lying enemy of Allah is Bill Warner “may Allah destroy him”. “May Allah send a hurricane over Bill Warner’s house so that he can be wiped out, humiliated.
Former Charlotte NC man Samir Khan was behind al-Qaeda magazine “Inspire”, exposed by private investigator Bill Warner in 2010. According to CNN, the former North Carolina man who left for Yemen in 2009 wrote for an online magazine — called “Inspire.” There are nearly 70 online pages which include articles on bomb-making and encrypting electronic messages, as well as an interview with fugitive Yemeni-American cleric Anwar al Awlaki. Anwar al-Awlaki, an al-Qaida leader born in the United States, was killed after being targeted by a CIA drone strike in Yemen in September 2011. The drone strike that killed al-Awlaki also killed another U.S. citizen, Samir Khan, an al-Qaida propagandist from Charlotte NC.
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