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Al-Qaida Calls for Lone Wolf Attacks Against US Airliners

By    |   Thursday, 25 Dec 2014 08:40 AM

The main feature of the latest edition of Inspire, al-Qaida's English-language magazine, urges continuing jihad against the United States and offers practical advice on how to make "hidden bombs" that can be smuggled onto airliners.

"We are going to continue developing the idea of lone jihad," the magazine says.

Inspire calls for attacks on Western airliners—naming specific American, British and European companies, as well as particular Americans in government and the private sector.

Elaborately illustrated instructions tell readers how to make an undetectable bomb. There are also tips for circumventing airport security. The magazine claims that this bomb cannot be sniffed out by dogs, odor-detecting machines, or metal detectors. Though it can be detected by a whole-body imaging device Inspire notes that many airports are not equipped with this machine.

Non-Muslims, particularly African-Americans, are invited to use the "simple but effective" approaches to weapons-making the magazine provides in their own struggle.

Besides offering practical ideas on how to sow terror, laudatory mentions of dead lone wolf terrorists, and repeated denunciations of Jews and Israel, the 13th issue of Inspire calls on believers to keep in mind that the ultimate purpose of all the violence is the spread of Islam and belief in Allah as the one God.

The message to non-Muslims, attributed to al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, is that "The nation of martyrdom is more eager to die than you are to live."

The current issue of the magazine, produced in Yemen, according to The Washington Post, runs 57 pages. Among the features, letting the words speak for themselves, are quotations from assorted figures.

Noam Chomsky, a veteran anti-Zionist campaigner, is quoted denouncing U.S. support for Israel. FBI director James Comey is cited warning about the dangers of self-inspired homegrown terrorists.
"The Lions of Allah who are all over the globe— some call them lone wolves— should know that they are the West's worst nightmare," the magazine says.

A previous issue of Inspire is known to have aided the 2013 Boston Marathon bombers in constructing their homemade explosive device, according to the Post.

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