Skip to comments.Al-Qaida to launch English propaganda newspaper
Posted on 06/30/2010 6:29:29 PM PDT by NormsRevenge
NEW YORK Al-Qaida is preparing to launch its first online propaganda newspaper in English, a move that could broaden the terror group's reach inside the U.S.
Counterterrorism officials and terror analysts say the newspaper, called Inspire, will be run by al-Qaida's branch in Yemen. That's the same group that's linked to the failed Christmas Day bombing of a U.S.-bound airliner.
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It’s like evil is coming at us from every single side. It’s so hard to stay positive in this day and age.
What a waste of money. They already have the NYT and Washington Post doing their bidding.
Wow ... there goes the rest of the NYTimes market.
“Al-Qaida to launch English propaganda newspaper’
I thought they already had two in operation.
The NY Times & the Washington Post.
they should just buy newsweak they wouldn’t even need to replace the staff
They already have the NYT and Washington Post doing their bidding.
LOL.. I hear ya.
An online newspaper full of Al Qaeda propaganda? There are already plenty of them!
Those two have never managed to properly explode, so no wonder they want something new.
I thought the New York Times was their paper
Ha, ha, there is that to watch for!
Let them print their newspaper. We have freedom of speech here. How about letting book stores in Saudi Arabia sell Bibles? No? I thought not.
Background link with additional info:
Don’t Open That File, Memet!
INTERNET-HAGANAH.com ^ | 30 June 2010 | n/a
Posted on June 30, 2010 3:42:11 PM PDT by Cindy
NOTE: The following SNIPPET is a quote:
DON’T OPEN THAT FILE, MEMET!
With much fanfare, al-Malahim, the media arm of al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, announced the imminent release of and then subsequently did release what they claimed was the first official English-language al-Qaida magazine. It’s called “Inspire” as in “Inspire the Believers” (as opposed to the Quranic edict to Incite the Believers. They did this with the full cooperation of the administrators of the al-Faloja forum in particular.
Interestingly, the first couple of pages of the document appear perfectly normal. Then things get weird...
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