Skip to comments.AQAP releases 10th copy of Inspire; features Adam Gadahn
Posted on 03/02/2013 1:44:29 AM PST by Cindy
SNIPPET: "Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has released the 10th edition of Inspire, its English language propaganda magazine that is marketed to Westerners. The magazine features an article by Adam Gadahn, the American traitor who works with al Qaeda's core leadership cadre in Pakistan."
SNIPPET: "Gadahn also advises jihadists in the West to continue "direct engagement [attacks] at home and abroad with America and its NATO parents, particularly France and Britain.""
SNIPPET: "Gadahn is believed to be based in Pakistan and is known to work with As Sahab, al Qaeda's primary propaganda production outfit. He also releases propaganda via As Sahab on occasion."
SNIPPET: "As the release of the 10th edition of Inspire shows, AQAP clearly maintains the capacity to produce the magazine, and still remains committed to attacking the West."
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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT - Listen:
“Rewards for Fugitives: Adam Gadahn (October 1, 2012)
Really? Exclusive? Shall I show you the hidden backroom where it is? Lol ;).
"The latest edition of Inspire focused on al Qaeda's view of the so-called Arab Spring. Inspire promoted two articles on the topic that are written by Gadahn and Yahya Ibrahim, a cleric who has been featured in the magazine in the past."
“AQAP releases a ‘special issue’ of Inspire magazine”
By THOMAS JOSCELYN
November 23, 2010
SNIPPET: “In a separate piece, a cleric identified as Yahya Ibrahim lays out AQAP’s strategy. “What has passed is the first of a multiphased operation,” Ibrahim writes.”
March 1, 2013
Special Announcements No.222
“AQAP Releases Issue X Of Its English-Language Magazine ‘Inspire’”
SNIPPET: “AQAP Releases Issue X Of Its English-Language Magazine ‘Inspire,’ Calling To Assassinate Top U.S., British, And French Heads Of State And Politicians”
“Al Qaeda in Yemen posts online English magazine calling for holy war”
Published March 01, 2013
SNIPPET: “The new edition includes excerpts from an interview with al Qaeda’s American spokesman, Adam Gadahn, who uses the name “Azzam the American.””
He’s dead, Jim....
He's not deadapparently.
Dead or alive, the Inspire magazine has and will continue to Inspire the jihadis globally and that is why I started this thread.
“French Translator Held for ‘Provoking Terrorism’”
September 20, 2013
SNIPPET: “A webmaster from Normandy, northern France was arrested and charged on Thursday for “provoking” and condoning terrorism. He is accused of translating articles from the jihadist magazine Inspire into French.”
SNIPPET: “The 26-year-old, identified as Romain, was detained Tuesday for his role as administrator of the Ansar al Haqq website, a “reference” for the radical Islamist movement, and as a translator of magazines put out by militant group Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), Paris prosecutors said.”
SNIPPET: “They said an investigation also found that the suspect had “an active role in the translation into French and the distribution of the tenth and 11th editions of the magazine Inspire.””