The latest issue of Al-Qaeda's Inspire magazine contains an article about using car bombs in U.S. cities as well as abroad during election seasons, both presidential and congressional, as well as on Christmas and New Years Eve.The cities and areas listed in the piece include Washington, D.C., New York, Northern Virginia, Chicago, and Los Angeles.America is our first target, followed by United Kingdom, France and other crusader countries.read more: http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/03/15/Al-Qaeda-Set-To-Attack-American-Cities-And-Abroad
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"America is our first target, followed by United Kingdom, France and other crusader countries."See how lasting a legacy the Roman Catholic crusades achieved?
How do we know that this article has not been spoon-fed to Breitbart as a conspiracy to bring fear on Americans and put them under more oppressive "laws". You have to ask yourself why internet authorities are allowing the publication of the Inspire magazine website? They have the ability to track and locate those who fund and write it. They are actively calling for conspiracy, crime, murder.Why is this allowed?Could be another in a long list of false flags just to enslave Americans, more and more. In the United Kingdom possession of the magazine is illegal. yet many sources all over the net, freely distribute Inspire Magazine's articles. Many government sites distribute it? Why? What is the purpose for distributing conspiratorial stories involving crime and murder, by government sites, no less. I smell a rat. Possession of Inspire without reasonable excuse has been successfully prosecuted under Section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000. Several people have been arrested and jailed for possessing the magazine, and copies have also been found in the possession of British terrorism suspects. Mohammed Abu Hasnath, 19, of east London, was arrested in October 2011 and sentenced in May 2012 to 14 months in jail for possessing several editions of Inspire.On December 6, 2012, Ruksana Begum, 22, of Islington, north London was sentenced to one year in prison after two editions of Inspire magazine were found on a micro SD card in her phone following an anti-terrorist raid in June of that year. Her brothers, Gurukanth Desai and Abdul Miah were sentenced to 12 and 16 years imprisonment respectively in February 2012 after pleading guilty to plot to blow up the London Stock Exchange. Passing sentence, Mr Justice Fulford stated that Begum "is of good behaviour and a good Muslim" and there was nothing to suggest she was involved in terrorist activity. He accepted that she gathered the material in an attempt to explore and understand the charges her brothers faced. After taking into account time spent on remand, Begum would be released in one month, after serving half her sentence.Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inspire_(magazine)I searched the Internet and could not find the URL for Inspire Magazine, but there are many govt and non-govt sources that quote it. It is inescapable to me how interesting it is that the magazine is quoted, but one cannot find it's URL. Can you find it? Is this propaganda being served up by another source to cause Americans to quake in their shoes and passively give up more of their freedoms? I don't know, do you know? Does anyone know if all the videos that are fed to us over the net about crimes, calamities and chaos are true? Breitbart is supposed to be authentic, but could they be unknowing patsies? Take everything over the net with a little doubt and keep your eyes on the big picture.
by ADisciple on 2014/3/16 11:13:02"America is our first target, followed by United Kingdom, France and other crusader countries."See how lasting a legacy the Roman Catholic crusades achieved?