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    Unleash Hell: Al Qaeda magazine describes in detail how to start huge forest fires

    'Unleash Hell': New Al Qaeda magazine describes in detail how to start huge forest fires across the U.S..with instructions on how to make 'ember bombs'

    PUBLISHED: 01:18 EST, 3 May 2012 | UPDATED: 01:18 EST, 3 May 2012
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    Al Qaeda has called upon its followers to unleash massive forest fires upon the United States this summer.

    Published in the latest edition of the notorious terror magazine, 'Inspire', are graphic instructions for the creation and ignition of 'ember bombs'

    Detailed in the memorably titled, 'It is of your Freedom to Ignite a Firebomb', the magazine encourages any would-be terrorist to target Montana, because of the rapid population growth in its wooded areas.

    A fire burning out of control in a pine forest on the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation in New Mexico: Al Qaeda has issued instructions to its followers to start intentional fires in the United States

    'In America, there are more houses built in the countryside than in the cities,' explained the writer known as The AQ Chef according to ABC News.

    'It is difficult to choose a better place than in the valleys of Montana.'


    Reveling in the unsubstantiated claim that forest fires in Australia in December 2002, unleashed a heat energy equal to that of 23 nuclear bombs, the new edition of 'Inspire' wants the same destructive force unleashed on America.

    Forty people died in a forest fire in the hills around Haifa in 2010: Al Qaeda wants to unleash a similar level of destruction on the U.S according to the latest edition of 'Inspire'

    Produced by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the English language colourful magazine has released its first editions since the deaths in September 2011 of its editor Samir Khan and its star columnist Anwar al-Awlaki.

    Even though they were killed by a drone strike on September 30 in Yemen, the new editions of 'Inspire' contain the last editorial input from the deceased terrorists.

    The pair are praised inside the magazine's eighth and ninth edition as the 'spirit' and the 'tongue' of the internet publication.

    Influential in death: Anwar al-Awlaki was the driving force behind 'Inspire' up until his death in a U.S missile strike in September 2011

    Samir Khan who edited 'Inspire' was killed along with Anwar al-Awlaki in a drone attack in the Yemen in 2011

    However, it is clear that following the deaths of the American born, English speaking pair, editorial standards have slipped at 'Inspire'.

    The ninth edition's title 'Wining on the Ground' (sic) is clearly misspelt.

    Both Khan and al-Awlaki were brought up in the U.S and that allowed them to bring a touch of humour to their deadly missives on terror, as gems from previous editions such as 'Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom' proved.

    Anti-terror experts are pouring over the latest editions of 'Inspire' to confirm whether or not the hand of al-Qaeda is definitely behind it

    However, joking aside, the eighth edition contains clear advice from al-Awlaki on launching attacks on Western Countries.

    One five-page article is entitled, 'Targeting the Populations of Countries at War With Muslims' which sees al-Awlaki justify the killing of women and children and using chemical and biological weapons.

    Even though he states that women and children are not to be deliberately targeted, al-Awlaki says that if they are among 'combatants', it is 'allowed for Muslims to attack them.'

    'Muslims are allowed to target the populations of countries that are at war with Muslims by bombings or fire-arms attacks or other forms of attacks that inevitably lead to the deaths of non-combatants,' said al-Awlaki according to CNN.

    Chillingly for Western governments, especially with the 2012 London Olympics on the horizon, al-Awlaki encourages the use of weapons of mass destruction.

    'The use of poisons of chemical and biological weapons against population centers is allowed and strongly recommended due to the effect on the enemy,' explained al-Awlaki.

    'These statements of the scholars show that it is allowed to use poison or other methods of mass killing against the disbelievers who are at war with us.'

    Throughout the two new eighth and ninth editions of 'Inspire', the magazine bays its readers to attack 'main political figures' in the West and 'large strategic economic targets such as the stock exchanges, power and oil installations, airports, harbours, railroad systems etc.'

    The ninth issue of 'Inspire' magazine, Al-Qaeda's English-language magazine which surfaced Wednesday, May 2, 2012, called for firebombing campaigns in the United States and offered hand-gun training tips

    There are articles on handgun training and how to best succeed as an urban assassin.

    One article by Khan warns American Muslims that they will never be accepted in the United States and another takes a swipe at America's strained relationship with Pakistan.

    'The services of the Pakistani Army to the Crusaders are so enormous and so significant that without them the invasion and occupation of Afghanistan would have been impossible,' explained the article in 'Inspire'.

    Samir Khan and Anwar al-Awlaki were killed when their convoy was hit by American drones while traveling in Yemen in September 2011

    Both editions of the magazine run to just over 60 pages and the editorials congratulate the publication for finally making it online, eight months after al-Awlaki and Khan's deaths.

    'To the disappointment of our enemies ... we are still publishing America's worst nightmare,' wrote the editorial.

    Going on to describe its editorial aim as 'to deliver to every inspired Muslim anywhere around the world the operational know-how of carrying out attacks from within the West.'

    'Inspire' is published out of Yemen where radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki and chief Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula propagandist Samir Khan lived

    In fact, the majority of the magazines is given over to lengthy tributes to Khan and al-Awlaki.

    One writer even confirms that al-Awlaki survived one missile strike before the deadly hit in September 2011.

    'This time 11 missiles missed [their] target, but the next time the first rocket may hit it,' said a prophetic al-Awlaki.

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    SHOCK REPORT: Terrorists May Be Setting Wildfires Across American West...

    July 02, 2013/ RedFlag


    (THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER) -- Colorado's Black Forest fire is barely contained at latest reports and has killed at least two people while consuming hundreds of homes and other structures and forcing the evacuation of more than 38,000 people, but a dozen other significant fires are also burning across the country, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.
    Colorado has two other active fires besides the Black Forest blaze, while New Mexico has five, California and Oregon each have two, and Idaho has one. The NIFC has counted 19,472 fires through June 14, compared with 24,198 for the same Jan. 1-June 14 period in 2012.

    The NIFC's historical data shows suggests no consistent pattern of increase or decrease of during the past decade, but wildfires can be categorized in a variety of ways and some national security experts warn that terrorists associated with al Qaeda and other radical Muslim outfits view such conflagrations as tools in their war against the U.S., Israel and Europe.

    Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld of the New York-based American Center for Democracy's Economic Warfare Institute warns that last July "al-Qaeda's English-language online magazine, Inspire, published an article called 'It Is of Your Freedom to Ignite a Firebomb,' which featured instructions on how to build an incendiary bomb to light forests on fire.

    "A few months later, Russia's security (FSB) chief, Aleksandr Bortnikov warned, 'al-Qaeda was complicit in recent forest fires in Europe' as part of the terrorists' 'strategy of a thousand cuts.' Bortnikov spoke of 'extremist sites [that] contained detailed instructions of waging the forest jihad and stressed that such a method had proved itself effective as it inflicted both physical and moral damage, needed little training or investment and it was extremely hard for police to find and apprehend the arsonists.'

    "Since then, more fatwas advocating that 'Fire is cheap, easy and effective tool for economic warfare' have been issued. They've included detailed instructions for constructing remote-controlled 'ember bombs, and how to set fires without leaving a trace.'"

    Ehrenfeld notes that, while many of the recent wildfires in the U.S. have been attributed by law enforcement officials to arsonists none have pointed to al Qaeda as being responsibility for any of them. Even so, Ehrenfeld warns that al Qaeda isn't the only illegal outfit that might have an interest in setting wildfires in the U.S., pointing to the presence in this country of numerous Mexican gangs linked to the drug cartels.

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