Just in time for a wave of (mostly thwarted) homegrown U.S. terrorism: Al-Qaida has apparently launched a new magazine to move politically frustrated Muslim youth in the West down the road of violent extremism. Think of Inspire as a lifestyle rag for the conspiracy-minded takfiri, filling the inexplicably vacant media space between O: The Oprah Magazine, Popular Mechanics and the al-Qaida book Knights Under The Prophet’s Banner.
The magazine itself has a hefty feature well, reports The Atlantic’s Marc Ambinder, consistent with what any ambitious editor would want to see in a roll-out issue. Osama bin Laden himself offers his thoughts on “How to Save the World”: Blow stuff up when people disagree with you about what’s Islamic! His deputy, Ayman al-Zawahiri, shares his insights on what’s going down in Yemen.
But the anchor is a message from Anwar al-Awlaki, the New Mexico-born preacher who’s become al-Qaida’s biggest draw as an online propagandist. So much so that the Obama administration reserves unto itself the right to kill Awlaki, a U.S. citizen, without due process of law. [...]
So the unconstitutional asshat at the Marxist House seems to think it is OK to kill an American Citizen no matter his religious beliefs has given access to the hatred of Jihad. And these asshats said Bush was bad?
Good job D'ohBama! Good job. Moron.
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