Monday, March 14, 2011

Al Qaeda Goes COSMO with New Women's Magazine Al-Shamikha Which Has Ex-Charlotte NC Dirtbag Samir Khan's Paw Prints All Over it.

Al Qaeda has designed a new U.S.-style women's magazine that"offers home and beauty tips alongside testimonials from the wives of suicide bombers and female jihadists."

The magazine is called Al-Shamikha (translates to 'The Majestic Woman') and the cover of the first issue features a woman in a niqab and the barrel of a submachine gun. iNSIDE the magazine are admiring interviews with martyr's wives, alongside more traditional lady mag articles such as "the pros and cons of honey facemasks."

Al-Qaeda's glossy "Al-Shamikha" advises women to cover up and marry a martyr, the mag appears to have ex Charlotte NC dirtbag Samir Khan's paw prints all over it.  Much like Elle or Cosmopolitan, it includes advice on finding the right man ("marrying a mujahideen"), how to achieve a perfect complexion (stay inside with your face covered), and provides tips on first aid and etiquette.
This new magazine comes nine months after another Al Qaeda magazine was launched, INSPIRE,, that time in English. Inspire could be described as a general interest magazine for aspiring jihadists, that featured articles like the one titled "Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom, INSPIRE was the brainchild of ex Charlotte NC dirtbag Samir Khan.

Alongside sisterly advice such as "not [to] go out except when necessary" and to always wear a niqab for protection from the sun, the "Al-Shamikha" magazine runs interviews with martyr's wives and praises those who give their lives in the name of the editors' interpretation of Islam. "From martyrdom, the believer will gain security, safety and happiness," it says, MORE FROM THIS SOURCE...

In the "Al-Shamikha" magazine a  woman called Umm Muhanad hails her husband for his bravery after his suicide bombing in Afghanistan.  And another article urges readers to give their lives for the Islamist cause. It advises: 'From martyrdom, the believer will gain security, safety and happiness.'

The "Al-Shamikha" publication is being distributed online by the same Al-Qaeda media wing behind Inspire, a similarly slick magazine that encourages young Muslims in the West to commit terrorist atrocities and run by ex Charlotte NC dirtbag Samir Khan, MORE FROM THIS SOURCE..

The "Al-Shamikha" magazine was released by the Al-Fajr Media Center, an online distributor of al-Qaeda propaganda and published by the al-Shamikha Media Foundation media group.  The 31-page magazine, posted on jihadist forums on March 3, 2011.

Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM