CIA Has an Authorized Hit on Yemen Based Terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki Now Add ex-Charlotte NC Dirtbag Samir Khan to the List. Samir Khan must be added to the hit list of the CIA assassination teams in Yemen. Barack Obama has ordered the killing of US cleric Anwar al-Awlaki by CIA assassination teams in Yemen. The Yemen-based al-Awlaki has been linked to the Fort Hood massacre and the attempt in December to blow up a Detroit-bound jet by a man wearing explosives in his underpants. The decision to add him to the US hit list required a National Security Council review because of his citizenship, Samir Khan must now be added to the hit list.
Former New Yorker Samir Khan behind graphics of new Al Qaeda recruiting magazine Inspire: officials. A slick new Al Qaeda magazine written in English to lure U.S. jihadists may be the work of a former New Yorker with an eye for graphics – and a lust for American blood. Intelligence officials see chilling similarities between a militant blog Samir Khan produced and the Internet-based magazine Inspire.
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. 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…
Federal authorities have acknowledged that ex-Charlotte NC dirtbag Samir Khan is the principal author of Inspire, Al Qaeda's first-ever English-language magazine that provides detailed bomb-making instructions and calls on followers to "destroy"
We Ran Al-Qaeda Webmaster Samir Khan Out Of Town In Charlotte NC, Now We Need To Add Samir Khan To The CIA Hit LIst For Termination in Yemen.
The inaugural issue of Inspire was released online in July 2010 by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), Al Qaeda's affiliate in Saudi Arabia and Yemen, where Khan has lived since October 2009. In the second issue, which was released in October 2010, Khan writes that he is proud to be a traitor to America and criticizes the U.S. government and its military incursions overseas. The U.S. and its allies, according to Khan, must be defeated in order to implant Islam all over the world. I am acutely aware that body parts have to be torn apart, skulls have to be crushed and blood has to be spilled, Khan writes.
Prior to moving to Yemen, Khan was a significant distributor of Jihadist propaganda on the Internet. Known online as inshaAllhashaheed (Arabic for "God willing a martyr"), Khan used various blogs to distribute English translations of Al Qaeda materials, links to videos produced by terrorist groups, and original commentary in support of violence.
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