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Saturday, June 04, 2011

British Intel Hacks Al-Qaeda Online Mag 'Inspire' And Replaces Samir Khan's Bomb-Making Instructions With Ellen DeGeneres Cupcake Recipe.


TELEGRAPH UK NEWS...The cyber-warfare operation was launched by MI6 and GCHQ in an attempt to disrupt efforts by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsular to recruit “lone-wolf” terrorists with a new English-language magazine, the Daily Telegraph understands.  (All Al-Qaeda terror websites need to be shut down, disrpute communication of these goons).

When followers tried to download the 67-page colour magazine, instead of instructions about how to “Make a bomb in the Kitchen of your Mom” by “The AQ Chef” they were greeted with garbled computer code.

The code, which had been inserted into the original magazine by the British intelligence hackers, was actually a web page of recipes for “The Best Cupcakes in America” published by the Ellen DeGeneres show.   It included a recipe for the Mojito Cupcake – “made of white rum cake and draped in vanilla buttercream”- and the Rocky Road Cupcake – “warning: sugar rush ahead!”  


By contrast, the original magazine featured a recipe showing how to make a lethal pipe bomb using sugar, match heads and a miniature lightbulb, attached to a timer. The cyber attack also removed articles by Osama bin Laden, his deputy Ayman al-Zawahiri and a piece called “What to expect in Jihad

British and US intelligence planned separate attacks after learning that the magazine was about to be issued in June last year.  They have both developed a variety of cyber-weapons such as computer viruses, to use against both enemy states and terrorists.

The magazine is produced by the radical preacher Anwar al-Awlaki, one of the leaders of AQAP who has lived in Britain and the US, and his associate Samir Khan from North Carolina, MORE FROM THIS SOURCE..

Inspire’s American Editor Samir Khan Gives Blueprint for Destroying Buildings Using Gas Lines And Info On The AK-47 In 4th Edition See Photos, Samir Khan Needs To Be Terminated.

NEW YORK — The latest edition of al Qaeda’s English-language web magazine offers readers a new fatwa from American-born jihadi leader Anwar al-Awlaki, instructions on how to destroy buildings using gas lines, and a primer on the AK-47 rifle, in what is Inspire’s slickest production to date.

The fourth issue of Inspire, a publication of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the terror organization’s Yemeni branch, follows three previous installments in the past year that gave instructions on the killing American civilians, and boasted about the failed “printer bomb” cargo plane plot that originated in Yemen.

 A young American citizen from Charlotte North Carolina named Samir Khan apparently began editing and publishing the on-line magazine after relocating to Yemen in late 2009.


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