Al-Qaeda magazine calls for targeting American business leaders

(From FoxNews.com)

The latest issue of al-Qaeda’s online magazine Inspire released Saturday calls on would-be jihadis to undermine the American economy by targeting business leaders and entrepreneurs, according to analysts who monitor web chatter from the jihadist organization.

The al-Qaeda journal Inspire tells would-be jihadis to undermine the American economy by targeting business leaders and entrepreneurs

The al-Qaeda journal Inspire tells would-be jihadis to undermine the American economy by targeting business leaders and entrepreneurs

The newest edition obtained by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) features a cover with the headline “Professional Assassinations” and the subhead “Home Assassinations,” with the depiction of a hooded killer watching an up-scale home from the outside.

Additional photos in the issue include one of Microsoft founder Bill Gates splatted in blood with a pistol nearby. The magazine is published by al-Qaeda’s main affiliate located in Yemen in the Arabian Peninsula. Read More

 



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