A special "gift" was released with the new issue (#16) of the jihadi-takfiri cyber magazine Vanguards of Khurasan (Khorasan),طلائع الخرسان , which was released yesterday: the last letter/essay from the Jordanian-Palestinian doctor, Humam (Hamam) al-Balawi, more commonly known among jihadi-takfiris by his nom de guerre "Abu Dujanah al-Khurasani (Abu Dujana Khorasani)," before his December 2009 kamikaze attack on a United States military base in Khost, Afghanistan. The attack killed seven U.S. Central Intelligence Agency operatives and a senior Jordanian intelligence officer, who was also a member of the ruling Hashemite family. Al-Balawi's letter/essay is entitled "Letter on the Evening/Night of the Martyrdom Operation of The Heroic/Gallant, Lion, Abu Dunajah al-Khurasani" and is 13 pages long (embedded below).
Vanguards of Khurasan is produced by the Al-Fajr Media Center, one of several shadowy transnational jihadi-takfiri media outfits, and the one that distributes all of the media materials for Al-Qa'ida Central (AQC) and its affiliates, Al-Qa'ida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), Al-Qa'ida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), and the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI), an umbrella organization whose largest member group is Al-Qa'ida in the Land of the Two Rivers/Iraq (AQI).
For previous posts about al-Balawi, including a statement from Al-Qa'ida Central (AQC) claiming his attack, a nasheed (religious, politically-themed song) video dedicated to him, and an essay praising him by a cyber jihadi, see HERE.
"Abu Dujanah al-Khurasani: Destroyer of Jordan's Tyrants, Slave of Al-Lat (pagan goddess of pre-Islamic Arabia)"
Dr. Humam (Hamam) al-Balawi, "Abu Dujanah al-Khurasani" (lower two photographs), the "Emigrant-Martyr/Self-sacrificer," shown with Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi (top), arguably the most influential living jihadi-Salafi religious scholar and ideologue. Al-Maqdisi lives in the industrial city of al-Zarqa near the Jordanian capital, 'Amman. Al-Balawi is described in this cyber mural as, "your harvest, O' Shaykh of Absolute Monotheism," the result of al-Maqdisi's radical activism.
Balawi, رسالة في ليلة العملية الاستشهادية (Feb. 26)
Humam al-Balawi, "Letter on the Evening of the Martyrdom Operation"