Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Al-Qa'ida in the Arabian Peninsula's Al-Malahem Media Releases New Issue (#6) of Inspire Magazine

Al-Qa'ida in the Arabian Peninsula's (AQAP) media outlet, the Al-Malahim (Malahem; Epics) Media Foundation, has released the sixth issue of its English-language Internet magazine Inspire, edited by the American Samir Khan. The new issue features an article by Khan entitled, "Sadness, Contentment, & Aspiration" about the killing ("martyrdom") of Al-Qa'ida Central founder Usama bin Laden on May 2 in Pakistan. It also features a new photograph of the radical American Muslim preacher Anwar al-'Awlaqi.

A letter from editor Yahya Ibrahim explains the delay in the publication of the new issue as being the result of unrest in Yemen.

A "special thanks" is given to Tehrik-i Taliban Pakistan for its "revenge attacks" in the name of Usama bin Laden, raising the question why AQC or its official affiliates have yet to launch a major "revenge attack" of their own.


A PDF copy of the issue can be downloaded via these NON-militant URLs:




The password is: H9IKhfkhsTY23TJghdHJND



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