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New Al Qaeda Video Urges Homeland Attacks Like Boston
Sept. 11, 2001 Al Qaeda attacks and the the production of Inspire , AQAP's online Of Islam," said Inspire 's eleventh issue doubling down on the magazine ." "AQAP is putting more resources into Inspire and hoping to reach ABC News. Core al Qaeda , which is the central
Al Qaeda Mag Praises 'Great' Tsarnaev Brothers for Boston Marathon Bombing
A new edition of an al Qaeda magazine praises the Boston Marathon Previous editions of the magazine have instructed readers hands of Western troops. Inspire magazine has historically been produced by al Qaeda 's affiliate in Yemen
U.S. Says Four Americans Killed by Drones in Counterterror Strikes
names of the Americans killed by drones had previously been classified information. Samir Kahn was the publisher of Inspire magazine , which Anwar al-Awlaki edited. Abdul Rahman al Awlaki was Awlaki's son. Both were thought to be killed in the
New Terrorist Magazine Targets Obama, Drones
Associated Press found an al Qaeda guide with 22 tips on images. The new color magazine is entitled "Azan striking resemblance to Inspire , the English-language magazine published by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula Azan as they would any jihadist publication advocating
'This Week' Transcript: Warren Buffett, Powerhouse Roundtable
council. And he basically renounced al Qaeda . Now, I know there's questions voice-over): In the article in Fortune magazine , Buffett called women the key to but what are the ideas that can inspire the American people. We ran the
'This Week' Transcript: Rep. Mike Rogers, Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, and Rep. Jan Schakowsky
Goldberg of the Atlantic Magazine and our own Martha available. So you have al - Qaeda in large numbers weapons, you have al - Qaeda all over the country make sure that these al Qaeda forces don't get these guys to go to " Inspire ," to go to the
Mother of Accused Bombers Faces Her Own Legal Woes
al-Awlaki. *Even though the American-born al Qaeda figure was killed in a US drone strike more than bomb with a pressure cooker--all found in an Al Qaeda online magazine called Inspire . He told the FBI they never even tested the
'This Week' Transcript: Sen. Jack Reed, Sen. Bob Corker, Sen. Joe Manchin and Jon Huntsman
drones to deal with if there are, for example, remnants of al Qaeda to ever come back into the country. STEPHANOPOULOS: Let has literally walked in their boots. That, I think, will inspire great confidence in the military officers and enlisted men because I was struck by an article in "Foreign Affairs" magazine this month by Robert Jarvis (ph), where he pointed out
Florida Terrorism Suspect Planned New York Attack, Feds Say
lone wolf terrorist inspired by al Qaeda . Officials allege the suspect Islamic radicals affiliated with al Qaeda overseas. Prosecutors at today's hearing alleged that Qazi read Inspire Magazine , and may have been influenced
Report: CIA Arranged Bride for Terrorist in Plot to Kill Him
protecting Denmark from possible al Qaeda attacks. In this latest report her husband's death but that al Qaeda leaders had decided against says she now works with the al Qaeda on-line magazine " Inspire ," which frequently featured
Naser Jason Abdo, Ft. Hood Plotter, Gets Life in Prison
smokeless gunpowder and shotgun and pistol ammunition. A handgun, bomb-making materials and an article from the Al Qaeda magazine " Inspire " called "How to Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom" were found in his room. Two days after his arrest
Would Al Qaeda's Wildfire 'Ember Bomb' Really Work?
Al Qaeda 's bizarre plan to attack America fire officials who recently tested an al Qaeda -prescribed incendiary device. In detail in a recent edition of the al Qaeda -produced Inspire magazine under the title "It Is of Your Freedom
Bin Laden's Last Days: Like 'Hitler in the Bunker'
news coverage of himself and al Qaeda . He wrote that jihadis need United States." This week, al Qaeda 's Yemeni affiliate, al Qaeda in the Arabian peninsula of its English-language magazine " Inspire " that once again calls on
Boston Bombing: Questions Raised About Tsarnaev's Wife
Who bought the pressure cookers? Where were they stored once armed? Officials told abc news images from the al qaeda magazine " inspire " were found on the wife's computer. It's not known who downloaded them. Agents continue to track thewere they stored once armed? Officials told abc news images from the al qaeda magazine " inspire " were found on the wife's computer. It's not known who downloaded them. Agents continue to track the whereabouts of russell. Outrage continued
Al Qaeda Targets Teens for Terror
Inspire magazine doesn't go see you know magazine format PDF it's a publication ostensibly put out by al - Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula the Of the language of American magazine 's pop culture reform ask theInspire magazine doesn't go see you know magazine format PDF it's a publication ostensibly put out by al in the Arabian Peninsula the -- they -- to imaginary young American. Muslims who speak English and grew up. On video games and GQ and you know are a -- traded American teenagers and offers a -- will end. Blend. Of the language of American magazine's pop culture reform ask the kids grow up -- And this ideology it's a sort of vehicle for injecting. This ideological. The
Boston Bombing Suspects' Potential Bomb-Maker Connection
news. Investigators say the bombers like we knew more about. Bomb making then just learning about it from Al qaeda 's magazine inspire . Raising the suspicion that the older brother temelin I have. Was trained overseas what did he really dowe knew more about. Bomb making then just learning about it from Al qaeda's magazine inspire . Raising the suspicion that the older brother temelin -- I have. Was trained overseas what did he really do when visiting Russia.
Terror Alert: Forest Fires as Al Qaeda Weapon?
Brian well good morning Josh Al qaeda 's camps in Afghanistan may Montana and much of the west. Al - Qaeda says a well placed firebomb country. In its online color magazine called inspire al - Qaeda describes your freedom to igniteHere at home we're learning of a new threat looming from al - Qaeda in and is not. Big city airports that are the targets this time but rather large swaths of the American west and ABC's Brian Ross is here with the overnight details good morning to you Brian well good morning Josh Al qaeda's camps in Afghanistan may be shut down but this morning their online sites are urging followers to attack America in some disturbing new ways. Citing the forest fires in the -- California Montana and much of the west. Al - Qaeda says a well placed firebomb could terrorize large areas of the country. In its online color magazine called inspire al - Qaeda describes your freedom to ignite a fire -- And describes in detail how to build a so called -- -- and how to study wooded areas in weather maps for dangerously dry conditions. Forest fire experts say the details are precise and troubling. Given the extreme dry conditions in much of the country now. It does not seem all that far fetched a wild fire moves quite quickly. And can inflict damage -- of people have that intent it's very frightening. The online magazine also quotes what it says where the final instructions from the American born al - Qaeda leader on we're all lucky. Who was killed in a US strike last September. A lucky is quoted as saying the use of chemical and biological weapons against population senators is allowed and is strongly recommended. And the magazine also urges its followers to obtain handguns and carry out assassination plots against Americans with political and economic ramifications. American authorities say they could take down the online magazine sites at any time that -- left -- because it provides a valuable intelligence tool. Allows authorities to track those who visit
ABC News Update
The al - Qaeda terror network suffered a a He was considered. One Al qaeda 's top threats to the United He started this propaganda magazine both online and in print. That was called inspire it rallied a huge following from jihadist there and that was one ofThe al - Qaeda terror network suffered a big blow today American born terrorists and were all -- -- was killed in an air strike on his convoy in Yemen. US officials had been tracking -- -- for months and He has been linked to several attempted terrorist attacks on the United States. ABC's Dan Crawford joins us now with more on some of those plot stand. -- stepping next to Osama bin Laden a -- He was considered. One -- Al qaeda's top threats to the United States He was at the top of the terror most wanted list because He had his hands
President Obama Comments on Anwar al-Awlaki Death: Al-Awlaki Has 'Met His Demise'
further proof that al - Qaeda and its affiliates a major blow to al - Qaeda operations. What significant blow to al - Qaeda . American Jihad the cover of the magazine which still has on it it's his magazine inspire . And there isIt happened this morning He has been an extremely effective recruiter for al - Qaeda . And the president is attending. A farewell ceremony for Mike Mullen admiral Mike Mallon is chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staffabout some important news. Earlier this morning on moral. -- Leader of al - Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. Many don't they overlap though Netanyahu. -- A Milwaukee is a major blow to Al qaeda's most active operational affiliate. -- Lackey was the leader of external operations. For al - Qaeda in the Arabian -- And that role He took the lead in planning and directing efforts to murder. Innocent Americans. He directeda -- marks another significant milestone in the broader effort to defeat al - Qaeda . And its affiliates. Furthermore this success is a tribute to our intelligence community. And to -- efforts are Yemen and its security
Anwar al-Awlaki Killed: How US Got Him
taken up by the United States the al - Qaeda leader called the most dangerous in the broader effort to defeat al - Qaeda an effort that required pinpoint east terrorists sighting on line magazine inspire . A lucky once considered an inspirationbulletin today another public enemy taken up by the United States the al - Qaeda leader called the most dangerous man in the world. The American citizen Anwar Al lucky. Who used his knowledge of US cultureA -- marks another significant milestone in the broader effort to defeat al - Qaeda an effort that required pinpoint accuracy. Capabilities that they have. Allow them for example to be a mile over had the target. But for example identifies specific car even down to its license plate. Also killed in the vehicle another American citizens some they're content to edit it a -- east terrorists sighting on line magazine inspire . A lucky once considered an inspiration for the Fort Hood shooter He attempted Times Square bomber. And played a major role in