Al Qaeda solicits murder of George Bush, Bill Clinton

Washington Times:
The latest edition of al Qaeda’s English-language online magazine Inspire urges readers to become “lone wolf” jihadists focused on assassinating current and former leaders of Western countries.

“It is easy,” an al Qaeda “consultant” writes of killing the U.S. or French president.

“These people have many weak points, especially during parties, ceremonies and election campaigns.”

In the article titled “You ask, we answer,” the consultant says that “individual mujahids” or holy warriors, who are daunted by the task of killing current world leaders should consider murdering their predecessors.

“If you think you are unable,” the consultant writes “then you have easy targets like [former U.S. Presidents George W.] Bush [and] Bill Clinton, [and former U.S. Secretaries of State] Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice, … [as well as former French President Nicholas] Sarkozy and [former British Prime Minister] Tony Blair.

“It is now easy to reach these guys, especially since they aren’t in office anymore.”

The 64-page edition of Inspire, the first since May 2012, is the tenth released by the terror group’s Yemen-based affiliate, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).
It is not as easy as they think since these guys still have Secret Service protection.  They are pushing the lone wolf strategy because they do not have the capacity to use a more effective means.


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