miércoles, 20 de octubre de 2010

MAGS: Inspire, Jihad Global




Nueva edición de INSPIRE.
Otoño, 2010
Número 2.
Al Qaeda en Yemen y Península de Arabia (AQAP)
Sada al-Malahim
Décimo aniversario del ataque al USS Cole.
74 páginas.
En inglés.
Radical.




Número 1
Verano de 2010


Sada Al-Malahim is actually the ephemeral media branch of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula – AQAP. It is, most likely, an enterprise of Anwar al-Awlaki and his associated in Yemen, who are very skilled in using the web as a communication and propaganda tool.





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