The Nine Most Terrifying Covers Of Al-Qaeda’s Magazine To Inspire Western Terrorist Attacks

The magazine, meant to inspire terrorist attacks in Western nations, offers advice to build bombs, acquire weapons, and carry out terrorist acts. The magazine also features articles such as “Losing a Friend in Jihad,” “Why Did I Choose al-Qaeda,” as well as a “Letter from the Editor.” Sections in the magazine include “History and Strategy,” “The Latest and Opinion,” “Arts and Misc.,” and a review section.

Andrew Kaczynski is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
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