Thursday, October 13, 2011

Sorry, Obama, I'm not that naive...we are at war with Islam!

Inspire Magazine  ~ The following can be downloaded at "Public Intelligence" (a pdf file).   Some comments at another link at the same website would suggest that this information was designed by our own CIA in order to keep the fear factor in American citizens.  However, a New York Times article states that the Inspire Magazine is a creation of Samir Khan who was  killed in a drone strike along with the radical cleric Anwar al-Awalaki:
"..he left his comfortable life in Charlotte for Yemen, started a slick magazine for jihadists called Inspire that featured political and how-to articles..." 
In any event, the chronology is an alarming read as well as the bold assertions for any future harm  that await Americans (i.e. "and we will continue di­recting our blows towards your interests and the interests of your allies.").   The author, assumed to be Samir Khan, has an air of arrogance has he brags about his success and his methods of implementing explosive devices.  Speaking of arrogance, we have a resident in the White House who has repeated the phrase, "We are not at war with Islam."...he is so arrogant that he wishes us to believe that which is obviously not true...  Sorry, Obama, I'm not that naive.  The proof is in the details, we are at war with Islam; its written all over this document! ~ Norman E. Hooben 

Operation Hemorrhage
All praise is due to Allah and may His peace and blessings be upon His Messenger and his companions and family.

Allah says: {And let not those who disbelieve think they will escape. Indeed, they will not cause failure} [8: 59]

We, in the al Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula would like to convey to our nation the glad news and the awaited sur­prise:

We have been enabled by Allah to blowup a UPS cargo plane on the 3rd of September, 2010, after its takeoff from Dubai International Airport.

We have succeeded in bringing down the UPS plane but because the enemy’s media did not attribute the operation to us we have remained silent so we may repeat the operation. This time we sent two explosive packages, one was sent through UPS, and the other through FedEx.

We would like to ask: Why didn’t the enemy reveal the truth about what happened with the downed UPS plane? Is it because the enemy could not discover why the plane was brought down? Or was it because the Obama administra­tion wanted to conceal the truth so it doesn’t expose the failure of his administration especially that it was during an election season?

We would like to say to Obama: We have struck against your aircrafts twice within one year and we will continue di­recting our blows towards your interests and the interests of your allies.

With the praise of Allah, our developed explosive device gives the option of detonation in the air or at the point of ar­rival and it is designed to evade the latest bomb detection methods.

We would like to tell the al-Saud government that Allah has exposed your treason and collaboration with the Zionists. The packages were being sent to Jewish synagoges and yet you interfered to defend them. May Allah’s curse be upon the transgressors.

Since the two operations have succeeded, it is our plan to disseminate the idea to the mujahidin worldwide and to expand its deployment onto both Civilian aircraft in the West as well as Cargo aircraft.

Our Shaykh Usama bin Ladin, may Allah protect him, said: “If our messages can reach you by words, then they wouldn’t have traveled by planes…”

May peace and blessings be upon His Messenger and his family.
al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
11/02/2010 | Dhul Qa’dah 25 1431H

If your opponent covers his right cheek, slap him on his left. Since 9-11 the West has been stepping up defenses for its commercial aircrafts. The continuous attempts that followed 9-11 by our brother Richard Reid, the Heathrow airport plot and finally the operation of brother Umar Farouk have forced the West to spend billions of dollars to defend its airplanes. But what about cargo planes?

The air freight is a multi-billion dollar industry. FedEx alone flies a fleet of 600 aircrafts and ships an average of four million packages per day. It is a huge worldwide industry. For the trade between North America and Europe air cargo is indispensable and to be able to force the West to install stringent security measures sufficient enough to stop our explosive devices would add a heavy economic burden to an already faltering economy. We knew that cargo planes are staffed by only a pilot and a co-pilot so our objective was not to cause maximum casualties but to cause maximum losses to the American economy. That is also the reason why we singled out the two U.S. air freight companies: FedEx and UPS for our dual opera­tion.

In our discussions prior to the opera­tion we set the passage of explosive devices from any airport as a bench­mark of success. For us, blowing up the planes would have made us very pleased but according to our plan and specified objectives it was only a plus. The first package made it successfully and brought down the UPS flight in Dubai. The experiment was a brilliant success.

follow­ing operation we used a different explosive package and determined that if both packages passed through the inspection at the FedEx and UPS facilities and passed through the X-Ray systems at the airport, that would raise a worldwide alert that would force upon the West two choices: You either spend billions of dollars to inspect each and every package in the world or you do nothing and we keep trying again. The packages not only made it out of Sana'a but one of them made it all the way to London and if it was not for an intelligence tip, both devices would have deto­nated.

After the operation of brother Umar Farouk we have been experimenting with ways to bring down airplanes. We have researched the various se­curity systems employed by airports. We looked into X-Ray scanners, full body scanners, sniffing dogs and other aspects of security. The result­ing bomb was a device that we were confident that, with the will of Allah, it would pass through the most strin­gent and up-to-date security equip­ment.

We were right. The packages were inspected at the FedEx office (the deliverer reported to us that there was no checking at the UPS), they passed through the X-Ray machines at Sana’a airport, and went through the other procedures required by cargo companies. Both devices were not detected.

We are fighting a war against Ameri­can tyranny. This is a new Crusade waged by the West against Islam. Therefore we wanted to put things into proper perspective. This current battle fought by the West is not an isolated battle but is a continuation of a long history of aggression by the West against the Muslim world. In or­der to revive and bring back this his­tory we listed the names of Reynald Krak and Diego Diaz as the recipients of the packages. We got the former name from Reynald de Chatillon, the lord of Krak des Chevaliers who was one of the worst and most treach­erous of the Crusade's leaders. He fell into captivity and Salahuddeen personally beheaded him. The name we used for the second package was derived from that of Don Diego Deza, the Inquisitor General of the Spanish Inquisition after the fall of Granada who along with the Spanish mon­archy supervised the extermination and expulsion of the Muslim pres­ence on the Iberian Peninsula em­ploying the most horrific methods of torture and done in the name of God and the Church. Today we are facing a coalition of Crusaders and Zionists and we in al Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula will never forget Palestine. How can we forget it when our motto is: "Here we start and in al-Aqsa we meet"? So we listed the address of the "Congregation Or Chadash", a Gay and Lesbian synagogue on our one of our packages. The second package was sent to "Congregation B'nai Zion". Both synagogues are in Chicago, Obama's city.

We were very optimistic about the outcome of this operation. That is why we dropped into one of the boxes a novel titled, Great Expecta­tions.

Praise be to Allah and may the peace and blessings be on His Messenger.  The most important aspect of preparing for the enemy is having the proper creed. All victory is from Allah and thus we need to have true faith in Him.  
After that we need to prepare the means that are needed to fight the enemy. In this article we will go through some of the technical aspects of the explosive packages.

Metal Detection Equipment:

We have been blessed by Allah to be able to sidestep the metal detection equipment and this is evident in the operation of Umar Farouk and the operation of Abul Khayr, may Allah accept him. That capability was a result of avoiding the use of metals altogether in our detonators. We have developed five such detonators.


Good packaging and sealing of the explosive material prevents sniffing dogs or equipment from detecting the explosives. That is done by sealing the material and preventing any molecules from escaping the package, and afterwards cleaning the package thoroughly to clear off any molecules that may have dispersed during the filling of the material. We used a number of organic solvents to wash the toners from any residue that might have been on the surface.

X-Ray Equipment:

The first X-Ray machines where dual color followed by three colors and eventually six colors.  Metals show up in three colors, organic material shows up in two colors and inorganic material in one color. The color depends on the atomic number of the scanned material. There are other types of machines that we have not mentioned here but we talked about in an article by the Explosives Department and published in the twelfth issue of Sada' al-Malahem.

So how did we succeed in sidestepping the X-Ray scanners?

We used a device that contains organic, non-organic material, and metals. The  toner cartridge contains the toner which is carbon based and that is an organic material. The carbon’s molecular number is close to that of PETN. We emptied the toner cartridge from its contents and filled it with 340 grams of PETN. We then

inserted the detonator. We designed the detonator to be short so that it wouldn’t be detected and we filled it with 4 grams of Lead Azide. We connected the wires from the circuit to the toner in a way that would raise no suspicions if inspected. When the toner is inside the printer, a metal plate on the toner would touch the circuit wire.  If inspected the toner could be pulled out and would look normal without any wires sticking out. This method makes human inspection of the printer useless.

For the circuit we used a Nokia mobile phone. We removed the circuit board from the mobile and attached it next to a circuit board of the printer so if passed through a scanner the mobile circuit board would blend in with the circuit boards of the printer and even if opened it would not be recognized as a mobile since we used only the circuit board of the mobile.  The wires of the circuit also blend in well with the many wires of the printer. When the toner is pulled out the circuit is disconnected. When it is placed back the circuit is connected.  The door of the printer cannot close unless the toner is in place and this way we guaranteed that even if the printer is manually inspected, the toner must be placed back in its place otherwise the printer door would remain open.

With all the intelligence information the enemy had, they could not detect the explosives even though the printers were inspected twice in the UK.  They only discovered the explosives when they had the exact tracking number of the package.

Are X-Ray scanners sufficient for the detection of explosives?

All X-Ray machines work on the same principle: The diffraction of rays off the atom of the scanned material.  The rays pass through all material except lead which doesn’t allow the penetration of even Gamma rays.

We have studied various X-Ray scanners that are in use and those that might be deployed in the future but are too expensive to deploy now.  All these scanners work on one principle even if they are different.  In the future, new scanners could

be developed to designate specific colors for explosive material, but is this method practical? To answer this question we need to point out that explosive material contains a variety of a thousand different compounds and each of these compounds has its own molecular characteristics that are different than the rest. With such a huge variety can scanners solve this problem?
We would like to ask the Americans a question: Why try to solve the symptoms of the problem rather than the root?
Didn’t your security experts come together to find solutions for the security lapses in your airports and you spent millions of dollars in less than a year even though we already told you then that we knew the weak points of your equipment and by

the will of Allah we would be able to exploit them?   Nevertheless you were  stubborn.  But now you can see that we revealed to you a bigger security lapse than the last one and yet you are still being stubborn. The British government said that if a toner weighs more than 500 grams it won’t be allowed on board a plane. Who

is the genius who came up with this suggestion?  Do you think that we have nothing to send but printers?  Another suggestion is that the bomb maker needs to be killed. I and my brothers in the explosives department are from among the blessings of Abu Khabab al-Misri and Abu Abdul Rahman al-Muhajir who were

killed in Afghanistan. Do you think that our research will only be used by al Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula and won't be shared with other mujahidin?  

We want to say to those of reason and wisdom among you: There is no solution for you with us except if you abide by this simple equation which has been repeated to you by our Shaykh Usama bin Ladin, may Allah protect him:

Our security = Your security
And likewise:

Our insecurity = Your insecurity

If you refuse then we will continue our war against you. In the name of Allah we are preparing for you since years and we will continue on this path.

Two Nokia mobiles, $150 each, two HP printers, $300 each, plus shipping, transportation and other miscellaneous expenses add up to a total bill of $4,200. That is all what Operation Hemorrhage cost us.  In terms of time it took us three months to plan and execute the operation from beginning to end. On the other hand this supposedly "foiled plot", as some of our enemies would like to call, will without a doubt cost America and other Western countries billions of dollars in new security measures.  That is what we call leverage. A $4,200 operation will cost our enemy billions of dollars. In terms of time and effort, three months of work for a team of less than six brothers would end up costing the West hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of hours of work in an attempt to protect itself from our packages of death.
From the start our objective was economic. Bringing down a cargo plane would only kill a pilot and co-pilot. It is true that blowing up the planes in the sky would add to the element of fear and shock but that would have been an additional advantage to the operation and not a determining factor of its success.

During the initial discussions of the team it was determined that the success of the operation was to be based on two factors: The first is that the packages pass through the latest security equipment.  The second, the spread of fear that would cause the West to invest billions of dollars in new security procedures. We have succeeded in the former and we are now witnessing the inception of the latter.

We will continue with similar operations and we do not mind at all in this stage if they are intercepted.  It is such a good bargain for us to spread fear amongst the enemy and keep him on his toes in exchange of a few months of work and a few thousand bucks.  We would gladly dispense with a remote controlled device that does not require us to put a mujahid on board a plane.  For our enemies to think that intercepting such a package is evidence of their success is truly ridiculous.
What has passed is the first of a multiphase operation. The next phase would be to disseminate the technical details of our device to the mujahidin around the world to use from their respective countries. The following phase would be for us to use our connections to mail such packages from countries that are below the radar and to use similar devices on civilian aircrafts in Western countries.  We are laying out for our enemies our plan in advance because as we stated earlier our objective is not maximum kill but to cause a hemorrhage in the aviation industry, an industry that is so vital for trade and transportation between the U.S. and Europe.

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