Al-Qaeda magazine encourages forest fire arson in US

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  1. Restless28

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    Dang, those places have winds blowing like crazy.
     

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    It doesn't take much to start any terrorist activity at any place in the world.

    The question is how can or will the recipient discourage such behaviors. Usually it's by threat of retaliation instead of prevention. How do you prevent somebody from cross the American borders? We have two coasts with thousands of miles of water fronts. We have northern and southern borders with thousands of miles of open lands.
     
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    Al Qaeda has a magazine?
     
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    Yes! Subscribe and you could win millions in the Pub. Clearinghouse sweepstakes.
     
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    Yup. Called Inspire.

    The publisher/editor had a drone missile dropped on his head about six months ago. Now the quality of the proofreading has gone downhill. I probably will not renew my subscription when it runs out.

    Seriously though, a/q puts more than a little effort into getting Muslims here worked up enough to do some jihad on their own. And it works. Suggesting starting forest fires is especially devious because while there are many who would like to follow the Qur'an and do jihad, few will do so at the cost of getting caught. Starting fires in remote areas is a low probability of getting caught.
     
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    I am pretty sure western Montana is a hot bed of Al-Qaeda activity.
     
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    i am shore their 2 member in montana are on it
     
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    Yes, young radical Arab males who barely speak English, blend in so well out there. :supergrin:
     
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    AQ's plan is to set forrest fire/arson in the U.S? As NYC seems to be AQ's favorite target, they must have read, and was inspired by, that book "A tree Grows in Brooklyn."
     
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    In the years just after 09/11, we got a lot of warnings about wildland fires proposed by terrorists. Some significant fires occurred during that time, such as strings of fires stretching from San Diego to Santa Barbara. Those warnings weren't broadcast to the public, but we did receive briefings from certain agencies about the threats.