Lone wolves, 1.6 billion potentials out there.
Al Qaeda calls on ‘lone wolf’ jihadis to kill U.S. business leaders in their homes in a bid to dent the country’s economy – and Bill Gates is among the ‘targets’
Al Qaeda, formerly headed by Osama Bin Laden (pictured), has called on jihadis to carry out lone wolf attacks. The organisation’s magazine said jihadis should attempt to assassinate business leaders in the U.S.
- The latest issue of Inspire is devoted to the jihadis’ belief in ‘assassination’
- It calls on militants to attack America’s business leaders and entrepreneurs
- The author offers advice on how to make the attempts ‘professional’
- Bill Gates is among those pictured in article’s ‘target list of personalities’
Al Qaeda is encouraging lone wolf jihadis to kill American business leaders and entrepreneurs in a bid to dent the country’s economy.
The latest issue of Inspire, the terrorist group’s propaganda magazine, focuses on ‘assassination’, which it claims was a hallmark strategy of the Prophet’s holy war.
Describing the killings as adhering to its policy of ‘cutting the nerves and isolating the head’ of the U.S, it told followers to target those who invest wealth in the country.