As thousands of Western jihadists, including hundreds of American passport holders, are getting hardened combat training in Syria and Iraq, Jihadists globally have been given instructions on how to make and detonate car bombs inside America in a new English-language magazine published by Al Qaeda. They've also been provided a new list of suggested targets for "lone-wolf" terror attacks.
Homeland Security Today previously reported that Al Malahem, the media arm of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) -- which recently signaled solidarity with the Islamic State -- released the first issue of its new magazine, Palestine – Betrayal of the Guilty Conscience, earlier this month that's designed to inspire jihadism among Muslims around the world, but especially in the West. It also implied that an attack is coming soon.
AQAP’s new targets for jihadi attacks include casinos and night clubs in Las Vegas; oil tankers and trains; Georgia Military College in Milledgeville, Georgia; the United State Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs and the General Atomics headquarters in San Diego, California. General Atomics is the manufacturer of the Predator drone that was used to kill top AQAP and other Al Qaeda members.
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