Al-Qaida launches English propaganda magazine

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
July 1, 2010 05:57

 
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NEW YORK — Al-Qaida launched its first online propaganda magazine in English on Tuesday, a move that could help the terror group recruit inside the US and Europe.

The magazine, called Inspire, is being run by al-Qaida's branch in Yemen, which has been linked to the failed Christmas Day bombing attempt of a US-bound airliner.

The launch suggests that, as al-Qaida's core has been weakened by CIA drone airstrikes, the group hopes to broaden its reach inside the US, where officials have seen a spate of homegrown terrorists.

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