New jihadist magazine hopes to be explosive

A 67-page glossy of photos and text is an online recruitment tool for English-speaking jihadists


By Ashish Kumar Sen
The Washington Times

WASHINGTON, DC — Call it the new journalism... for a niche market.

Should your interests veer toward articles like "Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom" written by authors such as "The AQ Chef" and "Terrorist," there's a new magazine for you.

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