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Al Qaeda’s online magazine gives crash lessons on bomb-making

New York: The Al Qaeda group released a new edition of its online magazine giving crash lessons on how to get through airport security and bomb passenger planes using homemade explosives.

According to New York Post, the militant magazine, Inspire, names American, United, Continental and Delta airlines, as well as British Airways, EasyJet and Air France, as desired targets.

The group, in its latest magazine edition, also advised its supporters to target and kill high-profile “economic personalities” like former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and “wealthy entrepreneurs or company owners” like Bill Gates.

The aim of the group is to create terror among the people of Western countries and inflict maximum damage to their economies.

The magazine gives detailed, illustrated instructions on methods of making bombs in the kitchen. It says the devices can be “hidden” not only on aircraft, but used to blow up other targets to “crush” Western economies, the report added. (ANI)

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