New Al Qaeda Video Urges Boston-Like Homeland Attacks
With how you can just walk across the border I’m surprised we haven’t been attacked more.
Check it out:
Al Qaeda’s most dangerous franchise is threatening the U.S. with renewed attempts at homeland terror attacks, while urging radicalized Americans to launch strikes like the Boston bombings and poison mail cases on their own.
The dual-pronged “Message to the American Nation” comes from a top militant in Yemen’s al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and was both warning to the U.S. and call to arms for homegrown jihadis.
The twin explosions near the finish line of the marathon on April 15 killed three people — including an 8-year-old boy — and injured more than 260 others, and was blamed on two young Muslim immigrants from Dagestan. No deaths have resulted from several cases this year involving ricin, a toxin derived from common castor beans, sent through the mail to prominent politicians.