(Worthy News) – On April 14, 2021, the pro-Al-Qaeda Jaysh Al-Malahim Al-Electroni released the second issue of its magazine Wolves of Manhattan, which included several articles inciting its supporters who live in Western countries to exploit civil unrest to carry out lone-wolf attacks.
The opening article, titled “The Lone Wolf And The Protests,” tells supporters to carry out terrorist acts under the cover of protests that are taking place in some Western countries. It identifies the U.S. and France as being among the top countries that currently suffer from civil unrest, along with Italy, Germany, and Britain.
The article provides tips on which kinds of protests are easier and more effective to infiltrate, saying that a lone wolf should choose a “massive chaotic protest” that take places daily and lasts for a long time, like post-election protests in the U.S. or protests by France’s yellow vests. [ Source: MEMRI (Read More…) ]
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