It appears that al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has published the magazines Sada al-Malahim (The Echo of Battle) and Sada al-Jihad (The Echo of Jihad). The organization is the branch of al-Qaeda that operates primarily in Saudi Arabia.
The biggest barrier to expansion is the resistance among many homeowners to have home delivery with Al-Qaeda employees throwing the brown paper bags at their houses while screaming “Allu akbar!”
Of course, I personally cannot wait for the burkini edition. The nice thing is that you not only get special travel package offers to places like Kandahar, but a subscription gets you an immediate expense paid trip to Cuba and a material support charge.
With the demise of Gourmet Magazine, Al-Qaeda hopes to compete with such food inserts entitled “How to Prepare Ratatouille With Real Rat Over Campfires” and ‘Meals with the Mujahideen.”
The highlight is the Dear Binny column where you can write to get advice on everything from “what clashes with Kalashnikovs?” (the answer is Fall fatigues) to “Is my gum disease caused by Jews” (the answer is yes). Of course, most of the personal questions involving marriage problems generally end with the same advice: stone your wife and marry a child bride.
Of course, U.S. publications appear to be competing on the raw violent side of journalism, here.
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