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article imageAl Qaeda publishes most wanted list 2013 for crimes against Islam

By Katerina Nikolas     Mar 3, 2013 in World
Al Qaeda's latest list of "Wanted: Dead Or Alive for Crimes Against Islam," has been published in the jihadist magazine "Inspire." Eleven names feature on the list, together with their identifying photos. Rewards are up for grabs.
The tenth issue of al Qaeda's glossy mag features the names of those whom the terrorist group considers have insulted Islam or the prophet Mohammed.
Alongside the pithy slogan “Yes we can. A bullet a day keeps the infidel away,” the pictures of the eleven most wanted are displayed. The most wanted are Koran burning pastor Terrry Jones, Stephane Charbonnie of France's Charlie Hebdoe, and a selection of right wing politicians, cartoonists.
The other nine names on the list are Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Flemming Rose, Morris Swadiq, Salman Rushdie, Girt Wilders, Lars Vilks, Carsten Luste, and Kurt Westergaard.
The propaganda magazine also carries a handy feature on how to ignite a car, as well as advising French troops to leave Mali in a special feature entitled "France, the Imbecile Invader."
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