In a 5-page article published in al Qaeda in Yemen’s English-language magazine, Anwar al-Awlaki, the U.S.-born jihadist who was killed last September by a missile launched from a CIA-operated drone, writes that the use of poisons of chemical and biological weapons against U.S. population centers is allowed and strongly recommended “due to the effect on the enemy”
Anwar al-Awlaki, killed in a drone attack //
Last September, missiles fired from CIA-operated drones killed two U.S. citizens in Yemen: New Mexico-born Anwar Al-Awlaki and North Carolina blogger Samir Khan, the editor of al Qaeda in Yemen English-language magazine, Inspire.
Inspire has just published its ninth issue. It contains a 5-page article which al-Awlaki wrote before he was killed. CNN reports that in the article, titled “Targeting the Populations of Countries at War With Muslims,” al-Awlaki justifies the killing of women and children and the use of chemical and biological weapons in addition to bombings and gun attacks. ... [emphasis mine]
The unapologetic religion of peace laid bare, again. Go - read the rest here.