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Dark Wire: Pro-al Qaeda magazine tells readers to distribute poisoned masks, torch ‘cars of the crusaders’

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The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) discovered that a recently-released issue of a pro-al Qaeda magazine, Jaysh Al-Malahem Al-Electroni,encouraged readers to exploit the COVID-19 virus and use it as a weapon against the western world.

The article, “Ways And Means Of Exploiting the Corona Pandemic Against The Powers Of Global Unbelief”, was sent out on Telegram and Twitter and was first published on November 26. The target audience: “lone wolves”

“Remember to support your religion, retaliate for your brothers in the beloved Palestine, and fulfill the promise of your imam Osama [bin Laden] that the Crusaders will never dream of security unless we have it in reality in Palestine,” an excerpt of the article reads, according to MEMRI.

One tool that the publication is urging readers to use when carrying out attacks are masks. First, “lone wolves” can use masks to carry out attacks while hiding their identities, according to the publication, which was translated by MEMRI. Second, “lone wolves” can offer “poisoned masks” to “crusaders.”

To read the full report on TheDarkWire.com, click here.

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Taliban Holds Parade for 250 Newly Trained Soldiers with American-Made Weapons Left Behind

As the result of an ill-prepared withdrawal that went horribly wrong, the Taliban now holds a large stock of weapons and equipment left behind.

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On Sunday, Taliban forces held a very bone-chilling parade showing off their captured American-made armored military vehicles and Russian helicopters. The act was “a display that showed their ongoing transformation from an insurgent force to a regular standing army” writes CNN.

The Taliban are no longer terror insurgents fighting against American forces that had once freed Afghanistan from the Taliban. As the result of an ill-prepared withdrawal that went horribly wrong, the Taliban now holds a large stock of weapons and equipment left behind.

The parade was part of a graduation for 250 newly trained Taliban soldiers, said defense ministry spokesman Enayatullah Khwarazmi. CNN reports, “The exercise involved dozens of US-made M117 armored security vehicles driving slowly up and down a major Kabul road with MI-17 helicopters patrolling overhead. Many soldiers carried American-made M4 assault rifles.”

Tragically, much of the weaponry taunted in the parade by Taliban forces were supplied by the United States to the American-backed government in Kabul during the past two decades. The equipment was to aid an Afghan national force and make it capable of fighting the Taliban.

As forces fled Afghanistan, some of the military equipment provided by western forces was flown into Central Asian Countries in an attempt to avoid it landing in the hands of the Taliban. It remains unclear exactly how much of what did end up in Taliban control is still operational.

American troops destroyed over 70 aircraft and dozens of armored vehicles, as well as disabled air defenses before flying out of Kabul during the frenetic evacuation. CNN reports “Taliban officials have said that pilots, mechanics and other specialists from the former Afghan National Army would be integrated into a new force, which has also started wearing conventional military uniforms in place of the traditional Afghan clothing normally worn by their fighters.”

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