Al Qaeda 'Undetectable Bomb' Developed To Use On Targets In The United States

Al Qaeda has developed an "undectable bomb" that the terrorist group is threatening to unleash in the United States. The group is also claiming that the new bomb will breeze past airport security screeners. The Al Qaeda journal, Inspire Magazine recently printed step-by-step instructions pertaining to the undetectable bomb, according to Fox News.

The undetectable bomb instructions included in the Al Qaeda Inspire Magazine report told followers how to make the bombs by using common household and department store items. United States security official Catherine Herridge told the media that the Inspire Magazine Al Qaeda article is the first time "so many instructions all packaged together with slick marketing" have been published by the terrorist group.

The undetectable bomb instructions article also alerts Al Qaeda followers to the desired United States airlines and aviation to target. An individual referred to as the AQ Chef in the online Inspire Magazine article, is quoted as stating that the undetectable bomb was developed in 2009. "The brothers in the external operation committee did not give us the green light until recently," AQ Chef says.

The article also hints that the Al Qaeda group in the Arabian Peninsula is dedicated to building a multitude of the bombs and claims that the group has also "developed other bombs that are ore effective."

According to the AQ Chef, Al Qaeda has learned lessons from past bomb plots and assignation attempts, and United States airplane and building attacks. The lessons have reportedly led to the development to the new generation of undetectable bombs Al Qaeda is preparing to use in the West.

The Inspire Magazine article entitled, "The Hidden Bomb" encompasses a 20-page section of the Al Qaeda magazine. As excerpt from the undetectable bomb report reads, "For several months, we conducted a number of experiments. As a result we came up with these simple materials that are readily available around the globe, even inside America. We spared no effort in simplifying the idea in such we made it 'anther meal prepared in the kitchen' so that every determined Muslim can prepare."

Yahya Ibrahim, the editor of Al Qadea's Inspire Magazine, reportedly noted in a post separate from "The Hidden Bomb" article, that the terrorist group's bomb makers have been busy working on a recipe that is "something unique that can easily be prepared at home." Ibrahim apologized to Al Qaeda followers for taking nine months to produce the 13th edition of Inspire Magazine, he indicated that working on the new undetectable bomb was the publication hold-up.

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