Terrorists in the closet

I normally wouldn’t post this kind of stuff because I think it only provides fodder for the “Kill Hadji” folks, but this time it’s an actual news article instead of some crazy guy rambling about terrorists coming out the closet to put the butthurt on you. (h/t sebastian)

IN a notable departure from past al Qaeda strategy, Naji recommends “countless small operations” that render daily life unbearable, rather than a few spectacular attacks such as 9/11: The “infidel,” leaving his home every morning, should be unsure whether he’ll return in the evening.

Naji recommends kidnappings, the holding of hostages, the use of women and children as human shields, exhibition killings to terrorize the enemy, suicide bombings and countless gestures that make normal life impossible for the “infidel” and Muslim collaborators.

I agree with a number of commentators that any attempts to try and implement this strategy in certain parts of the United States would likely be met with a violent response from the citizens – the problem is that the likely government reaction would be to try and disarm the very citizens defending their lives against terrorist action.


  1. “countless small operations that render daily life unbearable” – Ha! No wonder they idolize the 16th century. Doesn’t he have a car and job? We ALREADY do that, Meetings at Work, going to the DMV, undergoing HR sensitivity training, insipid TV commercials, people on cellphones commuting – the list is endless and it doesn’t break us. Sheesh!

  2. “countless small operations that render daily life unbearable”

    Isn’t this the normal MO of evangelical Islam all over the world?

  3. Sadly, any population center over about 100,000 is a de facto gun-free zone where this type of operation would go largely unhindered at the beginning. Of course, it will also have the effect of spurring more people to be armed and ready to grant a martyr’s wish.

    After a bit, I would expect any place that kept a “no weapons” sign on their door would probably go bankrupt, too.

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