Monday, August 26, 2013

Economic Warfare

For over 10 years, Al Qaeda has had a detailed plan to start fires throughout the West and has published instructions for remote control ember bombs. They have been responsible for massive property damage and deaths throughout the U.S. and Europe. In order to adopt more effective strategies to fight this threat, the U.S. must begin treating these fires as a national security issue rather than a land management issue.

Spring 2012, al-Qaeda’s English-language online magazine, Inspire, published an article called “It Is of Your Freedom to Ignite a Firebomb,” which featured instructions on how to build an incendiary bomb to light forests on fire. A few months later, Russia’s security (FSB) chief, Aleksandr Bortnikov warned, ”al-Qaeda was complicit in recent forest fires in Europe” as part of the terrorists’ “strategy of a thousand cuts.” “Fire is a cheap, easy and effective tool for economic warfare” have been issued. They've included detailed instructions for constructing remote-controlled “ember bombs, and how to set fires without leaving a trace.” Fire wars are not limited to Europe and the U.S. Palestinian jihadists have been setting fire to Israel’s modest forests for many years. However, political correctness seems to override Israeli and Russian warnings of that jihadist modus operandi. How many Tzarnaevs are hiding in Colorado’s woods?


Fire Wars: June 2013 - Rachel Ehrenfeld

Rachel Ehrenfeld

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