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Everything you wanted to know about Jihad, but were too afraid to ask. Straight from the horse's mouth

Everything you wanted to know about Jihad, but were too afraid to ask. Straight from the horse's mouth

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Published by Tarek Fatah
“39 Ways to Serve and Participate in Jihad” is a field guide of latter day jihadi terrorists, written in Arabic in Saudi Arabia in 2003 and later translated by an American Muslim, Tarek Mehanna from Sudbury, Massachusetts who was sentenced to seventeen and a half years in prison for paying a visit to Yemen to join a terrorist training camp. He was also convicted for helping to distribute "39 Ways" online to prospective jihadi terrorists.
“39 Ways to Serve and Participate in Jihad” is a field guide of latter day jihadi terrorists, written in Arabic in Saudi Arabia in 2003 and later translated by an American Muslim, Tarek Mehanna from Sudbury, Massachusetts who was sentenced to seventeen and a half years in prison for paying a visit to Yemen to join a terrorist training camp. He was also convicted for helping to distribute "39 Ways" online to prospective jihadi terrorists.

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Published by: Tarek Fatah on Jan 27, 2014
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