Qaida hid attack plan in porn film

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    Over a hundred Al Qaida documents embedded inside a pornographic movie have revealed plots of carrying out terror strikes in Europe similar to the November 2008 Mumbai attacks that left 166 people dead.

    Terrorist training manuals in PDF format in German, English and Arabic were among the documents found, according to intelligence sources cited by CNN, which said it had obtained details of the documents.

    The German newspaper Die Zeit was the first to report on the discovery of the documents by German cryptologists inside the memory disk found on a suspected Al Qaida operative arrested in Berlin last year, it said.

    Interrogators questioning a 22-year-old Austrian named Maqsood Lodin, who had recently returned from Pakistan :laugh::rofl::taunt1:via Budapest, Hungary, and then travelled overland to Germany were surprised to find a digital storage device and memory cards hidden in his underpants.

    Buried inside them was a pornographic video called "Kick Ass" — and a file marked "Sexy Tanja".

    Several weeks later, German investigators discovered encoded inside the actual video a treasure trove of intelligence - more than 100 Al Qaida documents.

    One document called "Future Works" appears to have been the product of discussions to find new targets and methods of attack, CNN said. German investigators believe it was written in 2009 — and that it remains the template for Al Qaida's plans.

    A year after the document was written, European intelligence agencies were scrambling to investigate a Mumbai-style plot involving German and other European militants which sparked an unprecedented US State Department travel warning for Americans in Europe.

    In the Mumbai terror attack, 10 Pakistanis sneaked into India and launched the Nov 26-29 mayhem that killed 166 people, including many foreigners.

    "I think it is plausible to think that the 'Future Works' document is part of that particular project," investigative journalist Yassin Musharbash, a reporter with the German newspaper Die Zeit, who was the first to report on the documents, was quoted as saying.

    "The document delivers very clearly the notion that Al Qaida knows it is being followed very closely," Musharbash told CNN.

    While "Future Works" does not include dates or places, nor specific plans, it appears to be a brainstorming exercise to seize the initiative-and reinstate Al Qaeda on front pages around the world, it said. — IANS

    The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - World
     
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    Why all good and respected people have either linked or training or born or returned from pakistan:lol::lol:
     
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    Clever chaps.

    They sure knew how their chaps loved porn being segregated from women folk and only left with imagination for relief!

    It made sure that it was well watched and repeated till the message sunk home!

    Horny toads but wise ticks!
     

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