Head lone wolf of all the lone wolf gunmen says attack some more, but don’t worry it’s not at all related to Islam

The head lone wolf of all the lone wolf gunmen has called for more attacks by the other lone wolves out there.

But we mustn’t be afraid this has nothing at all to do with Islam.

Al-Qaeda’s Yemen branch called for lone-wolf attacks against the United States and the West in a video posted Tuesday, days after the group claimed responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo killings.

One of the group’s ideologues, Nasser bin Ali al-Ansi, urged supporters to conduct what he called “individual jihad,” according to the SITE monitoring group, which tracks Islamist extremists online.

“We are preparing and lurking for the enemies of Allah. We incite the believers to do that,” Ansi is quoted as saying in the online video.

In a previous video, Ansi claimed Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula was behind the attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, the start of three days of bloodshed in France that left 17 people dead.  

Western governments say it remains unclear if AQAP directly orchestrated the violence, although they do believe one or both of the attackers spent time with jihadists in Yemen.

In the latest recording, which was presented in an interview format, Ansi recommended lone-wolf attacks as those were “more harmful.”

But, if this was not practical, then supporters should leave Western countries rather than live under the rule of “disbelievers.”

What a brilliant idea…can you start leaving like now…immediately…pronto?

US intelligence agencies portray AQAP as the most dangerous branch of the jihadist network. The group’s English-language propaganda publication had urged extremists to carry out attacks abroad, naming Charlie Hebdo’s editor-in-chief Stephane Charbonnier among a list of targets.

So we should be worried then?

Surely not…they are just mad lone wolf gunmen…not at all related to Islam.

 

– NZ Herald

 

 


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  • Wheninrome

    Why are they referred to as “lone Wolf” attacks.
    My understanding of a lone wolf is someone that has been excluded from the group as in a wolf excluded from the pack.
    These individuals are still part of a group, there needs to be another term.

    • Toasty

      They could be “Wolf Contractors”?

      • I.M Bach

        Then that could be abbreviated to WC’s. (Dirty, big-mouthed, full of crap and well deserving of being wee’d on.).

    • Mikex

      I know it doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue but how about “feral schizoid islamic cretins”.

      • I.M Bach

        If you inserted the word ‘extremist’ after ‘feral’ it could be abbreviated to FESIC, a new word for the new world.

  • timemagazine

    The Greens will protect us. Just stay calm everybody.

    • Huia

      That should do it, Wussel Bin Whinger can shout slogans at them and Goofey can spit at them, that should have the ‘lone wolves’ absolutely terrified.

  • Cadwallader

    Does anyone here know how these Islamos come by thier names? I have told my sons repeatedly since 9/11 that “bin” in this context doesn’t refer to garbage, but seriously “Ali al-Ansi” is the sort of name you’d attribute to a dolly-bird.

    • conwaycaptain

      Bin is son of and bint is daughter of

      • caochladh

        When I was growing up, “Bint” was used to define a woman of low morals, or to describe a prostitute. I had to chuckle the last time I was at the V8’s when there were a lot of gorgeous young ladies parading around with the letters BNT emblazoned on their T shirts and jackets.

        • I.M Bach

          I was given to understand that ‘bint’ was used to describe a female of lesser intellect. I think it was also used by John Cleese in an episode of Fawlty Towers when he described someone as being a ‘cloth-eared bint’. A dim-witted female who didn’t listen.

          • caochladh

            It was a term used by those I knew who had served in the Middle East during WW2 to describe the “ladies” they had met in the brothels of Cairo.

          • Wheninrome

            At least they paid the “ladies” for their favours at that time of war, I presume, rather than raping and pillaging as happens now.

          • caochladh

            From what I gathered, most if not all were run and sanctioned by the army.

          • Wheninrome

            So no difference to rape and pillage, just profit came into it, and the “ladies” were willing because they received money which was probably essential for their livelihood during a time of war, probably not a lot of other jobs around.

          • caochladh

            Explain to me how rape and pillage is the same as two willing participants having sexual relations.

          • Wheninrome

            “willing” because of necessity to feed a family during a time of war. If there had not been a war on would they have necessarily chosen the occupation, given the “Army” was running the places.

      • Wheninrome

        Bin as in “bin there” and Bint as in “where Bin has bin”.

  • pak

    Every opportunity should be taken to propagate the view that it is simply not practical for al-Ansi supporters to endure the rule of “disbelievers”, and they should quit living in Western countries forthwith. Being amongst infidels really just seems to make them too unhappy and they should be pro-active in this matter.

    • Isherman

      I’m almost surprised AQAP hasn’t issued a call for his followers to dispatch themselves to Yemen itself forthwith. With the (Shiite) Houthi’s capture of Sanaa, and de facto coup, they will no doubt be rather busy there in the short term, and the Saudi’s and Gulf states would benefit by proxy as they have real concerns about Iranian influence gaining a grip on power there.

  • Luis Cannon

    The choice for the West is containment by conventional means or full on psychological warfare. Either way casualties are inevitable. Containment has resulted in gradual and ever increasing infiltration into Western society trying to contaminate and destroy the freedoms we take for granted. Charlie Hebdo has shown us the way. Full on and unrelenting psychological warfare coupled with positive conventional strategies can destroy the Pigs of Islam once and for
    all.

  • Iera

    The 2007 film “No Country for Old Men”, written for the screen and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, and based on the 2005 novel of the same name by Cormac McCarthy, contained many themes such as principle, higher laws and fate.
    A major theme is that the code of the old West is no match for the new lone wolf assassin, who makes everyone’s rules irrelevant .

    In the time of Gallipoli, young men crossed the world to fight while those at home were supposedly “safe” – one hundred years ago.
    No longer.
    The question is: How many lone wolf attacks are needed before they are recognised as the enemy combined “behind the lines”?

    The world changes – and it will need to be acknowledged that war has too.

  • sandalwood789

    Gee, these militant Amish are really making a nuisance of themselves.

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