Inspire, Al-Qaeda Magazine Here: The most recent planned attack using cargo bombs that was foiled by US authorities and its allies was said to be part of the Al-Qaeda micro actions aimed at creating global security and economic chaos.
In its online magazine in English version, Inspire, Al-Qaeda operatives boasted that the parcel bombs cost only a total of $4,200. The aim of the bomb is to disrupt global air cargo systems and create security chaos in the United States and all its allies.
The parcel bombs were shipped from Yemen using FedEx and United Parcel Service.
A very detailed plan of the attack was published at Inspire, the Al-Qaeda online magazine. In that article, everything was explained from the technology used, expenses, materials and the goal of the plot.
Al-Qaeda operatives shared on Inspire magazine:
"Two Nokia mobiles, $150 each, two HP printers, $300 each, plus shipping, transportation and other miscellaneous expenses add up to a total bill of $4,200. That is all what Operation Hemorrhage cost us.”
Masterminds called the whole plot as Operation Hemorrhage. And what happened, with all the response that the United States had done and all its allies, the operatives said in Inspire Magazine that it Operation Hemorrhage was a great success.
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