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Al Qaeda Plans Hidden In Porn Video


CNN has obtained documents of al Qaeda plots embedded in pornographic video.

Numerous al Qaeda documents including planned plots and a projection of their future operations were found in the tapes.

Some of the plots explored the idea of capturing cruise ships and plot attacks in Europe much like the 2008 gun attacks by Pakistani militants in Mumbai.

Intelligence officials believe that a document called “Future Works” may have been the work of Younis al Maurtenia, a senior al Qaeda operative. He was captured by Pakistani police in 2011.

Yassin Musharbash, a journalist from the German newspaper Die Zeit, reported on the documents.

The documents according to Musharbash “says that we[al Qaeda] could hijack a passenger ship and use it to pressurize the public.”

He exapanded on the document by adding that cruise passengers may be executed if their demands were not met if such an attack happens.

Musharbash also adds that the documents evokes the idea that al Qaeda may be loosing its grip. Many of their attempts at terror attacks had been thwarted by Western intelligence which makes them desperate each time a plan fails.

Some of the documents suggests that al Qaeda planned to use decoys while planning bigger attacks. According to the author of the documents, this will keep security services preoccupied while it plans large-scale attacks that are synonymous to 9/11.

According to Musharbash, one thing is for certain, these documents tell us that al Qaeda has come up with new ways of attacks and are more adept at planning.

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