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Samir Khan

Pakistani-American editor and publisher of Inspire, that was allegedly posted for al-Qaeda. He was wiped out inside a U.S. drone hit targeted at Anwar al-Awlaki. He became a U.S. resident, but had not been sympathetic towards the U.S. trigger, thinking that America was responsible for the Sept. 11, 2011, terrorist episodes. He refused to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. He started a blog page in 2003 while coping with his parents known as “InshallahShaheed” or Martyr, God Ready. He also had written a manual known as Expectations Complete how to be considered a effective suicide bomber. His parents had been surviving in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, when he was created, but they elevated him in Queens, NY, and later shifted with him to Westbury. He was designated by Senator Joe Lieberman among the individuals in charge of providing religious justification to carry out terrorist works.

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