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American Muslims Told to Leave Major U.S. Cities


— November 5, 2003

Not that I want The Legal Reader to be a mouthpiece for these medieval criminal bastards, but this is disturbing news:

An Al Qaeda Web site is running a warning issued to Muslims to leave Washington, D.C., New York City and Los Angeles because of implied imminent terrorist attacks, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute.

Titled “A Warning to Muslims in America,” the directive was issued by the previously unknown “Islamic Bayan Movement” and first ran on the Global Islamic Media Web site on Monday, according to MEMRI, which translated the communiqu�.

It has since been published on the Al Qaeda-run site Al Faroq, a MEMRI release said. The Global Islamic Media site has published several messages from Jihad groups around the world in recent months.

As of Tuesday, there had been no increase in the Pentagon’s yellow terror alert status. Yellow represents an “elevated” status on the five-point chart.

Good thing I live in San Francisco. FoxNews.com has the story here.


Not that I want The Legal Reader to be a mouthpiece for these medieval criminal bastards, but this is disturbing news:

An Al Qaeda Web site is running a warning issued to Muslims to leave Washington, D.C., New York City and Los Angeles because of implied imminent terrorist attacks, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute.

Titled “A Warning to Muslims in America,” the directive was issued by the previously unknown “Islamic Bayan Movement” and first ran on the Global Islamic Media Web site on Monday, according to MEMRI, which translated the communiqu�.

It has since been published on the Al Qaeda-run site Al Faroq, a MEMRI release said. The Global Islamic Media site has published several messages from Jihad groups around the world in recent months.

As of Tuesday, there had been no increase in the Pentagon’s yellow terror alert status. Yellow represents an “elevated” status on the five-point chart.

Good thing I live in San Francisco. FoxNews.com has the story here.

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