I wonder if when you click on the link you have to keep clicking and fill out fifteen screens to wind up not getting anything but more spam in your inbox like most web ad banners. A new al Qaeda propaganda ad, headlined “Wait for the Big Surprise” was posted on the Internet today.
The web banner features a digitally altered photograph of President George Bush and Pakistan’s President Pervez Musharraf standing in front of a burning White House.
The brief clip from al Qaeda’s “as Sahab” propaganda arm juxtaposes the doctored photo of Bush and Musharraf along with previously seen images of al Qaeda’s top leadership — Osama bin Laden, Ayman al Zawahri and Adam Gadahn — as well as a photo of an SUV in a motorcade.
There is no additional information provided in the ad, and it closes with the words, “Soon — God willing,” written across the screen and repeated several times.
Seems fitting if many people out there think that terrorism is just a bumper sticker slogan that it start getting some ad banners, but they need to get a better graphic designer. Maybe some big bold text in yellow that says “We intentionally murder innocent children and civilians then run and hide in burkas”.
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