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theatlantic:

Al Qaeda’s New Women’s Magazine

Al Qaeda is targeting Muslim women with a brand new U.S.-style glossy magazine that offers home and beauty tips alongside testimonials from the wives of suicide bombers and female jihadists. The first 30-page issue ofAl-Shamikha was recently made available for purchase online by the Al Fajr Media Centre.

Read more at The Atlantic Wire

Wow

theatlantic:

Al Qaeda’s New Women’s Magazine

Al Qaeda is targeting Muslim women with a brand new U.S.-style glossy magazine that offers home and beauty tips alongside testimonials from the wives of suicide bombers and female jihadists. The first 30-page issue ofAl-Shamikha was recently made available for purchase online by the Al Fajr Media Centre.

Read more at The Atlantic Wire



  1. onascaleofonetoawesome reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
    This is real?
  2. soumitra reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    management lessons applied
  3. pantslessoclock reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    What.
  4. leximadison reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Really…REALLY??
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  9. v-v-f said: What the hell is the point of beauty tips for women in burqa?! (I’ve probably answered my own question…)
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  11. pol102 reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    This is bizarre on multiple levels. From
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    “…glossy magazine that offers home and beauty tips alongside testimonials from the wives of suicide bombers and female...
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  18. ohhowyouhavegrown333 reblogged this from pantslessprogressive and added:
    Interesting.
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  20. peterfeld reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    This clearly has not benefited from market testing. Generic cover lines, e.g., “Pages from the Pen of a Female Jihadist”...
  21. raptoravatar reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    *I had to double check to make sure that today wasn’t april fools day when I saw this. *Imagining an Arab version of...
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    From
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    I did my high school senior thesis on the connections between treatment of women and terrorism. This is weird to see,...
  25. luellaloves reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Wow
  26. kissing-whiskey reblogged this from pantslessprogressive and added:
    I find this disturbing on several levels, as well as intriguing. People (and by people, I mean people that Ryan and I...
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