Samir Khan Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula “Expectations Full” Jihadi Manual

The following document entitled “Expectations Full” was reportedly authored by Samir Khan, a U.S. citizen who was killed in a drone strike in Yemen last year along with Anwar al-Awlaki.  The document details what potential Jihadis should expect and bears a great deal of similarity to Inspire magazine, which was also reportedly authored by Khan.  After several new issues of Inspire magazine surfaced online in early May, the following document has also recently appeared online with an acknowledgement of the death of Samir Khan.  We encourage readers to scrutinize the authenticity of the material provided in this publication.  We have removed password protection from the PDF to enable easier analysis, but have left the files’ original metadata intact.  Due to past incidents with law enforcement, we must emphasize that this material is provided, as always, for educational and informational purposes.

Al-Malahem Media

  • 15 pages
  • April 2012
  • 20.6 MB

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5 comments for “Samir Khan Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula “Expectations Full” Jihadi Manual

  1. Ted
    May 15, 2012 at 1:58 pm

    God Damn… isn’t there an old folks home for useless psy-ops people???
    Fuckin A man! Die already!

  2. a US libertarian
    May 27, 2012 at 6:05 am

    Psy op. Also an assassination of a U.S. citizen, Samir Khan, without due process.

    tl; dr:

    OBAMA REGIME CLAIMS AUTHORITY TO HAVE YOU WHACKED AND EXCERCISES THIS “AUTHORITY” REGULARLY

  3. Tototo
    June 10, 2013 at 3:57 pm

    The most brilliant conspiracy worthy of the name is exactly that theorized by the official version of the U.S. government on the events of September 11. Tell me a bit if it is not an exemplary conspiracy: A malicious very small group of individuals (19 hijackers), trained in an afghan cave by the current head of the Spectrum … uh, I mean al-Qaeda (excuse the slip, I was used that secret bases in the caves of exotic countries are those enemies of James Bond, and serve only to explode into huge fireworks to impress the viewer that the film is about to be completed), conspire to attack by surprise the most powerful country in the world on 11 September 2001, in order to teach him a lesson.
    Well, this is what may be called a conspiracy.

  4. Allah
    June 12, 2013 at 2:57 pm

    Allah Akbar. Yeah man that’s how you get on a NSA watch list.

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