EVIL jihadis have urged their fanatical followers to hand out face masks covered in poison to exploit the Covid pandemic.
A pro-Al-Qaeda media outlet released a sick new magazine called 'Wolves of Manhattan' which calls on western militants to kill "unbelievers."
In an article titled 'Ways And Means Of Exploiting the Corona Pandemic Against The Powers Of Global Unbelief' the brainwashed extremists urge readers to use the pandemic as an opportunity.
The magazine tells "the wolves of Islam" to launch attacks using face masks.
Fanatics dubbed "Allah's soldiers" are instructed to cover the protective coverings in poison and hand them out in the streets or at "stations."
They are also told to use masks and gloves in attacks to help hide their identities.
The article says: "Remember to support your religion, retaliate for your brothers in the beloved Palestine, and fulfill the promise of your imam Osama [bin Laden] that the Crusaders will never dream of security unless we have it in reality in Palestine."
Followers are also advised to carry out terror assaults using guns, knives, stones or heavy weights, bombs or by setting fire to shops and businesses.
The depraved author also mentions the "Manhattan raids" – a reference to the September 11 attacks on New York City.
Readers are then encouraged to target "every Crusader" meaning someone who does not believe in Islam while also targeting police, soldiers and wealthy business people who "pay hefty taxes" to "Crusader governments."
This comes as Al-Qaeda's second-in-command who masterminded embassy bombings was reportedly gunned down by Israeli agents on orders from the US.
Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, also known as Abu Muhammad al-Masri, is said to have been shot dead along with his daughter by two hitmen on a motorcycle in Tehran, Iran, in August.
The terrorist warlord was behind the devastating attacks on US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania that killed more than 224 people and injured thousands more in 1998.
He was reportedly killed by Israeli agents who were working on the orders of US officials, reports the New York Times.
Al-Masri was seen as a likely successor to Ayman al-Zawahiri, al-Qaeda's current boss who took over after the US killed Osama bin Laden.
It is reported US authorities had been tracking al-Masri and other al-Qaeda fighters hiding in Iran for several years.
He was reportedly killed alongside his 27-year-old daughter Miriam, who was the widow of Osama bin Laden’s son Hamza bin Laden.
Al-Masri is believed to have mentored Hamza, who was killed by the US last September.
It was reported the terrorist had been in Iran's "custody" since 2003 but had been living freely in a posh suburb of Tehran since 2015.
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