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How to be a terrorist

Killing Is Easier that You Thought!

The following is from a training manual entered as evidence in the Manhattan trial of four men accused of planning the 1998 bomb attacks on the US embassies in Kenya
and Tanzania. The manual was found in the apartment of one of Osama bin Laden's followers. Here are two excerpts, one on self-made poisons and another on the religiously correct killing of hostages.
Warning: If you put these informations into practice it may get you into serious trouble with the authorities (at least in some places).

Assassination with Poison

We will limit the discussion to poisons that the holy warrior can prepare and use without endangering his health.

Castor beans. The substance ricin, an extract of castor beans, is considered one of the most deadly poisons: 0.035 milligram inhaled or injected in a vein is enough to kill someone. It is a simple operation to extract ricin, and castor beans can be obtained from nurseries throughout the country.

Precatory beans. The herbal poison abrin, extracted from precatory beans, is very similar to ricin. The seeds of this plant are red and black and are used in prayer beads.

Water hemlock. A lethal dose is 3.2 grams. It has a palatable taste and is very similar to parsnip.

Tobacco. There is enough nicotine in three cigarettes to kill a man. If eaten, sixty to seventy milligrams of pure nicotine will kill a person within an hour.

Potato sprout. Both rotten and green, contains solanine.

Dimethyl sulfoxide can be found with horse breeders or veterinarians. Mix poison with this substance, and when the enemy touches it he will die slowly within fifteen minutes to an hour.

Poisoning from eating spoiled food. Since 0.000028 gram will kill a person, this poison is absolutely lethal.
How to prepare spoiled food. Fill a pot with corn and green beans. Put in a small piece of meat and about two spoonfuls of fresh excrement. Pour the water into the pot until there is surface tension at the lip of the pot. Cover the pot tightly. If you do that correctly, there will be no air trapped in the pot. Leave the pot in a dark, moderately warm room for fifteen days. At the end of that period, you will notice a substance on the edge of the pot and a small amount of rottenness. You can make three or four pots at the same time. During the time of the destroyer, Jamal Abdul Nasser, someone who was being severely tortured in prison ate some feces after losing sanity because of the torture. A few hours later he was found dead.

Guidelines for Beating and Killing Hostages

Religious scholars have permitted beating. They use a tradition explained in Imam Mosallem's manuscript: that Allah's prophet - Allah bless and keep him - sought counsel when he was informed about Abou Soufian's arrival. Abou Bakr and Omar spoke, yet he [the Prophet] did not listen. Saad Ibn Ibada said, "Do you want us, O Allah's prophet, who controls my life? If you order us to subdue the camels we would do it, or beat and follow them to Al-Ghimad lakes [a five-day trip beyond Mecca], we would do it." The Prophet - Allah bless and keep him - called on the people, who then descended on Badr. They were met by Kureish camels carrying water. Among their caretakers was a young black slave man belonging to the Al-Hajjaj clan. They took him hostage. The companions of the Prophet - Allah bless and keep him - started asking him about Abou Soufian and his companions. He first said, "I know nothing about Abou Soufian, but I know about Abou Jahl, Atba, Sheiba, and Omaya Ibn Khalaf." But when they beat him he said, "Oh yes, I will tell you. This is the news of Abou Soufian..."
Meanwhile, the Prophet - Allah bless and keep him - who was praying, started to depart, saying, "Strike him if he tells you the truth and release him if he lies." Then he said, "That is the death of him." He said that in the presence of his companions and while moving his hand on the ground.
In this tradition, we find permission to interrogate the hostage for the purpose of obtaining information. It is permitted to strike the nonbeliever who has no covenant until he reveals the news, information, and secrets of his people. The religious scholars have also permitted the killing of a hostage if he insists on withholding information from Muslims. They permitted his killing so that he would not inform his people of what he learned about the Muslim condition, number, and secrets. In the Honein attack, after one of the spies learned about the Muslims' kindness and weakness, then fled, the Prophet - Allah bless and keep him - permitted his blood and said, "Find and kill him." Salma Ibn Al-Akwaa followed, caught, and killed him.

9. November 2001


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