The Al Qaeda regime has requested assistance from supporters to set fire to the forests in Montana. This according to the popular terror online magazine known as ‘Inspire.’ On the website, a column writer goes into extensive detail on how to create what are known as ‘ember bombs’ and recommends that followers set their targets on the residents of Montana, as well as various other densely populated forest areas in America.

Jon King from KGVO News Talk interviews Phil Sammon, media coordinator for the northern region of the forest service.

The magazine recommends, “In America, there are more houses built in the [countryside] than in the cities,” says the writer, who uses the pseudonym The AQ Chef. “It is difficult to choose a better place [than] in the valleys of Montana.”

The latest issue shows a graphic and detailed instructional on how to create a bomb from scratch, even how to ignite it from a remote location. Another lengthy article titled ‘Targeting the Populations of Countries at War With Muslims’ seeks to justify the murdering of anyone against them, including young children and their mothers with the use of handguns, and mass-destruction weapons.

Al Qaeda insists that the attacks should commence during the summer, the time when our dry trees are most susceptible to spreading the fire to the wooded population areas of Montana.

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