Sunday, 8 April 2012

Al Qaeda Training Manual

The manual was located by the Manchester (England) Metropolitan Police during a search of an Al Qaeda member's home. The manual was found in a computer file described as "the military series" related to the "Declaration of Jihad.".


Contents of this book are.



Cover
Presentation
Introduction


First Lesson - General Introduction
Second Lesson - Necessary Qualifications and Characteristics for the Organization's Members
Third Lesson - Counterfeit Currency and Forged Documents
Fourth Lesson - Organization Military Bases, "Apartments Places" - Hiding
Fifth Lesson - Means of Communication and Transportation
Sixth Lesson - Training
Seventh Lesson - Weapons: Measure Related to Buying and Transporting Them
Eight Lesson - Member Safety
Ninth Lesson - Security Plan
Tenth Lesson - Definition of Special Operations
Eleventh Lesson - Espionage (1) Information-Gathering Using Open Methods
Twelfth Lesson - Espionage (2) Information-Gathering Using Covert Methods
Thirteenth Lesson - Secret Writing and Cipher and Codes
Fourteenth Lesson - Kidnaping and Assassinations Using Rifles and Pistols
Fifteenth Lesson - Explosives
Sixteenth Lesson - Assassinations Using Poisons and Cold Steel
Seventeenth Lesson - Torture Methods
Eighteenth Lesson - Prisons and Detention Centers


A 180 page documents is being spread around on popular P2P Sites at the moment but that is in fact incomplete since the original full document contains 5000 pages and should anyone find a download to the full document it will most likely be password encrypted but chances of finding the full version without a password are quite limited if you don't know where to look. and last but not least For Informational Purposes only!

8 comments:

  1. wow thats pretty scaring ahah

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  2. Very intimidating, full version at 5000 pages? What Al Qaeda member would read all of that?

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    1. If they're devoted to there cause I'm sure they would read it! But this book looks like it's full of information, although I probably wouldn't read it as I would be too scared by it.

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  3. Ok, I knew something like that would exist, didn't expect it would be such a big tome :o I thought more like pamphlet size.

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  4. I figure the manual is meant to replace human instructors.

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  5. Whoa, definitely wasn't expecting that level of organization and sophistication, I can see why the intelligence agencies were so interested in it.

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