Issue V Of Taliban Magazine ‘Azan’ Publishes Encrypted Software Key For Potential Jihadi Youth To Contact Them

March 28, 2014

The latest issue of Azan, an English-language jihadi magazine published by the Taliban in Khorasan (Afghanistan and Pakistan border region), carries encrypted software key for potential jihadi youth to get in touch with the Taliban.

The fifth issue of Azan, which is modelled after the English-language jihadi magazine Inspire, published by Al-Qaeda in Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), was released through the Jamia Hafsa Urdu Forum, a Pakistan-based internet jihadi website, on March 28.

“If you would like to give us some feedback, or contribute to the magazine by submitting articles, photographs, posters or any other useful material, then contact us using our Asrar-ul-Mujahideen Ver. 2 public key,” a note states and is followed by the software key (see the above image).

The magazine also contains two email IDs for contact:[email protected]@gmail.com.

Source: Azan, Issue No. 5, 2014.