From the Chicago Tribune, with thanks to Skeetstreet:
CAIRO – An Internet journal purportedly issued by Al Qaeda in Saudi Arabia appeared for the first time in several months Wednesday and asked why Muslims on the Arabian Peninsula have not heeded a call to hunt down Americans.
The magazine Sawt al-Jihad, or Voice of Holy War, said its reappearance was one of the last orders of Saud Homood Obaid al-Otaibi, a wanted militant killed in a battle with security forces in a Saudi town April 3.
“Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula,” the name used by the Saudi branch of Al Qaeda, posted the journal on an Islamic Web site known as a clearinghouse for militant statements.
The opening article of Wednesday’s issue refers to the fighting in Iraq and Saudi Arabia and asks: “Those who weren’t able to respond to the call of jihad, what deters you from hunting down Americans, killing the enemies of God, the crusaders and apostates in the Arabian Peninsula and other countries?“
Let’s see. What should deter them. Maybe…human decency?