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    al Qaeda;s gift the the Muslim Middle East
    By Gerald, Internet Anthropologist Think Tank
    1, 19, 2009

    The outbreak of Plague among al Qaeda
    killing 40 and causing 60 more to surrender
    is just the start.

    al Qaeda has released the biggest
    scourage of the middle ages,
    on the Muslim population
    in the heart of the  Islamic Maghreb (AQIM).

    The Black Death, or the Black Plague or Bubonic Plague, was one of the deadliest pandemics in human history, widely thought to have been caused by a bacterium named Yersinia pestis (Plague),[1]

    Complements of al Qaeda.

    The disease is spread by fleas carried 
    by al Qaeda, even just one or two fleas
    can be deadly.

    File:Scanning Electron Micrograph of a Flea.jpg

    Fleas are holometabolous insects, going through the three life cycle stages of larvapupa and imago (adult). The flea life cycle begins when the female lays after feeding. Adult fleas must feed on blood before they can become capable of reproduction.[2] Eggs are laid in batches of up to 20 or so, usually on the host itself, which easily roll onto the ground. As such, areas where the host rests and sleeps become one of the primary habitats of eggs and developing fleas. The eggs take around two days to two weeks to hatch[1].

    Micrograph of a flea larva.

    Flea larvae emerge from the eggs to feed on any available organic material such as dead insects, feces and vegetable matter. They are blind and avoid sunlight, keeping to dark places like sand, cracks and crevices, and bedding. Given an adequate supply of food, larvae should pupate and weave asilken cocoon within 1-2 weeks after 3 larval stages. After another week or two the adult flea is fully developed and ready to emerge from the cocoon. They may however remain resting during this period until they receive a signal that a host is near - vibrations (including sound), heat and carbon dioxideare all stimuli indicating the probable presence of a host.[1] Fleas are known to overwinter in the larval or pupal stages.

    Once the flea reaches adulthood its primary goal is to find blood - adult fleas must feed on blood in order to reproduce[3]. Adult fleas only have around a week to find food once they emerge, though they can survive two months to a year between meals. A flea population is unevenly distributed, with 50 percent eggs, 35 percent larvae, 10 percent pupae and 5 percent adults.[1] Their total life cycle can take as little as two weeks, but may be lengthened to many months if conditions are favorable. Female fleas can lay 500 or more eggs over their life, allowing for phenomenal growth rates.

    Even just walking down the street someone can spread

    the disease, fleas jumping from one person to another.

    Even casual contact, with a member of al Qaeda

    can cause the disease, A few eggs dropped

    into the carpet, spreads to the kids.

    Or spring from furtuniture they have set on.

    We should see a nice out break among

    al Qaeda members that have even been

    in the same room as an al Qaeda member.

    As fleas or eggs attach to their clothing.

    al Qaeda family members will sucumb.

    And soread the disease, Any clothing

    passed on to other cells.

    Even a hand shake or kiss,

    As one body's clothing touches the infected hosts clothing can spread the Black Death.

    Again al Qaeda is responsible for killing many thousamds of non-violent Muslims.

    Islam reaps the rewards of allowing

    al Qaeda to exist.

    Watch the Black Death

    climb al Qaeda chain of 

    command, Allah has spoken.


    A scanning electron micrograph depicting a mass of Yersinia pestis bacteria
    A scanning electron micrograph depicting a mass of Yersinia pestis bacteria
    Scientific classification
    Species:Y. pestis
    Binomial name
    Yersinia pestis
    (Lehmann & Neumann, 1896)
    van Loghem 1944


    We picked up a 25% increase in noise and chatter abour Binny since this started, G



    Two weeks ago we intercepted an urgent message from AQ in the Land of the Maghreb (AQIM) (Algeria), and AQ in Pakistan. The message said a bio-weapon lab in the Yakouren forest in the Tizi Ouzou province of Algeria, 150km east of Algiers, had a containment failure. Further, they had shut down the camp, buried the dead, but many fighters fled to Jijel and Bejaia on the Mediterranean and from there Pakistan and any number of Islamic countries.


    We fear that the Plague has gone pneumonic (airborne) in order to infect so many, so quickly and is likely an antibiotic resistant strain mutated at the lab.

    Tipped off, Algerian Security went to the camp and found a dead AQIM fighter along the road, that tested positive.

    This epidemic will spread throughout the Taliban and AQ. Genetic markers for the mutated bacterium provide an excellant opportunity to map out their travel and networking. But at a heavy price for all their contacts, death by drowning in your own fluids. 




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