'Revolution Muslim' A Gateway For Would-Be Jihadis

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In 2003, Samir Khan launched a popular al-Qaida website from the basement of his parents' home in Charlotte, N.C. Today, he is believed to be behind an English-language al-Qaida magazine that reads like a glossy American publication -- except its topic is terrorism. Screen grab via YouTube/WJZY/WBTV hide caption

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American Editor Brings U.S. Savvy To Jihad Outreach

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Adnan Shukrijumah, shown here in undated photos from an FBI alert issued in March 2003, is believed to be the highest-ranking American in al-Qaida. He grew up in Florida and poses a new challenge to law enforcement: a terrorist who is not only familiar with the United States but deeply understands it. FBI/Getty Images hide caption

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Al-Qaida Mastermind Rose Using American Hustle

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