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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - M. Berger
Al Qaeda advocates reached out via Twitter in search of ways to improve its public relations, but were roundly ridiculed by "American infidels" who encouraged the terrorist organization to start a boy band and yoga training for jihadists.
Last week, 23-year old U.S.-born Brooklynite Betim Kaziu stood trial for purportedly plotting to kill American troops in Afghanistan, Iraq and the Balkans after becoming indoctrinated in jihadism via extremist Internet forums.
"Hey everybody, Al Qaeda is using this hashtag to solicit ideas for media ops," Mr. Berger wrote in reply to the original tweet. "You should all send some."