WeinerGate scandal point of al-Qaeda's sword?

Even Muslim terrorists are making Weiner jokes. In al-Qaeda’s latest edition of its chilling e-magazine, ‘Inspire,’ the terror network’s Arabian Peninsula syndicate settles a score with former Queens Rep. Anthony Weiner, gloating about the sexter’s salacious downfall.

NY DAILY NEWS –  A faux full-page ad in the summer issue bears a photo of a feisty Weiner speaking before the House of Representatives under the banner, “An angry Weiner head.” It goes on to quote Weiner in one of his early, deceitful explanations about how a picture of his crotch was sent to a Seattle college student. “This was a prank to make fun of my name!” a readout next to the photo blares.

Except it wasn’t a prank. Weiner was ultimately forced to ‘fess up to texting sexy pics to several women, including one nude shot apparently taken in the House gym. Amid the mushrooming scandal, Weiner reigned his House seat and set off for counseling in hopes of saving his one-year marriage to his pregnant wife, the stunning Muslim Huma Abedin, an aide to Secretary of State Clinton.

Weiner landed himself on Al Qaeda’s radar screen last year when he joined the chorus calling on YouTube to remove more than 700 videos featuring radical American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, still hiding out in Yemen.

Weiner told the Daily News that Awlaki “shouldn’t have access to one of the world’s largest bully pulpits” to incite terrorist violence. YouTube dropped the videos, but Awlaki’s message lives on in PDF format. The magazine’s suspected publisher, former Queens resident Samir Khan, 25, apparently didn’t forget what Weiner said about his boss.

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