Terrorists boast of undetectable bomb

Yemeni al-Qaida group discusses its plans to subvert airline screening methods


According to a report from CBS News, al-Qaida operatives in Yemen have released a statement that discusses details on how they developed an undetectable bomb that terror suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab hid in undergarments and later attempted to detonate on a U.S. airliner on Christmas Day.

In the article, which was posted on the group's online magazine, Sada al-Malahem, terrorist also boast about the extensive research and planning that they've done to thwart detection efforts at international airports.

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