Al Qaeda Has Complaints Departments

    A ripped picture of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad hangs in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa following days of fierce fighting on March 5, 2013. Syrian rebels battling troops loyal to President Bashar al-Assad overran Raqqa, and were now in "near-total control" of the northern city, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMAD AL-HUSSEIN        (Photo credit should read MOHAMMAD AL-HUSSEIN/AFP/Getty Images)


    Al Qaeda, more and more like The Office every day. The terrorist network apparently set up complaints departments (not staffed by Kelly Kapoor; what a shame) in Iraq and Syria, where civilians can put in their complaints about their newly merged Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, a.k.a. Lebanon and Syria. (Was Sterling Cooper and Partners not available?) “We promise we will ensure accountability for anyone committing violations, and they will be sent to the Sharia court of Iraq and al-Sham,” read the notice to the public advertising the new headquarters. This comes just a week after news that al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb chastised a jihadist for failing to submit expense reports, attend meetings, and complete any spectacular missions.

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