Tulane University researchers say Quigley is now able to experience the crippling fear of impending death previously only accessible to humans.
SANA'A, YEMENLeaders of the New Mujahideen jihadist movement say their latest holy war should appeal to people from all walks of Muslim life. "If you like bombing, bomb manufacturing, effigy-burning, maintaining inflammatory websites, or just 'hajjing out,' the Nu Mooj has something for you!" read a statement on the group's home page. "Jihad is better when friends come together!" The Nu Mooj is expected to recruit several hundred like-minded fanatics to their holy cause of fighting Western imperialism before factional violence tears it apart later this year.