(New York Post) Even terrorists get performance reviews.

Acting like typical managers, al Qaeda sent one of its operatives a scathing appraisal letter, rapping him for everything from not answering the phone to not filing expense reports and causing dissension in the ranks.

The terror group even accused one-eyed fanatic Moktar Belmoktar — who uses the code name Abu Abbas — of not being a team player.

“Abu Abbas is not willing to follow anyone. He is only willing to be followed,” the al Qaeda managers wrote in a letter obtained by The Associated Press in one of the group’s North African lairs.

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