Skip to comments.BINYAMINE: A "BRIDGING WEAK TIE"
Posted on 03/20/2011 4:34:53 PM PDT by Cindy
SNIPPET: "An examination of online activities by binyamine leads to the conclusion that he is likely involved with Dar al-Murabiteen, and that he links multiple terrorist networks together through his work translating, transcribing, and distributing jihadi media content. He is linked, in no particular order, to
Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan The Pakistan and Afghan Taliban as-Sahab, al-Emara, and al-Malahem media outfits al-Shabaab and their al-Qimmah forum
This is what Granovetter meant by a bridging weak tie - the kind of "weak" tie that is strong, as he links multiple networks. Among other things, all this helps explain why Samir Khan looks to Dar al-Murabiteen for translations when he's assembling content for Inspire Magazine.
What follows is a sample of the the data I've collected that document binyamine's activities, his connections, his aliases, and his associations."
(Excerpt) Read more at internet-haganah.com ...
1 April 2011
“binyamine sighting of the day”
ON THE INTERNET:
25 June 2011
Jihad in Seattle, and Revolution Muslim, et al
The Complaint - Background Link
stepping back in time...
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