Skip to comments.US Advertisers Unwittingly Support Terrorism?
Posted on 04/12/2004 5:44:53 PM PDT by JohnathanRGaltEdited on 07/27/2004 2:55:56 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
The image was jolting: within the posting from the jihadi message was a photograph of a charred American corpse hanging upside down from a bridge over the Euphrates. But as disturbing as the image was, it was the sponsor of the page displaying the image that caused me the greatest concern. Right there on the screen beside the desecrated body of the American was an advertisement for the J.C. Penney Customer Appreciation Sale!
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Let me know if you want on or off the cyber-jehadi ping list.
Laura Mansfield, Associate Director, Independent Analyst
Laura Mansfield has over 20 years of experience dealing with issues pertaining to the Middle East. She is fluent in written and spoken Arabic, and has an excellent understanding of the complex cultural, religious, and historical issues. She spent nearly 7 years living and working in the region, for a wide range of clients including the United States Embassy, the United States Agency for International Development, and various international corporations. She was active in the embassy warden system, acting as a liaison between the Embassy security office and her employer during the days of the Beirut hijacking.
Her other areas of specialization include web design and development, and internet security. She is proficient in a variety of programming languages, and has consulted for a variety of Fortune 100 clients throughout the past decade. She is happy to add her efforts to the war on terror. (And we are grateful to have her).
They are not "supporting" terrorism. They are buying run of the site ads.
The lady is a tad hysterical.
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