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Posted on 12/05/2011 5:27:07 PM PST by Cindy
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“Oussama Salhab, Hizballah operative”
(Posted December 27, 2011)
“Thread: Dr. Hassan Abbasi, Strategist”
27 December 2011, 10:58
“Thread: Second Cyber Hizballah conference held in Tehran”
04 October 2011, 11:28
04 October 2011, 11:28
“Thread: Hojat Vahidi and the ‘Committee of the Holy Defense Strategy in Europe’”
27 December 2011, 10:55
18 December 2011, 14:00 #1
“IRI front of the day award goes to...
...the Union of Islamic Students Associations (in Europe).”
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“alplatformmedia.com/ Jihadist Media Platform Forum”
(posted December 28, 2011)
SNIPPET: “Rising fast, this forum appears to be under the control of the AMEF/Shamikh group. Since its creation a few months ago (22SEP2011), the forum has managed to add 200+ members, who have amassed over 12,000 posts. Its members are a who’s who of the jihadi forums, from Shamikh & Ansar admins, to well known muckrakers like Abu Hafs al-Sunni Sunni & His Crooked Sword.”
Posted on Twitter on December 30, 2011.
Momen Abu Daf, a Jaish al-Islami leader killed by an Israeli airstrike in Gaza, was a registered user on the Ansar al-Mujahideen web forum.
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The Jihad Will Be YouTubed
FOREIGN POLICY - The AFPAK Channel ^ | December 15, 2011 | by Raffaello Pantucci
Posted on January 1, 2012 3:26:29 PM PST by Cindy
The Jihad Will Be YouTubed by Raffaello Pantucci
December 15, 2011
FOREIGN POLICY - The AFPAK Channel
SNIPPET: “While clearly the technology to make such videos is something that is universal, it does seem as though it is aspirant jihadists in the West who find it easiest to use. There was no evidence that Gul was being directed by foreign terrorist organizations to produce his material, and his case shows the continued existence of young Westerners producing radical material on their own. It may indeed be the case that the virtual armies have yet to fully emerge as active warriors on the battlefield, but in the meantime they are doing a great deal to keep the jihadist flame alive on the Web, either by themselves or at the direction of organized parties.”
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