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  • Gunman barricaded in building at Colorado air base (that controls ALL GPS Satellites)

    11/21/2011 12:56:30 PM PST · by Just4Him · 76 replies
    Associated Press ^ | 11/21/2011
    SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. (AP) -- Air Force officials say an airman armed with a pistol has barricaded himself in a building at a Colorado Air Force base that controls all GPS satellites, but operations haven't been disrupted. Schriever (SHREE'-ver) Air Force Base spokeswoman Jennifer Thibault (THEE'-balt) says the building was evacuated after the standoff began Monday. She says no shots were fired and no one was injured.
  • Somalis Leaving U.S. for Jihad

    12/12/2008 3:57:22 AM PST · by Cindy · 157 replies · 3,859+ views
    PAJAMAS MEDIA via FRONTPAGE ^ | December 12, 2008 | Patrick Poole
    Pajamas Media | Friday, December 12, 2008 The funeral for Shirwa Ahmed last week in Burnsville, Minnesota, punctuated a growing national security threat metastasizing inside the U.S. — one Homeland Security and law enforcement authorities have quickly taken note of. Ahmed, who killed himself in a suicide bombing attack in Somalia in October, is just one of up to 40 men from the Twin Cities area who have disappeared and are feared to have returned to their homeland for training with the al-Shabaab terrorist group to wage jihad. The FBI is investigating similar disappearances in other major Somali communities in...
  • 14 Indicted for Supporting al Shabaab

    08/05/2010 3:06:36 PM PDT · by Cindy · 44 replies · 2+ views ^ | n/a
    Note: Photo and Graphic Included. NOTE The following text is a quote: FIGHTING TERROR 14 Indicted for Supporting al Shabaab 08/05/10 Two Americans are under arrest and 12 other U.S. citizens have been charged with acts of terrorism that include providing money, personnel, and other material support to the Somali-based terrorist organization al Shabaab. Results of an FBI-led global investigation were announced today at Department of Justice headquarters in Washington, where indictments were unsealed charging individuals in Minnesota, Alabama, and California. Twelve of the 14 under indictment are fugitives believed to be in Somalia. About al Shabaab On Feb. 29,...
  • UK Discovers Jihad Gene

    07/21/2010 3:26:13 PM PDT · by James C. Bennett · 5 replies
    The Pioneer ^ | July 9, 2010 | Premen Addy
    The unauthorised version of the British Labour Party’s Book of Numbers may well read: Old Labour begat New Labour and New Labour begat Rotten Labour, from whose seed sprang rottweiler Dennis MacShane, once a junior Minister at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office during the Tony Blair dispensation. He snarled menacingly at India in the columns of The Independent, a paper whose diatribe on the anniversary of Indian independence in August 1989 was headlined, “From prig to bully in 42 years.” Mr MacShane is the MP for Rotherham, scarcely in England’s green and pleasant land today; it is but a crumbling...
  • Debate: C.A.I.R. VS. (Former) SECURITY CHIEF FOR EL-AL AIRLINES (Re: "Profiling) My Challenge

    12/28/2009 12:30:33 AM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 22 replies · 1,432+ views
    AmericanInTokyo proposal ^ | 28 December 2009 | AmericanInTokyo
    VS. WHO: Yeffet Isaac, Former Director of El-Al Airlines Security -VS.- Ibrahim Hooper Executive Director of C.A.I.R.WHAT: A Well Overdue DEBATEWHEN: As Soon As PossibleWHERE: LIVE NATIONWIDE on American TV, CNN, FOX, Major Networks, Radio Stations, NPR, etc., With Studio Audience Able to Ask QuestionsWHY: America dodged a major bullet on Christmas Day in Detroit. Reports are that additional terrorist acts involving US airliners are probably on the way. El-Al has a clean record of never being attacked by Islamist Extremists. C.A.I.R. has stated that the US should not, at all costs, racially and religiously profile passengers in the...
  • "We did it." Terror outfit brags in video

    05/14/2008 1:21:22 PM PDT · by CarrotAndStick · 1 replies · 211+ views
    The Times of India ^ | 15 April, 2008 | The Times of India
    JAIPUR/NEW DELHI: A little-known outfit, Indian Mujahideen, has claimed responsibility for carrying out the fatal blasts in Jaipur on Tuesday. And to buttress its claim, it sent video clips to the media of a cycle strapped with a bag that it claimed held the bomb. As cops groped for clues to crack the serial blasts in Jaipur, the mysterious video of a brand new cycle added a new twist to the investigations. While such claims in the aftermath of a major terror attack are not uncommon and have even been used by the real culprits to throw the investigators...
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World #5

    09/30/2006 10:18:39 AM PDT · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 5,021 replies · 17,934+ views
    CIA ^ | Page last updated: 07/27/2006 | National Intelligence Council's "Global Trends 2015
    "Global Trends 2015" Terrorism-Related Excerpts -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The following items are terrorism-related items from the National Intelligence Council's "Global Trends 2015: A Dialogue About the Future With Nongovernment Experts" report (December 2000). Transnational Terrorism (page 50) States with poor governance; ethnic, cultural, or religious tensions; weak economies; and porous borders will be prime breeding grounds for terrorism. In such states, domestic groups will challenge the entrenched government, and transnational networks seeking safehavens. At the same time, the trend away from state-supported political terrorism and toward more diverse, free-wheeling, transnational networks—enabled by information technology—will continue. Some of the states that actively sponsor...
  • India’s enemies are not ours, says defence expert Ivan Eland

    08/18/2006 6:41:11 AM PDT · by jome · 24 replies · 609+ views
    dnaindia ^ | Thursday, August 17, 2006 | Uttara Choudhury
    NEW YORK: A Washington think-tank published a report this week saying that the Bush administration was fuelling Islamic jihadist anger by including anti-India militant groups like the Jamaat ud Dawa which has no direct link with Al Qaeda, but plagues Indian authorities in Kashmir, on the US state department terror list. The Independent Institute said that in the frenzy surrounding the exposed plot to simultaneously blow up ten planes flying from Britain to the US, “one line of inquiry being pursued by investigators should make the Bush administration very nervous.” “British and Pakistani law enforcement officials are examining whether the...
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World #4.

    08/07/2006 3:43:15 PM PDT · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 5,043 replies · 13,859+ views
    National Review Online ^ | August 02, 2006 | Walid Phares on the Mideast
    Tehran & Damascus Move to Lebanon Lebanon-born Walid Phares is a senior fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. Author of the recent book Future Jihad, he was also one of the architects of 2004’s United Nations resolution 1559, which called for the disarming of Hezbollah. NRO editor Kathryn Lopez recently talked to Phares about what’s going on in the Mideast, what happened to the Cedar Revolution, and this war we’re all in. Kathryn Jean Lopez: What is “Future Jihad”? Are we seeing it in the Mideast now? Walid Phares: “Future Jihad,” which has already begun, refers to...
  • G.O.P. Senator Resisting Bush Over Detainees - RINO MEGA-HURL ALERT

    07/18/2006 2:09:29 PM PDT · by eartotheground · 55 replies · 966+ views
    The New York Times ^ | July 18, 2006 | KATE ZERNIKE
    Senator Lindsey Graham often plays the contrarian, the conservative Republican willing to poke a stick in the eye of the White House. Mr. Graham advocates using the existing court-martial system as the basis for trying suspects, a position that has drawn fire from many other Republicans. Last year, against the wishes of the Bush administration, he was one of the key forces in helping pass a ban on torture. While some other Republicans argue that terrorists do not deserve legal or human rights, Mr. Graham has insisted that only a system grounded in the fundamental rights of the military code...
  • World Terrorism: News, History and Research Of A Changing World.

    06/16/2006 2:08:19 PM PDT · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 4,622 replies · 13,190+ views
    the Middle East Quarterly ^ | SPRING 2006 • VOLUME XIII: NUMBER 2 | David Kennedy Houck
    The Islamist Challenge to the U.S. Constitution by David Kennedy Houck First in Europe and now in the United States, Muslim groups have petitioned to establish enclaves in which they can uphold and enforce greater compliance to Islamic law. While the U.S. Constitution enshrines the right to religious freedom and the prohibition against a state religion, when it comes to the rights of religious enclaves to impose communal rules, the dividing line is more nebulous. Can U.S. enclaves, homeowner associations, and other groups enforce Islamic law? Such questions are no longer theoretical. While Muslim organizations first established enclaves in Europe,[1]...
  • Stanford Daily backpedals on article exposing sympathizers of terrorists

    04/10/2006 11:52:19 PM PDT · by JimWayne · 5 replies · 391+ views
    Stanford Daily | 7 Apr 2006 | Patrick Leahy
    Leftist speaker sparks debate By Patrick Leahy Friday, April 7, 2006 last updated April 7, 2006 1:25 AM On Saturday, April 8, the non-Stanford affiliated organization Friends of South Asia (FOSA) will be hosting a panel discussion with Indian social activist Biju Mathew on campus. The talk, however, has spurred debate over the appropriateness of inviting a leftist speaker with ties to Communism to an academic campus. FOSA was established in the Bay Area five years ago to promote peace, tolerance and economic development in South Asia. During periods of heightened tension between Pakistan and India they hold monthly peace...
  • World Terrorism: Granny's Googles/News/History/Much Much More.

    04/01/2006 5:00:12 PM PST · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 4,995 replies · 17,421+ views
    FrontPageMagazine ^ | 3-28-06 | By Lowell Ponte
    Europe's botched civilization, perverted by socialism and lost faith, seems to have lost the will, the passion to sustain itself. If it continues to practice today's multiculturalist leftism, Europe's demographic doom will be sealed. Some harbingers: In Brussels, Belgium, the most popular name for baby boys is now Mohammad. Sustaining the population of a nation requires that on average each couple gives birth to 2.1 children. The average European couple now has fewer than 1.4 babies, compared to 3.6 babies born to the average Muslim immigrant couple in Europe. Across Western Europe 16 to 20 percent of babies are being...
  • Arabian nights in Delhi

    01/29/2006 3:31:54 AM PST · by kronos77 · 14 replies · 563+ views ^ | jan. 29th 2006. | Sreeram Chaulia
    The political balance sheet between India and Saudi Arabia is what makes the recent state visit befuddling. For decades the repressive House of Saud has been buying loyalty at home by diverting terrorism towards external targets and financing the spread of rabid Wahhabi ideology of holy war. Pick a place on the geographical map of modern jehad - Palestine, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kashmir, Chechnya, Bosnia, Tajikistan, the Philippines, Kosovo, Algeria, Sudan, Thailand, Indonesia or Bangladesh - and a Saudi connection will automatically surface. Worldwide, Saudi-financed Islamic institutions and schools have come under the scanner for spreading religious hatred and destabilising multicultural...
  • World Terrorism : Weapons of Disruption Onging...

    01/01/2006 6:41:58 PM PST · by DAVEY CROCKETT · 4,835 replies · 20,740+ views ^ | Jan.1, 2006 | Frederick J. Cowie, Ph.D.
    Weapons of Disruption C 2006 Frederick J. Cowie, Ph.D. Whereas we have no masses, it certainly would be seriously challenging to deliver a "weapon of mass destruction" in the vast majority of geographical areas in the American West, as well as in many areas in the East and South. For instance, Montana is approximately the size of Germany, yet the population hovers only around a million (we have one representative in the House). There is no "metropolitan" area anywhere around, though Spokane is about three hundred miles away. Wyoming has more sheep than people. Utah has Salt Lake City and...
  • Interview with a Jehadi

    10/24/2005 2:26:59 AM PDT · by Arjun · 1 replies · 242+ views
    The Rediff Interview/Lashkar-e-Tayiba founder Hafiz Saeed 'If the LoC is opened, more harm will be caused to Pakistan' October 24, 2005 Jihadis are doing much of the relief work in earthquake-hit areas across Pakistan. The Jamatud Dawa (the reincarnation of Markaz Dawatul Irshad whose armed brigade was the Lashkar-e-Tayiba) has emerged as the most organised and well-equipped outfit in far-flung areas, providing relief through motorboats and mules. The Jamat set up mobile X-ray machines and operation theatres in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan occupied Kashmir. Its 350 workers were connected with each other through wireless in Muzaffarabad and Bagh that...
  • Another quake hits Pakistan, 6.0 this time

    10/23/2005 7:20:02 PM PDT · by Crackingham · 23 replies · 1,475+ views
    The Age ^ | 10/24/5
    A magnitude 6 earthquake rocked Pakistan on Sunday, 15 days after a 7.6 magnitude quake killed 53,000 people. There were no immediate reports of any casualties or damage. The US Geological Survey said on its Web site the 6 magnitude quake struck at 1504 GMT, with an epicentre near the town of Mingaora, in North West Frontier Province. The quake was felt in various cities including the capital, Islamabad.
  • A new low, 'Palestinian' Arab Terrorist’s Wife Used Baby to Hide Grenade

    10/22/2005 9:11:10 PM PDT · by Actuality · 24 replies · 890+ views
    Arab Terrorist’s Wife Used Baby to Hide Grenade 02:32 Oct 23, '05 / 20 Tishrei 5766 By Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu Soldiers arrested a terrorist's wife who held her baby to hide a grenade. In the same house, troops found a suitcase of explosives. The IDF also killed four other terrorists who attacked them. Haruv battalion soldiers searched a house in a village near Shechem early Saturday after receiving reports that ammunition was hidden there, according to Lieutenant General Arik Chen. They discovered 10 kilograms (22 pounds) of explosives in a suitcase and arrested five terrorists. Noticing that Aziza Jawabra, the...
  • The Arab Muslim 'Palestinian' (militant) "payback" for Israel's Kindness

    10/22/2005 6:30:23 PM PDT · by Actuality · 2 replies · 501+ views
    This describes it typically, the "payback" of a 'Palestinian' patient, From Patient to Suicide Bomber When she's also using that sick excuse of the notorious Arab boy, which -- as turned out -- was only a "Palestinian" stunt & was in fact murdered by Arabs! - The Israeli Crime That Wasn’t) Video - Palestinian patient tried to blow up in the Israeli hospital where she was treated. "Palestinian" woman that wanted to blow up the very hospital was treated in. SUICIDE BOMBER WANNABE: Wafa al-Biri, a 21-year-old Palestinian woman, attempted to kill the doctor who had saved her life. But...
  • An Online "University" for Jihad (in San Jose, Calif.)

    10/19/2005 12:57:29 AM PDT · by JohnathanRGalt · 17 replies · 776+ views ^ | Oct. 17, 2005 | Stephen Ulph
    An Online "University" for Jihad By Stephen Ulph In an interesting new development, the al-Qaeda network is making strides to present itself as a permanent cultural--as well as military--phenomenon. An October 7 posting on the al-Farouq jihadi forum ( by Ahmad al-Wathiq bi-Llah, the "deputy general emir" of the Global Islamic Media Front, announced what it referred to as an "al-Qaeda University of Jihad Studies." The accompanying statement explained that "al-Qaeda is an organization, a state and a university, this is a fact which cannot be denied." Readers, it noted, might be amused by the headline, but the writer simply...
  • French Islamist Web Sites

    09/28/2005 7:28:46 AM PDT · by JohnathanRGalt · 13 replies · 749+ views ^ | Sept. 2005 | Deborah Touboul
    These French Jehadist sites, inciting thousands of Muslims around the world to jehad and murder, actually could be considered American Web sites: is hosted in Jacksonville Florida at DNS Services. The registrant and administrator is in London but its technical contact is in Virginia, is hosted in Loveland Colorado at It's Administrator is in Paris, France -- Johnathan R. Galt __________________________________________________ Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center THE PROJECT FOR THE RESEARCH OF ISLAMIST MOVEMENTS (PRISM) OCCASIONAL PAPERS Volume 3 (2005), Number 6 (September 2005), Director and Editor: Reuven Paz. French Islamist Web Sites FRANCOPHONE INTERNET...
  • The Peculiar Alliance

    09/06/2005 10:54:17 PM PDT · by AZ_Cowboy · 15 replies · 354+ views
    FrontPage ^ | 9/6/05 | Daveed Gartenstein-Ross
    There have been rumblings of late about the developing alliance between Islamic radicals and neo-Nazis. In late May, Israeli president Moshe Katzav gave a speech before the German parliament in which he warned, "Let's not be surprised if terror organizations use neo-Nazis for carrying out terror attacks." And on August 5, WorldNetDaily reported, "Neo-Nazi skinheads are working with radical Islamists in a growing unholy alliance that has European law enforcement officials concerned about a new front in the war on terrorism." Such an alliance seems unlikely on its face; after all, neo-Nazis view most Muslims as racially inferior, while Islamic...
  • Pakistan school syllabus:'Christians, Hindus, Jews"devious"'

    08/23/2005 5:51:09 AM PDT · by CarrotAndStick · 6 replies · 501+ views
    The Times of India ^ | TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2005 02:04:41 PM | Chidanand Rajghatta
    WASHINGTON: Pakistan's state-sponsored bigotry and vilification of other religions has caught the attention of US policy makers following a raft of articles in the American media about the intolerance the country's formal education system is breeding. In an unusually tough statement recently, the US state department said reports of continued teaching of prejudice in Pakistan was a matter of "serious concern", and Washington was having "ongoing discussions" with Islamabad on the issue. "We have engaged the Pakistani government on this, specifically on the issue of textbooks and language that, upon reading, was clearly unacceptable and inciteful or would cause people...
  • Terrorists oppose return of Kashmiri Hindus

    07/22/2005 10:06:11 AM PDT · by CarrotAndStick · 16 replies · 446+ views
    AFP ^ | FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2005 08:35:10 PM | AFP
    SRINAGAR: Four terrorist groups have opposed the return of displaced Hindus to their abandoned homes in the Kashmir Valley, saying they had deserted the Muslim community during a "time of crisis." "We impose a total ban on the return of Kashmiri Pandit migrants to the (Muslim-dominated) Kashmir Valley," said a joint statement by al Nasireen, al Arifeen, Save Kashmir Movement and Farzandan-e-Milat. The statement faxed to local media offices in Srinagar said Hindus would not be allowed to return to their homes until "they apologise to the Kashmiri Muslims for having deserted them at the time of crisis." Hindus fled...
  • It's the Al Qaeda again: B Raman

    07/07/2005 8:15:33 AM PDT · by CarrotAndStick · 27 replies · 1,052+ views ^ | July 07, 2005 | B Raman
    The synchronised explosions in London on July 7 seem to be the handiwork of the Al Qaeda and the International Islamic Front (IIF) formed by it in February, 1998. The first indication that pro-Al Qaeda terrorist elements were planning a major terrorist strike in London came in August last year following the arrest in Lahore by the Pakistani authorities of one Mohammad Naeem Noor Khan, a Pakistani computer expert, who used to live partly in London and partly in Pakistan. During his interrogation, he admitted that he was working for the Al Qaeda as a communications expert and that he...
  • Pakistani minister ran militant camps

    06/13/2005 10:56:46 PM PDT · by Srirangan · 1 replies · 225+ views
    India-Defence ^ | June 13, 2005
    Source: NDTV Monday, June 13, 2005 (Islamabad): JKLF leader Yasin Malik has said that he had met Pakistan's Information Minister Sheikh Rashid during the 1980s at militant camps in Peshawar. Yasin Malik is currently on a visit to Pakistan as part of a delegation of Kashmiri separatist leaders. When Rashid met Malik in Pakistan, Malik let it slip that he had already been associated with Rashid.
  • A Pakistani jihadi cell in California

    06/09/2005 9:49:23 AM PDT · by Srirangan · 12 replies · 753+ views
    Pakistan | Terrorism | USA Dan Darling has some early opinions on the al-Qaeda cell that was unearthed in Lodi, California. That cell comprised of two Pakistanis and two Americans of Pakistani origin. What is so troubling about this for me is not only that the confessed American al-Qaeda trainee volunteered to return to the US after less than 3 years worth of indoctrination for the express purpose of killing his own countrymen in such mundane locations as hospitals and stores. Also, is there something in particular about California that seems to make it such an attractive grounds for...
  • India suspects A Pakistan and Bangladeshi Nexus

    01/24/2005 1:02:39 AM PST · by Srirangan · 16 replies · 655+ views
    SATribune ^ | Jan 18, 2005 | Arun Rajnath
    NEW DELHI, January 18: Pakistan has launched “Operation Pin Code” against India from Bangladesh territory and has shifted almost 200 terrorist training camps from Azad Kashmir to Bangladesh, an official Home Ministry document, prepared by Minister of State for Home Affairs, S. Regupathy, has revealed. The document, entitled ‘Pakistan’s Alternative Proxy War Base’, obtained by the South Asia Tribune accuses Pakistan’s intelligence services of developing Bangladesh as a new base for their anti-India activities. The Regupathy Document lists at least seven reasons for this shift in strategy: 1. The India Bangladesh border geographically is porous and difficult to keep under...
  • Pakistan violates kashmir ceasefire with India, yet again

    01/20/2005 10:28:06 PM PST · by Srirangan · 4 replies · 345+ views
    Hindustan Times ^ | 20/1/2005 | Press Trust of India
    Army reports fresh shelling along Poonch borderPress Trust of India Poonch, January 20, 2005|11:22 ISTTen mortar shells were fired on Thursday night followed by light machine gun (LMG) fire from across the Line of Control (LoC) on Hamirpur post in Mendhar sector of Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district close on the heels of the first violation of ceasefire two days back. Brigadier Dhruv Katoch of 16 Corps headquarters Jammu said that the small mortars and LMG firing lasted for 15 minutes from 1955 hours. However, there was no casualty or damage to property in the shelling and firing, he said....
  • Al-Tawheed wal-Jihad Releases New Video from Iraq

    10/13/2004 11:52:42 AM PDT · by anonpenetfi · 6 replies · 3,337+ views ^ | 10/13/04 | (10/13/04): Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's Tawheed wal-Jihad Movement in Iraq has released two new video clips, including video of a roadside bombing attack on a U.S. armored vehicle near the city of Mosul. The video features human body parts later retrieved from the scene of the ambush.
  • Jihad: A child's play in Pakistan

    09/20/2004 1:22:08 PM PDT · by knighthawk · 4 replies · 271+ views
    The Times of India ^ | September 20 2004 | ANI
    ISLAMABAD: A recent report prepared by Society for the Protection of the Rights of the Child (SPACE) says that Pakistan has literally ignored the UN Convention of the Rights of Child (UNCRC) on the involvment of children in armed conflicts. Young childrens are not only given being trained for war but are used in select armed conflicts, the Daily Times said quoting the SPARC report. The Pakistani government has yet to ratify an optional protocol to Article 38 of the UNCRC that states "No child below the age of 15 shall have any part in hostilities or shall be recruited...
  • Judge indicates he will limit government evidence against Al-Hussayen

    04/24/2004 5:52:56 PM PDT · by JohnathanRGalt · 7 replies · 2,127+ views
    KGW News channel 8 (Oregon and SW Washington) ^ | Apr. 22, 2004 | Bob Fick, Associated Press
    Judge indicates he will limit government evidence against Al-Hussayen By BOB FICK , Associated Press, 04/22/2004 ______ A federal judge told prosecutors Thursday he would likely limit the e-mail evidence they can introduce against the University of Idaho graduate student they have accused of using his computer skills to foster terrorism. U.S. District Judge Edward Lodge withheld ruling on any specific e-mails sent to Sami Omar Al-Hussayen by others in the e-mail group devoted to Chechen Muslims until an attempt is actually made to offer them as evidence. Assistant U.S. Attorney David Deitch argued the e-mail's sent to Al-Hussayen...
  • Internet "Terrorist" Using Yahoo to Recruit 600 Muslims for Hack Attack

    03/02/2004 4:23:43 PM PST · by JohnathanRGalt · 18 replies · 1,586+ views
    Mens News Daily ^ | February 28, 2004 | Jeremy Reynalds
    Almojahid's got it wrong.    Haganah is the Hebrew word for "Defense" .... Internet "Terrorist" Using Yahoo to Recruit 600 Muslims for Hack Attack February 28, 2004 by Jeremy Reynalds Editor's note: MND is uncomfortable providing direct links to potential terrorist groups. The links below have been edited to prevent collection by linkbots, but the edits should be obvious to human readers. One of the internet's most verbally prolific Islamic "terrorists" is now advocating hacking sites which oppose his radical views. In an e-mail on his Yahoo Groups site titled "Half Moon Operation/First Attack," Daleel Almojahid asks for people to...
  • India - When Islamic clerics meet 'The Great Satan' face to face

    02/19/2004 10:54:09 AM PST · by swarthyguy · 7 replies · 851+ views
    CSMonitor ^ | 2.19.2004 | By Scott Baldauf
    NEW DELHI – As the principal of an Islamic seminary in New Delhi, Maulvi Mohammad Mouzzam Ahmed knows there is no such thing as a free lunch. So when he was offered an all-expenses-paid trip to the United States a few months ago, to see how religious schools operate there, he was curious, and a little skeptical. What, he wondered, would the world's greatest superpower want with a nice moderate Muslim like him? The maulvi was not alone. He was just one of a half-dozen Indian Muslim clerics invited to the United States in September as part of the US...
  • Bin Laden's own doctor once treated Ujaama

    02/13/2004 8:57:58 PM PST · by JohnathanRGalt · 7 replies · 718+ views
    Seattle Times ^ | Feb 12, 2004 | Mike Carter
    Bin Laden's own doctor once treated Ujaama By Mike Carter, Feb 12, 2004 Seattle Times staff reporter During one of James Ujaama's trips to aid the Taliban government in Afghanistan in late 2000, the former Seattle native fell ill and was treated by Ayman al-Zawahiri, one of the most-wanted terrorists in the world and Osama bin Laden's adviser, confidant and personal physician. "It gives you an idea of the circles in which Ujaama found himself," noted one federal law-enforcement source, who spoke on condition of anonymity. "It would be like you or me getting a bellyache and having the U.S....
  • Muslim Web sites in spotlight as Qaeda scares spread

    01/28/2004 3:46:33 PM PST · by JohnathanRGalt · 16 replies · 1,684+ views
    Reuters ^ | Jan 28, 2004 | Firouz Sedarat
    Muslim Web sites in spotlight as Qaeda scares spread  By Firouz Sedarat, Jan 28, 2004 DUBAI (Reuters) - Islamist Web sites are drawing a wide audience as possible harbingers of al Qaeda attacks but experts say they are erratic and unreliable sources of warnings that could save lives. Analysts say the sites, used by al Qaeda backers to spread their message, are unlikely sources of exact information on where or how Osama bin Laden's network might strike next -- though an experienced eye may spot the more probable comments. Mainly, the Arabic-language sites, usually bulletin boards where anyone can post...
  • Kashmir - 9 year old boy rescued from captivity 3 civilians, soldier killed

    01/28/2004 9:32:08 AM PST · by swarthyguy · 317+ views
    DailyExcelsior ^ | 27.12004
    JAMMU, Jan 27: Three civilians, two of them women, and an Army jawan were killed and another jawan was injured in the separate militancy related incidents in the Jammu region since last evening. Army also rescued a boy kidnapped by the militants and destroyed a hideout in Gool. Official sources said a group of militants opened firing on a joint patrol party of police and security forces at village Malhan in Surankote tehsil of Poonch district late last night. The firing was replied by the security personnel. In the heavy exchange of firing, an Army jawan was injured while a...
  • Al-Qaeda provides English Translation of OBL

    01/06/2004 5:48:27 PM PST · by JohnathanRGalt · 19 replies · 818+ views
    GlobalIslamicMedia YahooGroup ^ | Jan 06, 2004 | Osama Bin Laden
    Al-Qaeda's 7475 member strong GlobalIslamicMedia YahooGroup has provided an English translation of Osama bin Laden's latest message.   ______________________________________ (The asterisk symbols "****" and "?xml:..." errors are in the original). ______________________________________ From Osama Bin Laden to his brothers and sisters in the entire Islamic nation: May God's peace, mercy and blessings be upon you. My message to you concerns inciting and continuing to urge for jihad to repulse the grand plots that have been hatched against our nation, especially since some of them have appeared clearly, such as the occupation of the crusaders, with the help of the apostates, of...
  • KUFR ALERT: Reynolds Poses As Mujahideen Sympathizer (JehadUnspun)

    11/21/2003 6:20:27 PM PST · by JohnathanRGalt · 5 replies · 1,004+ views
    JehadUnspun and ^ | Nov. 11 and 21, 2003 | Jeremy Reynalds (via JUS and MND)
    KUFR ALERT: Reynolds Poses As Mujahideen SympathizerNov 11, 2003JUS News DeskEditors Note: Jeremy Reynolds, sometimes contributor to and self proclaimed Christian vigilante at has been posing as Muslim sympathetic to the cause in order to further his journalistic and patriotic ambitions. Although this tactic common place, we remind Muslims of the aggressive and illicit actions some will undertake under the banner of "truth". Here is his latest article where he unveils his less than pious motives. ____________Computer System at the American University of Sharjah in United Arab Emirates being Used to Send Messages Warning about Threatened al...
  • Terror Link to Mass ‘Blog’ Outage

    10/25/2003 4:24:32 PM PDT · by JohnathanRGalt · 9 replies · 566+ views
    Newsday ^ | Oct. 24, 2003 | Lou Dolinar
    Law enforcement officials are probing a "significant" series of computer attacks launched in the last week, including one that took down some of the most popular web logs, or "blogs," on the Internet, an AT&T spokesman said yesterday. But the best-known of the affected sites, including Glenn Reynolds' "Instapundit" and the Long Island-based "Command Post," apparently weren't the intended victims of the so-called denial of service" attacks. But those sites were taken out when unknown hackers went after an obscure Web site belonging to a group called Internet Haganah, which tries to get service providers to boot terror-connected Web sites...
  • Complaint – The Washington Times 10 September 2003

    09/26/2003 12:33:53 PM PDT · by JohnathanRGalt · 6 replies · 690+ views ^ | September 23, 2003 | Dr. Imran Waheed
    Freeper help is requested -- we need to respond point by point to this Muslim Taqija . The results of our research may appear in the Washington Times as a rebuttal when this letter is published: Complaint - The Washington Times 10 September 2003 September 24, 2003 Francis B. Coombs Jr. Managing Editor The Washington Times 3600 New York Avenue Washington, D.C. 20002, USA 23 September 2003 Re: Complaint – The Washington Times 10 September 2003 Dear Sir, This is a letter of complaint concerning an article published in the Washington Times on the 10th of September 2003. The...
  • The United Nations - A Legitimate Target?

    08/26/2003 9:02:35 PM PDT · by JohnathanRGalt · 18 replies · 2,201+ views ^ | Aug. 24, 2003 |
    Congrats to all Freepers who took time to write an email to the ISP hosting One of the most important sites for Al-Qaeda in Europe was forced off the servers at and has moved to Germany. Note that the hot-linked image in that posting is now gone. even posted this prominent 'disclaimer' on their website contesting our claim that their upcoming conference "commemorating the Magnificent 19" was in fact a "Celebration of the Murder of 3,000 people". From the website: THE 'MAGNIFICENT 19' CONFERENCE IS NOT A CELEBRATION ... The commemoration of 11th september is to...
  • The Magnificent 19! -- Islamists to Celebrate Sept. 11th.

    08/21/2003 3:16:40 PM PDT · by JohnathanRGalt · 121 replies · 5,519+ views
    Al-Muhajiroun ^ | Aug. 21, 2003 | Al-Muhajiroun
    Next month, British Islamists plan to celebrate the second aniversary of the murder of 3,000 people. The theme this year will be "The Magnificent 19".  The pupose of the celebration is to inspire young Muslims everywhere to follow in their footsteps and repeat the tragedy... Al-Muhajiroun has been linked to the recent British suicide bombers in Israel and has issued calls to overthrow the British government.
  • Al Qaeda Beware: An American Housewife Is On Your Trail

    08/11/2003 6:30:23 PM PDT · by JohnathanRGalt · 7 replies · 520+ views
    Mens News Daily ^ | August 11, 2003 | Jeremy Reynalds
    Al Qaeda Beware: An American Housewife Is On Your TrailAugust 11, 2003 by Jeremy Reynalds To her neighbors, she is just plain old Mrs. Galt - a run-of-the-mill American soccer mom. But after her neighborhood quiets down, curtains are drawn for the night and her two children are tucked safely in bed, this suburban American mom assumes an entirely different personality as she plunges head on into the shadowy world of internet terrorism. Mrs. Galt's story was told recently in the Washington Times. As the Washington Times reported, Mrs.. Galt has accessed a number of obscure web sites used...
  • Moslems restricted Christian to pray twice a year at Jerusalem holy site

    08/07/2003 11:43:26 AM PDT · by SJackson · 3 replies · 614+ views
    IMRA ^ | 8-7-03
    Moslems restricted Christian to pray twice a year at Jerusalem holy site [IMRA: While it certainly sounds radical that the Moslems allowed Christian prayer only twice a year at a holy site, this is "generous" as compared to the Moslem policy regarding Jewish access to holy sites - an absolute ban on Jewish prayer at Jewish holy sites that became also Moslem holy sites after the Moslem invasion.] The Church of the Ascension on the Mount of Olives by Archimandrite Ioakim Strogilos The Jerusalem Times (independent Palestinian weekly) 7 August 2003 The Jerusalem Times Religious Affairs Correspondent Abu Anton...

    07/22/2003 8:22:19 AM PDT · by JohnathanRGalt · 1 replies · 868+ views
    ASSIST News Service (ANS) ^ | July 21, 2003 | Jeremy Reynalds
    ASSIST News Service (ANS) - PO Box 2126, Garden Grove, CA 92842-2126 USA E-mail:, Web Site: www.assistnews.netMonday, July 21, 2003 BRITISH UNDERCOVER INVESTIGATOR MAY FLEE THE UNITED KINGDOM Claims Large Number of Death Threats from al Qa'ida Sympathizers By Jeremy ReynaldsSpecial Correspondent for ASSIST News Service ALBUQUERQUE,N.M. (ANS) -- A British undercover investigator who posed as the operator of a radical Islamic web site may leave the United Kingdom due to what he says is the large number of death threats he has received from al Qa'ida sympathizers. Glen Jenvey, 38, whose work was profiled recently in England?s...
  • The “Global Campaign Against Aggression”: The Supreme Council of Global Jihad? (H.Q. in Canada?)

    05/01/2003 1:36:17 PM PDT · by JohnathanRGalt · 15 replies · 1,131+ views
    Are Canadian Taxpayers subsidizing Islamist Global Jehad? The mentor of Osama bin Laden, Safar al-Hawali, has set up a new organization -- The "Global Campaign Against Aggression" -- we trace the ISP hosting his website to "Innovation Place", (shown at left) a high-tech incubator program funded by the taxpayers of Saskatchewan, and the Canadian government. We also trace at least one other jehadi website to Innovation Place. Although the website of the "Global Campaign Against Aggression" provides an innocuous English translation -- the Arabic side delivers a different message. Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center THE PROJECT FOR THE RESEARCH...
  • Iraq, its domain and the 'terrorist-funding' owner

    04/10/2003 11:55:25 AM PDT · by JohnathanRGalt · 12 replies · 641+ views
    The Register (UK) ^ | Apr. 9, 2003 | Kieren McCarthy
    Iraq, its domain and the 'terrorist-funding' owner By Kieren McCarthy Posted: 09/04/2003 at 11:54 GMT The war against Iraq may be drawing to a close but the war over its Internet future is just beginning. As with the overthrow of the Afghanistan regime by US forces, it is widely thought that the removal of Saddam Hussein from power will see the Middle Eastern country catch up with the rest of the world in terms of Internet infrastructure and use. Currently, there is limited, expensive and state-controlled Internet use in Iraq, beamed via satellite since sanctions on the country have...
  • The Web as al-Qaida's safety net

    03/28/2003 10:02:11 PM PST · by JohnathanRGalt · 4 replies · 347+ views
    Baltimore Sun ^ | Mar. 28, 2003 | Scott Shane
    <p>Sites: Routed in Afghanistan, the terror network is increasingly relying on the Internet - and its anonymity - to promote its message.</p> <p>With the world focused on the war in Iraq, it is easy to forget about al-Qaida. But al-Qaida has not forgotten about the war.</p> <p>Even before the first U.S. missiles hit Baghdad, the terrorist network and its sympathizers were posting calls for vengeance on Web sites that have taken the anti-American jihad into cyberspace.</p>
  • War games becoming all too real

    03/13/2003 2:09:26 PM PST · by JohnathanRGalt · 9 replies · 580+ views
    Sunday Herald ^ | Mar. 9, 2003 | Sunday Herald
    War games becoming all too realWhile Hezbollah's young supporters pick off virtual Israelis in a bloody new video game, the simmering conflict in the Lebanon looks set to escalate as soon as Iraq is attacked, reports Alasdair Soussi in Beirut   THE slogan on the outside of the packaging says it all: 'Be a partner in the victory. Fight, resist and destroy your enemy in the game of force.' This is the latest technological development by Lebanon's Islamic resistance group, Hezbollah: a computer game that allows players to take the part of its fighters during military operations against Israeli soldiers...