Radical, English-language Islamist websites (or easy Google Tranlations available) that promote a violent jihad, or holy war, against the West have become more effective at recruiting Americans and providing a place for armchair terrorists to meet and plan attacks in the U.S. or abroad, experts say. Shut down Jihad sites !
For nearly a year, a middle-aged woman from suburban Philadelphia used her computer to fashion a new, frightening identity, federal court documents say. The stream of Internet messages in which she sought assistance to wage violent jihad in Asia and Europe literally transformed her, the documents allege, from 46-year-old Colleen LaRose to "Jihad Jane."
Court records allege that others used the Internet to further their plans: accused terrorist Najibullah Zazi, the Denver airport shuttle driver charged with plotting attacks against the New York City transit system; Army Maj. Nidal Hasan, charged with the shooting deaths of 13 people at Fort Hood in Texas; and Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Nigerian charged with the attempted Christmas Day bombing of an airliner over Detroit.
Current jihad linked websites that promote terrorism on the interent are http://22.214.171.124/~alfaloj/vb/index.php and
http://www.alqimmah.net/forumdisplay.php?f=12 and, oh yeah, YouTube.
"Muslim Brothers Members Contact the weak and the owners who browse the Internet cafes you can browse the Forum through the Special Style Click Here "
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Samir Khan runs/ran a pro al-Qaeda website in Charlotte NC. The American government is aware of this website. In fact, sites like Khan’s are the focus of a 23-page report released just weeks ago on Capitol Hill. WBTV obtained a copy. The report repeatedly warns of the dangers. Like the following one line: “Over the last year, Al-Qaeda also made a tactical decision to increase its production of online propaganda and make more of it accessible to English-speaking audiences.”
Private investigator Bill Warner is in Florida studying Jihad-ist websites across the world. WBTV traveled to Sarasota to interview him because he says Charlotteans need to recognize someone in their backyard is helping the enemy. “His website is concise. Easy to read. Informative. If you want to be a terrorist, this is where you go,” says Warner. “He’s a great facilitator for Al-Qaeda.” Is he? Is Samir Khan working for Islamic extremists
Al-Qaeda promoter Samir Khan in Charlotte NC had several jihad websites that were all shut down, see www.revolution.muslimpad.com, and see The Ignored Puzzle Pieces of Knowledge at www.revolution.ansar1.net/ and his ”Al-Thabaat Islamic Network” at http://www.thabaat.net/ met the same fate, the “new” website http://revolution.thabaat.net/?p=706 of Samir Khan in Charlotte NC was also shut down, June 3, 2009. Al-Qaeda promoter Samir Khan in Charlotte NC currently runs “Inshallahshaheed” also see Abu Risaas on Facebook click here also see prior posts by Abu Risaas on the Al-Qassam English Forum click here were he signed as The ignored puzzle pieces of knowledge, Oops this link appears to be shut down.
Jailed Jordanian Cleric Is a Poster Boy for Al Qaeda Recruiters. FOX News, March 11, 2010. A jailed Jordanian cleric, Shaykh Abu Muhammad al-Tahawi aka Abed Shihadeh al-Tahawi who is behind bars for promoting terrorist attacks appears to be the face of Al Qaeda’s newest recruitment campaign. American intelligence agencies are monitoring jihadist Web sites and forums for mentions of al-Tahawi to gauge the reaction and temperament of his supporters, and to gain insight into the cleric himself, according to documents obtained by FoxNews.com.
Shaykh Abu Muhammad al-Tahawi aka Abed Shihadeh al-Tahawi, who is influential in Jordan but little known elsewhere, has been the subject of recent widespread praise from suicide bombers and jihadist leaders. Experts say the attention he's getting from his fellow terrorists suggests an attempt by Al Qaeda to recruit his followers and turn his imprisonment into a flashpoint that can be channeled to open a new front in Jordan.
Al-Tahawi, also known as Abed Shihadeh al-Tahawi, is an influential local leader of Salafi Jihadism, an extremist, militant sect of Islam that prizes martyrdom, seeks jihad and provides the ideological basis for Al Qaeda. He is a close associate of Jordan’s most important Salafi Jihadist leader, Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi, who served as a mentor to the future Al Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu-Mus'ab al-Zarqawi when the two were imprisoned together in Jordan.
Al-Tahawi's most notable fan was Himam al-Bilawi, the Jordanian physician turned triple agent who blew himself up in Khost, Afghanistan, on Dec. 30, killing seven CIA officers. Near the end of a 44-minute video interview that he taped in anticipation of his homicide attack, al-Bilawi addressed al-Tahawi:
"Jordan sentenced 12 Islamic terrorists Sunday 11/09/2005, to prison terms ranging from one year to 3 years for a terror conspiracy targeting the US and Israeli embassies in this Arab kingdom. Prosecutors accused the defendants of planning attacks on the embassies, located in the Jordanian capital, Amman, plus a hotel popular with Israeli tourists in the northern city of Irbid, the group mastermind is Abed Shihadeh al-Tahawi . The 12 defendants, who entered no pleas, were also accused of planning to attack the home of a cultural festival director as well as an American troupe performing at the annual event".
"The defendants were in court Sunday for the handing down of the guilty verdicts, which can be appealed. Another four defendants were acquitted for insufficient evidence. Evidence presented to the court did not say how or when the attacks were planned by the defendants, who were detained in August and September before carrying out their plots, the court heard. Group mastermind Abed Shihadeh al-Tahawi, 55, was accused of pursuing the fundamentalist ideology of "takfiri" - a policy of killing anybody considered to be an infidel."
"Court documents accused al-Tahawi of recruiting his accomplices while preaching in mosques in Irbid, 80 kilometers north of Amman. During the trial that opened in March, the defendants repeatedly praised Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi, the Jordanian-born leader of al-Qaida in Iraq who is responsible for scores of deadly suicide attacks, beheadings and kidnappings. But the charge sheet did not directly link the defendants to al-Zarqawi or any other known terrorist group. Jordan has been battling Islamic extremists for several years and regularly sentences militants either at large or in custody to heavy prison sentences".
Jihadi Websites: Should they be shut down to pervent terrorist messages or used as surveillance?
Sarasota Private Investigator Bill Warner was on CBC Radio Toronto “The Current”, January 26th 2010, discussing the ever expanding “War On Terror” via Jihad Websites Hosted in the North America.
On Tuesday’s CBC Radio “The Current show private investigator Bill Warner exposed how al-Qaeda is winning the war of words on the internet, recruiting, solicitating and instructing would be suicide bombers on the who, what, where and how to join.
Bill Warner has shut down numerous Al-Qaeda and Al-Qaeda linked websites, such as the “Al-Qaida Web site was hosted in Phoenix” a Web site used by al-Qaida to recruit car bombers, encourage war on the West and provide a forum for Islamic militants went online from Phoenix, there have been at least 37 MSM articles featuring Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner's work on shutting down terror websites, see click here.
Bill Warner, Sarasota, Fla., private investigator has worked with federal agencies on terrorist-related issues, has been tracking terrorist-related Web sites for months.”The Web sites are a big part of the support network of terrorism financially,” he said.
“They use the Web sites to request money from the U.S. and the U.K. They ask people to take money to Pakistan.” Warner said he blames Web-hosting companies for failing to monitor content. Instead, he said, they wait until the site is brought to their attention to take action. “All you’ve got to do is look,” Warner said, pointing to the Phoenix Web site as an example. “You are one click away. First, there is a very benign front page, but all of a sudden, you see tanks being blown up and Osama bin Laden and martyrs. It doesn’t matter that you can’t read Arabic.”
Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.