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Re: Yihadismo On Line

Mensaje por kilo009 » 25 Sep 2009 18:13

A la espera de más datos, parece ser que Bin Laden ha colgado un vídeo en Internet, subtitulado en inglés y alemán (¿aprovechando las elecciones y el lo difícil de la situación en el PRT alemán?), pidiendo a Europa que retire sus fuerzas de Afganistán.

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Re: Yihadismo On Line

Mensaje por marianosanmillan » 15 Oct 2009 20:30

www.salafishispanos.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t...

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Re: Yihadismo On Line

Mensaje por Mueca » 21 Nov 2009 16:38

Buen documento que debemos tener en cuenta:

Increasing numbers of English-language Web sites are spreading al-Qaida's message to Muslims in the West. They translate writings and sermons once largely out of reach of English readers and often feature charismatic clerics like Anwar al-Awlaki, who exchanged dozens of e-mails with the Army psychiatrist accused of the Fort Hood shootings.

The U.S.-born al-Awlaki has been an inspiration to several militants arrested in the United States and Canada in recent years, with his Web-based sermons often turning up on their computers.

"The point is you don't have to be an official part of al-Qaida to spread hatred and sectarian views," said Evan Kohlmann, a senior investigator for the New York-based NEFA Foundation, which researches Islamic militants.

"If you look at the most influential documents in terms of homegrown terrorism cases, it's not training manuals on building bombs," Kohlmann said. "The most influential documents are the ones that are written by theological advisers, some of whom are not even official al-Qaida members."

Most of the radical Islamic sites are not run or directed by al-Qaida, but they provide a powerful tool for recruiting sympathizers to its cause of jihad, or holy war, against the United States, experts who track the activity said.

The number of English-language sites sympathetic to al-Qaida has risen from about 30 seven years ago to more than 200 recently, said Abdulmanam Almushawah, head of a Saudi government program called Assakeena, which works to combat militant Islamic Web sites.

In contrast, Arabic-language radical sites have dropped to around 50, down from 1,000 seven years ago, because of efforts by governments around the world to shut them down, he said.

Al-Qaida has long tried to reach a Western audience. Videotaped messages from its leader, Osama bin Laden, and his deputy Ayman al-Zawahri usually have English subtitles. But translations of writings and sermons that form the theological grounding for al-Qaida's ideology, along with preachers like al-Awlaki, mostly eliminate the language barrier.

Al-Awlaki's sermons have turned up on the computers of nearly every homegrown terror suspect arrested in the United States, Kohlmann said.

Members of a group of Canadian Muslims arrested in 2006 for allegedly forming a training camp and plotting bombing attacks in Toronto listened to his online calls for jihad, according to the case against them in court. According to prosecutors, an al-Awlaki sermon on jihad was among the numerous materials — including videos of beheadings — found on the computers of five men convicted in December of plotting attacks on the Fort Dix military base in New Jersey.

On his Web site and in widely circulated lectures, the 38-year-old al-Awlaki, now in hiding in Yemen, often calls on Muslims to fight against the United States, accusing it of waging war on Islam in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Nidal Hasan, who has been charged in the Fort Hood shootings, contacted al-Awlaki nearly a year ago. In an interview published in The Washington Post, al-Awlaki said he did not pressure Hasan to carry out the shooting, but after the attack, al-Awlaki praised him as a hero. U.S. investigators have said Hasan appears to have acted alone, not on orders from anyone, when he opened fire Nov. 5 at the Texas military base, killing 13.

The cleric met two of the 9/11 hijackers at mosques where he preached in the United States, and after his return to Yemen he was detained for more than a year on suspicion of involvement in a kidnapping gang. Yemeni officials released him because they could not confirm an al-Qaida link, but they say they are hunting for him again on suspicion he may have ties.

U.S. intelligence officials declined comment on the spread of English-language jihadist Web sites.

Such sites are expected to follow closely the upcoming trials of Hasan and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who is accused of being a top architect of the 9/11 attacks, said Rita Katz, head of the U.S. based SITE Intelligence Group, which follows on line militant traffic. The Obama administration announced this week that Mohammed and four others will be put on trial in New York City.

Almushawah said clerics like al-Awlaki are "more dangerous than any other group." And if these clerics are jailed, "it's no big loss for al-Qaida because they don't belong to the network," he said.

Many of the sites post speeches by English-speaking clerics like al-Awlaki or, more often, translations of sermons and lectures by Arabic-speaking clerics.

One site, the Pulpit of Monotheism and Jihad links to sermons by al-Awlaki, alongside English versions of speeches by some of the top sheikhs of jihadist ideology — even some who are dead like Abdullah Azzam.

The proliferation of sites in English means "potential jihadists can know only their native language and still be radicalized," Katz said.

While al-Awlaki has become popular, "other, more prominent and influential Arabic-speaking jihadist sheikhs ... have had their works and speeches translated into English and other languages. Their works tend to be used more often by the jihadist community to justify violence," she said in an e-mail interview. Al-Awlaki "fills a void in that he can directly interact, understand and communicate with English-speaking jihadists in a way that Arabic-speaking clerics cannot."

Almushawah says most of the servers for the sites are in Britain, but they can be run from anywhere and most of them are operated and receive content from the U.S. Most of the clerics who appear on them are in the Arab world with some in France and England.

U.S. intelligence officials declined to comment on the spread of English language sites and their influence.

Saudi Arabia set up its Assakeena program after authorities found that 70 percent of al-Qaida sympathizers were drawn to the group through the Internet. In the campaign, government-backed preachers monitor 400 radical Islamic web sites and inject a more moderate message on the sites.

The campaigners also directly contact and dialogue with militants they encounter on the Web, conversations that can take weeks or months. Of 2,631 militants contacted by the group, 1,170 withdrew their support for radicals, according to the campaign. About a fifth of the militants were from Europe and North American, and the rest from Arab countries.

Assakeena — the name is Arabic for "Tranquility from God" — is part of other hearts-and-minds programs the kingdom launched to complement its crackdown on al-Qaida after the group carried out a series of attacks on foreigners and oil infrastructure in 2004. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20091120/ap_ ... ida_online


Había por ahí una noticia que hablaba del número de web's que agencias de inteligencia españolas tenían monitorizadas, ¿alguien tiene el documento? Veo un creciente riesgo en este tipo de pautas, que en tanto vayan aumentando su transmisión al idioma universal mayor va a ser el número de adeptos a captar. Se podría dar la situación, creo que se da ya, de incluso traducciones al español.
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Cyberterrorismo islámico: As-Sahab | Global Islamic Media Fr

Mensaje por Endovelicus » 05 Mar 2010 07:02

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El Al-Fajr Media Center acaba de publicar el número 16 de la revista "Vanguards of Khorasan".

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O réprobo, que calça pantufas de fogo e cuja cabeça está coberta com um gorro de chamas, imagina que ninguém é tão castigado como ele. Na verdade, é ele o que menos sofre no inferno.

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Re: Al-Fajr Media Center | As-Sahab | Global Islamic Media Front

Mensaje por Endovelicus » 05 Mar 2010 08:13

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"An Interview With The Shaheed Abu Dujaanah al-Khorasani" (As-Sahab)

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O réprobo, que calça pantufas de fogo e cuja cabeça está coberta com um gorro de chamas, imagina que ninguém é tão castigado como ele. Na verdade, é ele o que menos sofre no inferno.

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Re: Al-Fajr Media Center | As-Sahab | Global Islamic Media Front

Mensaje por Endovelicus » 05 Mar 2010 19:03

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Nueva "intel".
Fajr Media Center acaba de difundir un comunicado sobre las elecciones generales de 7 de marzo de 2010 (domingo) en Irak. La mensaje? No votes en las proximas elecciones y de las 06:00 de la mañana hasta las 18:00 de la tarde quédate en casa.
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Una llamada a las armas

Mensaje por Endovelicus » 08 Mar 2010 02:19

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As-Sahab: Una llamada a las armas, (por Adam Yahiye Gadahn, "Azzam el Americano")

[...] "My Muslim brother: Jihad is neither the personal property nor the exclusive responsibility of any single group, organization or individual. Instead, it is the personal duty of every able-bodied Muslim on the face of this earth, until the last Muslim captive is freed and the last piece of occupied Islamic land is recovered and until Muslims live in safety and security in the benevolent shadow of the Islamic state. Allah subhaanahu wa ta’ala has given you faculties of reason, judgement and choice within the guidelines of Islam, and it is for you – like your heroic Mujahid brother Nidal Hasan – to decide how, when and where you discharge this duty".


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Re: Yihadismo On Line

Mensaje por cartledge » 29 Abr 2010 21:02

Un trabajo sobre la procedencia de las visitas a foros yihadistas. Es curioso como se menciona la influencia que las visitas a esos foros de las agencias de seguridad pueden tener en la configuración de las estadísticas. Entre al Magreb y Europa se alcanza el 25 por ciento de las visitas. http://www.sofir.org/sarchives/006313.php
Para estos temas en España recomiendo estar pendiente del trabajo del profesor Manuel R. Torres

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