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    Wednesday, October 22, 2008

    alhesbah DOWN pwnd

    alhesbah DOWN pwnd.
    alhesbah and all its variations are down.

    Al-Hesbah - Internet Anthro Intel Public Wiki


    "Al-Hesbah is an Arabic message board and has been called "one of the most widely used jihadist Internet forums". In March 2006, the site was accused by rival Jihadist forum of aiding in the arrest of the well-known cyber-persona of Irhabi 007, a representative of Al-Qaeda in Iraq. This led to the site administrators shutting down the site on March 26, stating that they had discovered the identities of two members of the site who were actual security officers, Muhammad al-Zuhayri and Muhammad Tamallat. In April 2006, the site was accused of aiding the arrests of 40 mujahideen in Saudia Arabia, drawing claims that it was either "heavily monitored", or working in actual connection with, Saudi security forces. On August 4, 2006, the site again caught attention when it released a communique entitled How to Kill a Crusader in the Arabian Peninsula. On June 29, 2007, the site was found to have a warning possibly related to the failed 2007 London car bombs in London, England." Source 

    Tactical Internet Systems analyst


    It was not clear who was responsible for the blocking, but there were hints that it might have been Shiite Muslims acting against the Wahabi sect of Sunni Islam represented by Al-Qaeda.

    The jihadists' sites are not the only ones to have been invaded in what appear to be tit-for-tat attacks by rival cyber experts from the Sunni and Shiite strands of Islam.

    Shiites missed their backup sites:


    Who took down the Terrorist sites? WE KNOW.G.



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