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Saturday, August 30, 2008
Friday, August 29, 2008
Al-Azhar Fatwa: Hacking U.S., Israeli Websites Is Permissible as Part of Electronic Jihad
No. 2037 - August 29, 2008
According to a report on Islamonline.net, the Al-Azhar Fatwa Committee has issued a fatwa permitting the hacking of American and Israeli websites that harm Islam and Muslims, and also permitting damaging them, as part of "electronic jihad."
The Israelis have a hacker team, but USA doesn't.
Would police agencys turn on citizens hacking destroying terrorist sites?
What do you think?
Thursday, August 28, 2008
Ops and Intel update
Photo by Gerald © 2008
By Evan Kohlmann
The NEFA Foundation has published several new items on its website which will be of interest to counterterrorism researchers. First, the NEFA Foundation has obtained video of a conversation with Taliban Deputy Commander Sirajuddin Haqqani, the son of the infamous Afghan mujahideen leader Jalaluddin Haqqani. Though only in his early thirties, Haqqani is considered one of the most powerful Taliban military commanders in Pakistan and Afghanistan, and has been rumored as a possible internal political rival to the current Taliban administration of Mullah Mohammed Omar. Haqqani has freely acknowledged his role in organizing recent terrorist attacks in the Afghan capital Kabul, and his partnership with foreign fighters arriving from elsewhere in the Muslim world. This video was made by Rahimullah Yousufzai, a veteran reporter/analyst based in Peshawar.
Second, the NEFA Foundation has released a transcript of the latest audio message from Al-Qaida’s Deputy Commander Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri. Addressing his plea to the Pakistani military, al-Zawahiri spoke for the first time in English and called upon low and mid-ranking soldiers to violently revolt against the leadership of Pervaiz Musharraf and his alliance with the United States. Al-Zawahiri also discussed at length his own experiences and knowledge of Pakistan, though he also conceded that his unfamiliarity with Urdu was forcing him to adopt English, the language of the “enemies of Islam.”
Third, the NEFA Foundation has obtained the responses provided by 9/11 planners Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM) and "Khallad" to questions submitted by Salim Hamdan's attorneys. Asked whether Hamdan had "any involvement in the planning of attacks outside Afghanistan," KSM stated, "he was not at all a military man." He added, "as a member in Al-Qaeda Council (Shoura) the highest executive committee in Al-Qaeda, I am certain of all who works in the field mentioned..." He later said, "I personally was the executive director of 9/11, and Hamdan had no previous knowledge of the operation, or any other one." Asked about information flow in Al-Qaida, KSM responded, "so many of UBL's inner circles have no knowledge of what he was planning and so many of Al-Qaeda members and even the trainers at the military camps do not have any knowledge of the works of the outside cells. That includes the civilian employees."
Finally, the NEFA Foundation has released additional content drawn from Al-Somood, a monthly Islamic magazine published by the Taliban’s media center. In this piece, dated July 2007, Al-Somood provides a biography of Taliban military commander Mullah Dadullah, who was killed by NATO and Afghan troops in May 2007. The biography explains that "“One of the most dangerous (things) the martyr Dadullah had done against the worldwide crusader ally in Afghanistan is coaching the suicide youngsters who had overpowered the crusader forces as soldiers. The number of these youngsters reaches the hundreds and they have been spread in the different counties of Afghanistan. These youngsters have succeeded, with the kindness of the raised God, in filling the hearts of the enemy with fear from everything and in every place, and for that, the enemy saw him (Dadullah) as the master of the suicides and named him as the martyr Zarqawi, the master of the suicides in Iraq.”
Surprisingly Candid Answers From the Muslim Brotherhood
By The Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT)
Officials at the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) offer swift and vehement denials when anyone publicly links them to the Muslim Brotherhood, an international movement that seeks the spread of Shariah, or Islamic law, throughout the world.
This week, someone has made that connection again. And CAIR's reaction will be interesting to watch. The source this time? Mohammed Habib, the second-in-command of the Muslim Brotherhood. In an interview published by Pajamas Media, the Brotherood's Deputy Supreme Guide acknowledges the connection between his organization and CAIR.
Habib spoke candidly about the Brotherhood's relationship with affiliates - or, "Muslim Brotherhood entities," as he termed them - outside of Egypt.
For the full story, please visit the IPT's website.August 27, 2008 11:02 AM Link
By Jon Hemming - Analysis
KABUL (Reuters) - The Taliban were very clear about their strategy this year, declaring it for all to see on their Web site in March; more suicide bombs, isolating Kabul and hitting troop supply lines. So far they have not disappointed.
Given the firepower behind 70,000 foreign troops and 130,000 Afghan forces, long-haired bands of Taliban militants cannot be expected on the streets of the capital anytime soon. But the Taliban do not have to win, only wait for their enemies to lose.
"For besieging the Afghan and foreign forces in Kabul, we have begun the initial work on the main roads leading to Kabul from four directions," senior Taliban leader Mullah Brother said in an interview posted on the militant Web site.
Three of the four main roads out of Kabul are no longer safe for government employees, aid workers and foreigners to travel.
The Taliban even declared they would launch large attacks in the area where 10 French troops were killed last week after one French general admitted "we were guilty of overconfidence".
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxHuman Terrain Team (HTT). Great read...in operation/action.G
Russia successfully tests ICBM designed to beat anti-missile systems
August 28, 2008, 3:19 PM (GMT+02:00)
Russia's Topol RS-12M (SS-25 Sickle)
Reporting this Thurs. Aug. 28, Alexander Vovk, spokesman for Russia’s strategic nuclear forces said the Topol RS-12M was tested to “develop equipment for potential combat and use against ground-based missiles.”
Earlier this week, amid the crisis over Georgia, Russian president Dmitry Medvedev warned of a military response to the US missile shield to be installed in Europe.
The ICBM test follows Russia’s warning to NATO against sending more ships to the Black Sea and caution to Moldava to watch its step.
DEBKAfile Special Report
August 27, 2008, 12:47 PM (GMT+02:00)
A Hizballah bunker close to Israeli border
The geography of the accident Tuesday, Aug. 26, belied the reiterated claims of Israeli ministers and UN officials that Hizballah’s rockets had been pushed back from the Lebanese-Israeli border under the terms of the Resolution 1701 ceasefire. The Hizballah operative was discussing with his men how far inside Israeli territory the rockets installed at launch pads on the Israeli border could reach. In Jerusalem, Israeli ministers discussed measures for protecting the civilian population "by legislation."
Fringe 'Space Marines' Idea Gets First Official MeetingBy David Axe
Seven years ago in the Pentagon cafeteria, two sci-fi-loving Marines shared a vision: to build a Space Shuttle-like "spaceplane" that could "to instantaneously deliver Marine squads anywhere on Earth." The two Marines, Roosevelt Lafontant and Franz Gayl, and their mildly crazy idea were the subjects of my Popular Science cover story from last year. "The whole idea still rings of science fiction, and the question is whether its proponents can corral the various technologies together to make the project possible," I wrote.
But now the so-called Small Unit Space Transport and Insertion, or Sustain, has taken a step towards reality. Joe Rouge, director of the National Security Space Office, has scheduled the first official meeting to define Sustain's Concept of Operations:
August 27, 2008 5:24 PM ET
By Bill Roggio
The unnamed leader has traveled to Iran and Lebanon to consult with Iranian agents and Hezbollah. He was also behind the June 24 bombing attack at the Sadr City District Advisory Council meeting that killed two US soldiers, two members of the US State Department, and six Iraqis.
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Photo by Gerald © 2008
Bot Surveillance Units available to Government agencys.
By Gerald, Internet Anthropologist
Aug 21, 2008
Bot Surveillance Units are 'Remote tracking traps, each unit includes 1 year of world wide Internet
Bots collect: IPs, IPS, Physical Location, PC language and PC set up.
Elite Proxys no problem, we have walk arounds.
We set up, monitor, adjust and collect intel and email same to you.
Availability 150 units.
We operate in the Gray area of the Intenet.
Neither OSINT nor Hacking.
Beyond OSINT and less than Hacking.
We also offer searching, for those Items Google misses. ( they do a fantastic job but still only cover 80% of the web, and even then miss some items on their indexed pages.
We use a horizontal searching paradigm, its labor intensive but produces results.
With a writ or "Letter of Marque" we could do alot more.
Everything we do is legal, because of criminal prohibitions
we find the risk reward ratio unsatisfactory.
And it would be illegal.
Internet Anthropologist Think Tank
Acting on the Paradigms we develop.
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Urnar Rabie X4
UMAR RABIE ARRESTED IN BRITAN, man arrested over threat to kill Gordon Brown
I was contacted a source asking to trace and track this person,
and we were able to provide assistance in a minor way.
And reported his IP to MI5.
From Infovlad forum.
umar rabie umar rabie is online now
Join Date: May 2007
umar rabie is on a distinguished road
no muslims get tired from sheikh ayman az zawahiri,
he is the one who change sheikh usama to what he is,
i say this because when i met sheikh usama in 1999 he told me about zawahiri,
and he praised sheikh ayman so much that i start thinking that az zawahiri is obl's leader.
sheikh ayman az zawahiri is a hero,
whenever he sends an audio/video then he incites all sunni muslims to defend their religion...
infiroo ilal iraq wanfiroo ilal iraq...
We have copied several of their key pages in case they erase the pages.
We still have the evidence.
Data collected Jul 2007.
Umar Rabie's IP 18.104.22.168
Umar Rabie's Bro IP 22.214.171.124
We also provided physical location.
DATA COLLECTED WITH bsu ( BOT SURVEILLANCE UNITS )
Emailing big Z
Bin Hiden and Baitullah,
Photo by Gerald © 2008
Bin Hiden and Baitullah, to start their own dialysis clinic.
The "Bin Bait Clinic".
The sources said Baitullah Mehsud, in his late 30s, was suffering from diabetes and hypertension for the last four years. However, his condition deteriorated about two months ago when his blood glucose, or sugar, levels rose and his kidneys were infected. He was suffering from Type 1 diabetes and needed insulin injections regularly. "Sometimes, he is in a poor state of health and appears to be critically ill. But there are occasions when he bounces back to health and is so sturdy that nobody can tell that he is ill," the sources said.
Its the best Clinic in any cave in Paki.
Semiotics and the GWOT
Photo by Gerald © 2008
House of Representatives on an amendment offered by Rep. Hoekstra to H.R. 5959 to deny DHS and NCTC the ability to expend any funds in their efforts to discourage use of words like “jihad” in U.S. strategic communication.
This is a question of Semiotics.
One of the best texts on the subject is by an old friend :
Appropriating Images: The Semiotics of Visual Representation
by Keyan Tomaselli
Softcover, Smyrna Pr, ISBN 8789825055 (87-89825-05-5)
While the book examines ethnographic films, it offers great insight to the use of Semiotics concepts.
He presents a communication-based approach to ethnographic semiotics.
This is a model for interpreting anthropological film. His explanation of Semiotics, is unusual as it bypasses the confusion generated by technical writing on the semiotics and shifts from "text" to "text-context" . He studies how the meaning occurs in language and film. And explains the conceptual tools of semiotics, signs and codes. How signs are strung together in codes and how these form `necklaces of signification'. And how we draw meaning from three different forms of signs, Iconic, Indexical and Symbolic, and how they can be both denotative and connotative. He also explores methods of encoding and discrepant decoding and the difference between conceived text, production text, produced text, transmitted text and received text. And how perceived text develops into social text and results in a public text. For example a `bulldog' connotes status, power, and so on, but to a Scottish nationalist it may connate subjugation, the English, and disdain for their conquerors. And relates how the same text leads to different interpretations, through context.
In the instant case, “jihad” has become a cultural icon.
In current pop culture, “jihad” has come in the West to refer to violent Muslim actions.
But in a Mosque in traditional Islam it does not refer to Violence.
But the daily struggle to be a "good" Muslim and one's personal quest for Allah.
The terrorist have premuated a new conceived text that encompasses violent actions
in contravention to Allah's word.
The question becomes discrepant decodings among the worlds populations.
Most modern Muslims understand this dual meaning, and decode accordingly.
But some fringe groups and propagandists promote confusion and discrepant decoding and they know difference between conceived text and transmitted text and received text.
And take advantage of that discrepancy for propaganda.
In my writting I distinguish between the two meanings with different spellings.
Jihad vs Jahid.
Monday, August 25, 2008
screwed up big time on this one. G
I expected the show to start out with the ugly American
and develop into a balanced truthful accurate representation of the Invasion/war on Iraq.
The show hates American troops, it never balanced out the first segment, it just got worse and worse.
I makes out American troops out to be baby killing, civilian killing, no respect for human life LIKE al Qaeda.
Americans are not like that, American troops are not like that, the series is an embarrassment to HBO.
It is just UGLY.
I've called my cable server and canceled HBO.
The series could have been directed by al Qaeda, its is a terrorist propaganda view of American Troops.
Sorry guys I was way off on this piece of illegitimate CRAP.
Generation Kill is a 2008HBOtelevision miniseries based on the book of the same name by Evan Wright, and adapted for television by David Simon, Ed Burns, and Wright. The series premiered on July 13, 2008 and is set to span seven episodes. It is produced by Simon, Burns, Nina K. Noble, Andrea Calderwood, George Faber, and Charles Pattinson.
Sorry ED Burns and David Simon your names come up and I'll be changing channels,
it will feel good to turn you off. Evan Wright just SUCKS.
And I'll be clicking on any of the producers I see.
Mea culpa, Mea culpa, mea maxima culpa
Rocket attack by Taliban kills 10 in NW Pakistan
Rocket attack by Taliban kills 10 in NW Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, Aug. 25 (Xinhua) -- Up to ten people were killed in a rocket attack by Taliban in northwest Pakistan on Monday, according to private DAWN NEWS TV channel.
The rocket attack targeted the house of a local member of provincial assembly (MPA) in Swat valley in North West Frontier Province.
As a result of the attack, MPA Waqar Ahmed's brother and other family members were killed, according to DAWN NEWS.
The Bajaur chapter of a militant group Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan Sunday unilaterally ceased fire with security forces and offered peace talks with the government. However, Pakistani government rejected their offer.
The Taliban have the upper hand and should be put on the list of banned organizations in Pakistan, said Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Co-Chairman and presidential candidate Zardari in a interview with a foreign media on Sunday.
Where did the rockets come from?
IRAN??? Across the Paki, Iran border?
UPDATE: One of our sources fills us in:
I looked at the pics of the damage, very little charring, no craters, almost certainly they were Katyusha rockets. They are coming in from Uzbekistan, sold from the Russian Army for heroin. They were using them over the Durand Line but our return fire was so effective they largely stopped. The launchers are hard to come by so they don't use them on us very often.
They have a range of about 28 km., 6 kg. warhead, very accurate at 4-5 km. Been around since 1941. Likely also it was mainly a mortar attack.
Probably not IRAN.
Pakistan’s Dr Nuke bids for the presidency
Times Online - UK
Last week a group of lawyers in the Pakistani city of Lahore marched in support of Khan’s candidacy. His actual election, requiring a majority vote in the ...
When we hit Iran, they will open the borders in Afghan and Paki and send in Qods
to support the Taliban. But may not be a big problem. Target troops and supplies
as they cross the border into Paki and Afghan. And Iran will have its hands full
trying to fight back, re-activate Command and Control.
We would then have Two fronts, Iran and the Durand line.
Our only objectives in Iran, kill the nuclear sites and defensive against WWII
era weapons, something USA is real good at.
Sunday, August 24, 2008
Taliban loosing war in Paki
Photo by Gerald © 2008
Taliban as Tribe G
20 kg flour bag for Rs 300 in Ramazan: $ 3.91 USD
|www.chinaview.cn 2008-08-25 00:23:31|
ISLAMABAD, Aug. 24 (Xinhua) -- A Pakistani official said Sunday that the operation against Taliban would continue until their surrender.
Advisor to the prime minister on interior Rehman Malik told reporters that the unilateral ceasefire announced by Taliban was not acceptable, as they had broken previous pledges.
The private Geo TV quoted Malik as saying that the ceasefire could only hold if Taliban surrender their arms publicly in Islamabad.
Malik said that 550 Taliban had been killed in the Bajaur military operation, while a number of dead bodies were still lying in the area.
To a question, he said that some of killed and arrested militants are Uzbiks, details of whom will be shared with media soon.
The area is refered to as "Stan" by military leaders, on both sides of Durand border, Taliban cannot stand up to this kind of joint pressure.
Taliban are on the down side slope, just a matter of time.
Of course this doesn't discount some last ditch effort in a major atack by the Talbi.