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    Saturday, March 22, 2008

    Intel and ops report

    AKI: Al-Qaeda 'enlisting widows as suicide bombers'


    Amid debate over how much data companies like Google and Yahoo should gather about people who surf the Web, one new company is drawing attention — and controversy — by boasting that it will collect the most complete information of all.

    The company, called Phorm, has created a tool that can track every single online action of a given consumer, based on data from that person's Internet service provider. The trick for Phorm is to gain access to that data, and it is trying to negotiate deals with telephone and cable companies, like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast, that provide broadband service to millions.


    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced on Thursday that it had chosen Rod Beckström -- a risk-software entrepreneur, author and global activist -- to become the first director of the newly created National Cyber Security Center (NCSC).


    Cyber attacks against Tibetan communities
    Published: 2008-03-21,
    Last Updated: 2008-03-22 12:26:51 UTC
    by Maarten Van Horenbeeck (Version: 4)

    There is lots of media coverage on the protests in Tibet. Something that lies under the surface, and rarely gets a blip in the press, are the various targeted cyber attacks that have been taking place against these various communities recently.

    These attacks are not limited to various Tibetan NGOs and support groups. They have been reported dating back to 2002, and even somewhat before that, and have affected several other communities, including Falun Gong and the Uyghurs.

    The attacks generally start with a very trustworthy looking e-mail, being spoofed as originating from a known contact, to someone within a community. Some impressive social engineering tricks are used:

    * Messages make a strong statement on a well known individual or group, but do not mention its name. The attachment is then named after that individual. A state of 'cognitive dissonance' is invoked between the reader's pre-existent beliefs and the statement. There's a natural urge to click on the attachment to confirm that belief;
    * The writing style of the purported sender is usually well researched to have the message look as believable as possible;
    * The content of the document actually matches closely what was discussed in the e-mail message;
    * Having legitimate, trusted, users actually forward along a message back into the community.

    The messages contain an attachment which exploits a client side vulnerability. Generally these are:

    * CHM Help files with embedded objects;
    * Acrobat Reader PDF exploits;
    * Microsoft Office exploits;
    * LHA files exploiting vulnerabilities in WinRAR;
    * Exploitation of an ActiveX component through an attached HTML file.


    • From SMTP to HTTP to FTP

      - 16 hours ago

      A year or two ago, the malware author's preferred way of spreading their wares was via e-mail attachments. We all remember mass outbreaks like Bagle, Mydoom and Warezov. Well, sending EXE attachments in e-mail doesn...


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    Background noise, Chatter

    Background noise, Chatter indicate al Qaeda on the ropes, serious cadre losses at highest levels.
    Unable to confirm same, currently paradigm indicates a mostly ghost cadre running al Qaeda.

    Com links down, 3rd and 4th tier admin isolated with out direction.

    Floundering trying to bootstrap its self.

    Calling muj commanders from the 80's, desperate.

    Making noise about doing something big in its death throes.

    Lacking experienced leaders threat is one of bumbling but serious intent.

    Low grade persistent chatter and background noise "nukes" for about 2 weeks.


    AKI: Al-Qaeda 'enlisting widows as suicide bombers'

    al Qaeda turning on Taliban in Paki

    Sloppy editing of Binys video, way short of usual standards.
    And the sloppy editing of this tape, a BIN LADEN, tape, indicates a severe degradation of
    the tech side, even.

    Taliban will give up al Qaeda.
    At Tora Bora Biny split up his retreating troops, Taliban one team and HIS team Arabs.
    He knows they will sell them out.

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    Friday, March 21, 2008

    Terrorist web sites, what to do?

    Ddan has an interesting post on the subject: here

    What to do with the terrorist web sites?

    It is a involoved paradigm, and we are picking our way through the potential mine field.

    Some argue to leave them up for the Intel production.
    And that some Intel may be lost if they are shut down.

    Dan speaks of a tipping point.

    I am also looking at a tipping point.
    A different tipping point.

    Consoider for a moment if ALL terrorist sites were taken down,
    one swipe world wide?

    That would have a significant impact on recruiting, and generating home grown terrorist, and many other benefits.

    Each time a site is shut down, they loose part of their audience,
    and loose data and creditability.
    Not to mention the security they must build and maintain to set up a new site,
    and the psysic energy and the blow to morale, consider loosing your own Blog.
    The wasted time setting it back up knowing it will be shut back down again.
    and loss of command and control, and com links.
    If they email members of the new site then they are also notifying us.
    We are hidden in their lists.

    We have passwords to most sites, and back doors and mine them for links, urls and members
    and copy the entire site before shut down. And are working to make these copies
    available to the FEDS, we know they probally have copies already, but in case we take down one that don't have a copy for , we do have the copy. We have the man power to avail our selves
    of these capabilities with Company "C".

    Company "C" allows me to move from Intel collection and reporting to developing actionable Intel for the FEDS, and planning operations and prosecuting the GWOT with in legal limits.
    In an area that needs service.

    We also give the FEDS prior notice before we take down a site, and are willing to sign secrecy
    agreements on any sites they want to remain up.

    Of course it can be argued that this drives them to the Dark web.
    Which limits their public recruitment and command and control to the Ummah.
    And reduces the number of sites.

    And we have moles working in many of these dark sites.
    If you have a dark site it limits your recruitment and public influence.
    And command and control to a very limited cadre.

    The estimates we have seen estimate there are 4,000 terrorist web sites.

    We recently took down a little known hub for propaganda distribution.
    Thousands of vids very little text.

    The number of terror sites hosted by American Companys could be drastically cut
    by a few prosecutions under current laws, as it stands now their is no down side
    to hosting a terror site other than Bad PR when they are caught, and then they
    claim they didn't know. . Violation authority cited:
    And many hosts just ignore the complaints, currently without
    any prosecutions the law is with out teeth.
    Company "C" is looking for an Attorney to file complaints against the
    hosts for violation the laws, we can supply the complainant and evidence.

    Suggested first target:

    Background here.

    Drive them to web sites in terror supporting countrys and
    you open the possibility of direct attacks on servers by USA military.
    Under the color of law and war.

    We think this is a workable solution to the 4,000 terror web sites
    and maintain copies of sites for further study.


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    The latest public Intel out of Company "C"


    Intel request:
    The second to last Bin Laden tape you could hear his o2 machine, in between talking.
    I would like to run the newest tape on a oscilloscope type program to see how many edits.
    If they edited the tape after every sentence, to cut out the sound of the O2 Machine.
    There should be some free programs that do this, any experts in Co C?
    BACKGROUND & old video HERE
    Video newest vid here.
    The most recent tape to be checked.



    When you look at the full audio, here's what you see:


    The green are spoken words, the gaps between them are the space between the words.

    When you look a little closer you see that in the gaps there are some anomalies:


    Note that in the gaps there are small "ticks" between some of the words. These are not spoken
    words and are not "natural" sounds_ they are probably either mechanical or signs of splicing.

    By going back and deleting all of the spoken words, you can listen to the "empty spaces" between
    the spoken words. Below you can see a section that is selected to be deleted. Note that in some but not
    all of the gaps, there are these ticks.


    The result is an audio that only plays the background noise and on this audio, some clicks
    are to be heard, each of the corresponding with one of the ticks on the resulting waveform:


    This audio (emptyspaces.mp3) is posted as an attachment to this entry. If you listen to it
    you can clearly hear the clicks. These could be any of the following:

    1 The sound of some sort of breathing machinery in the background
    2 Indicative that a splice was made in the content (I'm leery of this as you'd think they could have done a bettr job splicing)
    3 Actual sounds created by the mouth/throat itself, which would indicate some difficulty in breathing.
    4 Something completely different.

    Note that these are the breaths in-between the words so the apparent shortness of breath in this audio is an illusion.

    ( I've had some experience with trachea, and o2 condenser, and even MACHINE that breathes for you, to me this sounds
    like shortness of breath AND EDITING, to cut the machine sounds out. I heard in the second to last tape..Gerald )

    That's just my opinion but it would be interesting to see what everyone else thinks these clicks might be.



    Biny, if this is him, is close to DEATH.

    God I love this, GERALD

    Listen to the final edit, with voice removed, it is an attachment at source above.


    What this tells us, without a power supply Bin Laden will suffer Brain damage from lack
    of O2.

    He needs power to run a O2 condenser, or machine to fill his O2 bottles, either grid, or batteries,
    or hand delivered O2 bottles.
    With his condition there are certain medical supplies he needs in in continual supply.

    He cannot be off the grid for too long.

    And the sloppy editing of this tape, a BIN LADEN, tape, indicates a severe degradation of
    the tech side, even.



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    Thursday, March 20, 2008

    WHY al Qaeda will be tracked down .

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    Wednesday, March 19, 2008

    Internet Anthropologist replys to Bin Laden

    In the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the most merciful…

    To the intelligent ones in the Middle East:

    Peace be upon he who follows guidance.

    This talk of mine is to you and concerns the Bobming of Mosques, Moslem killing Moslem and women and children and beheading civilians and your neglicgence in spite of the opportunity presented to take the necessary measures to prevent their being repeated.

    To begin, I tell you: hostility between human beings is very old, but the intelligent ones among the nations in all eras have been keen to observe the etiquettes of dispute and the morals of fighting.

    This is best for them as conflict is ever changing and war has its ups and downs.

    However, you, in your conflict with us, have abandoned many of the morals of fighting in practice, even if you hold aloft its slogans in theory.

    How it saddens us that you target Mosques, market places wonem and children with your bombing: those modest mud villages which have collapsed onto women and children.

    You do that intentionally and I am witness to that.

    All of this [you do] without right and in conformity with your oppressive ally who – along with their oppressive policies – the Taliban

    And it is no longer hidden from you that these savage acts haven't ended the war, but rather increase our determination to cling to our right, avenge our people, and expel the terrorists from these countrys.

    And [you also know now] that these massacres are never erased from the memory of the peoples and the effects of this are not hidden. Islam and Allah will remember Bin Ladens connection to Satan.

    Although our tragedy in your killing of Moslem women and children is a very great one, it paled when you went overboard in your unbelief and freed yourselves of the etiquettes of dispute and fighting and went to the extent of beheading civilians.

    This is the greater and more serious tragedy, and reckoning for it will be more severe.

    And I bring your attention to a telling matter, which is that despite your beheadings , you haven't seen any reaction from the three and a half billion non-Muslims, they have beheaded no moslems (peace and prayers be upon him).

    We believe in all of the Prophets (peace and prayers be upon them), and Allah said: "The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger, and strive with might and main for mischief through the land is: execution, or crucifixion, or the cutting off of hands and feet from opposite sides, or exile from the land: that is their disgrace in this world, and a heavy punishment is theirs in the Hereafter." 33:Al-Maeda .

    And here it is worth pointing out that there is no need to use as an excuse the sacredness you accord of your laws and and how you lie and twist the Qaraan.

    If so, then on what basis were the terrorist exempted from being subject to your laws of sharia.

    And on what basis do you suppress those who cast doubt on the statistics of an historical event

    In addition, you know that there is one man who can put an end to these beheadings, Mosque bombings,Moslem killing Moslem women and children, turn in Bin Laden.

    To sum up, then, the laws of Allah the Most High are not null and void, are sacred, and matter to Moslems, but not al Qaeda or the Taliban.

    In closing, I tell you: if there is no check on Bin Ladens insults to the Qarran, then let your hearts be open to the pain you inflict on Moslems by your actions.

    And it is amazing and to make light of others that you talk about tolerance and peace at a time when your soldiers perpetrate murder even against the weak and oppressed in our countries.

    The world denounces al Qaeda, and Bin Laden even Islam rejects them.

    And all of that is confirmation on your part of the continuation of the way as well as a testing of the Muslims in their religion: is the Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) more beloved to them than Bin Ladens bloodlust for power?

    The answer is what you see, not what you hear, and may our mothers be bereaved of us if we fail to help the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).

    And peace be upon he who follows the guidance.



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    Sunday, March 16, 2008

    The latest Taliban Sucker, from Germany


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    The IJU claims the German-born Turk Cüneyt C. carried out a suicide attack in Afghanistan earlier in March.

    The IJU claims the German-born Turk Cüneyt C. carried out a suicide attack in Afghanistan earlier in March.

    This possible martyr from Germany is no fictitious character. Cüneyt C., a 28-year-old German-born Turk, is known to be an Islamist and to have had links with the so-called "Sauerland Cell" led by Fritz Gelowicz and Adem Yilmaz. He had been regarded as dangerous since their arrest last year on suspicion of planning a terror attack (more...) in Germany. "Ismail from Ansbach," as C. was called by his friends had already left Germany by then. He left Ansbach with his wife and two children on April 2, giving up his apartment, quitting his job and even going to the local registration office to inform them he was leaving the area.

    The investigators have since regarded C. as belonging to a group who have travelled from Germany to Pakistan in order to receive training as Jihadists. In the eyes of the German authorities this makes them extremely dangerous.

    TALIBAN Suicide bombers learn of the you poor dumb bastards, DANCE.

    The Pakistani Taliban, Baitullah Mehsud have the suicde bombers DANCE for the Western Press. Taliban is political, faking religious excuses.

    Taliban claims responsibility for mosque suicide bombing

    Assalamu Alilkum Wa Rahmatulah Wa Barakatuh
    السلام ، الرحمه ، والبركة من الله ان يكون على


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    Al-Qaeda steps up its battle in Pakistan

    South Asia
    Mar 15, 2008

    Al-Qaeda steps up its battle in Pakistan
    By Syed Saleem Shahzad

    PESHAWAR, North-West Frontier Province - Al-Qaeda masterminded the deadly suicide attacks in Lahore this week at the offices of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), Asia Times Online has learned. The attacks are part of al-Qaeda's broader plan to undermine recent Pakistan-United States joint efforts to eradicate al-Qaeda's growing influence in Pakistan society.

    Two massive car bombs ripped through the regional headquarters of the FIA and an office of an advertising agency in Lahore on

    Tuesday, killing at least 30 people, including 16 FIA officials, and injuring more than 200.

    The real target?

    However, according to Asia Times Online's investigations, the real target, an undercover office of the Special Investigation Authority (SIA), was missed as the suicide attacker hit the advertising agency.

    The SIA is a joint initiative of US and Pakistani planners set up to eliminate the strong roots of radicalization in Punjab province which could easily be transformed into very strong al-Qaeda connections. The SIA will remain a target in Lahore as well as other parts of Punjab, including Multan.

    Al-Qaeda's plan
    At the root of al-Qaeda's strategy is the belief in the powerful ideology of Takfir, which deems all non-practicing Muslims infidels. This, al-Qaeda believes, fuels anti-Western forces in Muslim societies.

    From Pakistan's perspective, the tribal insurgencies in North-West Frontier Province are a thorn in the side of coalition troops in Afghanistan as the area is used as a staging ground for Taliban attacks into that country. But Islamabad believes these can at least be controlled, even if not tamed.

    The real concern is the radicalization of Punjab, the largest Pakistani province and comprising more than half the country's population, through banned militant organizations.

    Thousands of activists are known to be affiliated with banned militant organizations in Punjab. Many were initially trained by Pakistani security agencies to fuel the insurgency in Indian-administered Kashmir.

    However, after September 11, 2001, Pakistan, as a new partner in the "war on terror", was forced by the Americans to shelve its support of the Kashmiri insurgency. As a result, militant training camps were shut down and militants left their parent organizations in the thousands.

    These young jihadis are obviously committed fighters and have been kicking their heels for several years now. The fear is that if they fall into the hands of al-Qaeda, they could significantly escalate unrest in Pakistan, Afghanistan and even Iraq. Segments of these Punjab-based militant organizations have already been cultivated by the Takfiris, resulting in a new source of suicide bombers.

    It was specifically to confront this threat that the SIA was formed. A retired colonel who had served in the Pakistani Special Services Group and President Pervez Musharraf head the organization.

    In the first phase, the SIA coordinated with banned militant organizations such as the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) and the Jaish-i-Mohammed (JM) to compile a list of people who had broken away. Although these organizations are officially banned in Pakistan, they operate under various names and are still to a large extent under the influence of Pakistani security agencies.

    In the second phase, the authorities established separate desks to exclusively deal with the mindset of each particular sect.

    Under this program, dozens of former members of LeT and JM were arrested, mainly from Bawalpur and Multan, on the information provided by their former organizations. They were taken to security facilities in Lahore and presented with the following questionnaire.
    1. Reasons why you consider Musharraf an infidel.
    2. Have you read Sheikh Essa's book Al-Wala Wal Wabara (Enmity and Friendship). (Egyptian Essa is a hardline al-Qaeda ideologue.)
    3. Are you familiar with the ideology of Takfir?

    Through these questions, interrogators tried to get inside the mindset of the militants. The process of detention was two-pronged: it aimed first to re-educate the militants, and then to learn their networks.

    The SIA officers engaged in lengthy debate with the detainees, all the time questioning their loyalties, whether they were Salafis or whether they belonged to the Deobandi school of thought, and contradictions that might arise as a result if they supported the Taliban or Osama Bin Laden.

    However, according to Asia Times Online contacts, the detainees are also tortured, and at least one is said to have died as a result.

    Tuesday's attacks are significant, therefore, in that the establishment's most secret underground offices are now on the militants' radar, and more attacks are anticipated.

    Syed Saleem Shahzad is Asia Times Online's Pakistan Bureau Chief. He can be reached at


    US-led forces have decided to establish a permanent military camp in Tora Bora to eliminate the al-Qaeda and Taliban forces.



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    Taliban will give up al Qaeda leaders

    Paki is locked into certain directions by their own political system. The unfolding Paki / Taliban paradigm is knowable. This should be taken into consideration when planning USA's tactics in dealing with the Taliban.
    Sourced from here.
    The uncertainty stalking the formation of government in Islamabad can be put down to one issue: the protagonists are faced with very different timeframes. The main sticking points are the fate of the president and the deposed judges. However, resolving their fate is complicated by the differing time horizons of the PPP, the PML-N, the lawyers, Gen Kiyani, and not least the US.

    Furthermore, it is doubtful if Sharif will even have the power to veto Pakistan's military cooperation with the US. For one, the prime minister will not be from his party. For another, the Pakistan Army is unlikely to give the US further excuse to withhold the approximately $80 million it deposits in the army's kitty each month.

    Lacking the "luxury of taking a long-term perspective" Bush has stood behind Musharraf for geo-political ends that transcend the Pakistan-US relationship. Set to leave office next January, Bush simply cannot afford to lose time -- perhaps a critical month or two -- in building new relationships with civilian politicians in Pakistan. With Musharraf atop the political pyramid, the extent to which civilian politicians need to be briefed and cajoled by the US is limited. Continuity is the White House's mantra because this administration's time horizon is short and its window of opportunity to turn around the Nato-led campaign in Afghanistan is shrinking rapidly.

    Here in Pakistan the PPP has been reluctant to call for Musharraf's resignation and the reinstatement of the deposed judges because the party is simply taking a medium-term perspective. In ordinary times, politics in Pakistan, where few rules are sacrosanct, does not allow for the luxury of medium- to long-term perspectives, which is the principal reason for the instability of the 1990s.

    PPP is going through extraordinary times. the party did not campaign on a platform to depose the president or to reinstate the judges, whatever the occasional statement made by a cornered member of the party, so there is no need to hurry. A dozen years out of power and now seeking to make an alliance with a party that is its ideological opposite and bitter rival in years past, the PPP cannot afford to offend the Pakistani president, the establishment or the US at this delicate juncture in the party's history.

    The PML-N is perhaps the best placed because the political equations in both the short-term and the medium-term are in its favour. In the short-term, pushing for the ouster of the president and reinstallation of the judiciary, the bedrock of Sharif's election campaign, could at worst trigger fresh elections. Since the party will not be able to lead the formation of a government in the current parliament, this will not be a huge concern. Indeed, early polls will allow an ebullient Sharif to be better prepared to harness an electorate that is responsive to his 'politics of principles'.

    Enter the lawyers. Their time horizon is short simply because bringing back the judges is the raison d'etre of their movement. The lawyers also hope to kill two birds with one stone: given the bad blood between the deposed chief justice and the president, reinstating the entire judiciary is tantamount to the president's resignation. Taking a long-term view is a non-starter for the lawyers: they have staked their movement's success on the reinstatement of the judiciary at the earliest. Any delay will allow the political parties to claim the credit for restoring the judiciary, a claim that will rankle with lawyers who remember their lonely struggle last year.

    However, the lawyers have miscalculated before. In the days leading up to November 3, the fierceness of the lawyers emboldened the Supreme Court to take on the president. Whatever the legal arguments marshalled by the lawyers, the mode of their protests suggests that it was neither then nor now a legal question. The lawyers brought the Supreme Court to the brink of something it was never designed to: line up against the legislature, the executive and the military. Comparisons to the sanctification of previous martial laws were wrong; condemning legislatures to extinction is different from validating the acts of a legislature. Yet, because of the nature of the lawyers' movement, the acceptance of historical distinction then or delay now is akin to defeat.

    If the political struggle in Islamabad were a game of chess, the White House would see it as the clock running down, the PPP would see it as a drawn out game, the PML-N would see the loss of a single game acceptable when the match is within grasp, and the lawyers would see it as a game of speed chess in which they hope to harry their opponent into a wrong move.

    There is an X-factor in all of this: Gen Kiyani. If the army chief chooses the short-term perspective, he will rally behind Musharraf and sidle up to the Americans. If he chooses a medium-term perspective, he will allow this game to be decided by the players themselves.

    Thus far Gen Kiyani has shown a preference for the longer term. This should not be read as altruism or nobility of purpose. The general knows that neither the political parties nor the public are in the mood for another round of martial law. If the army chief interferes overtly in the resolution of the political game, the parties and the lawyers will be out for his blood. As Zardari and Sharif would testify, survival in Islamabad is a long-term game.

    The Taliban have also shown their hand. When the Taliban feel enough pain they WILL come to the table. And give up al Qaeda leaders.

    KABUL (Reuters) - A top Taliban commander has said suicide attacks and roadside bombs would spearhead its new strategy against foreign troops, and hinted the movement could work with Afghanistan's government if foreign troops left.

    In an apparent policy shift, Taliban deputy leader Mullah Brother told a militant Website that the Islamic movement could cooperate with the government of President Hamid Karzai, rather than seek its ouster.

    "The matter can not be solved through war...the issue should be settled through understanding and talks," he said.

    Omar has cut the Paki Taliban loose, and is angry with BM. Over his lack of support of the Taliban in Afghan.

    BM current posture is one of survial. His time line is short term also. He is trying to deal from a position of strength. Suicide bombings. And he has greatly angered Paki military.

    The terminal fly in the ointment is the Pali experience in the "Great Game".

    There is a $10 Billion dollar motivation not to get rid of terrorism, not eliminate it but control it.
    This would keep the gravy train running.
    Lest we forget Paki has been playing the great game since 1813. (USA was involved in the war of 1812, the second American Revolution, when Paki started playing Great Game.
    I suspect the Great Game never quit for Pakistan.
    And that means they have been playing for 9 or 10 generations.
    USA was shooting cannon at the British in the Great Lakes when they first started the Great Game.
    The Paki papers don't call them 'terrorists', they call them 'miscreants'.( Maybe thats a branch of Shia? )
    Current value of the Great Game $10 billion usd, what the USA has paid Paki.
    Pakistan "not looking for Bin Laden."

    Once the aQ leader ship is taken out it will become a manageable Police action.
    The Taliban HAVE to live there and will come to some agreement with the government,
    when the Taliban feel enough pain.


    al Qaeda faults:
    Supposing that a Visa is a Guarantee of Security, Does an Infidel's Guarantee of Security to a Muslim Entail the Muslim Guaranteeing the Security of the Infidel?

    The Legitimacy of Night Raids

    Jihad Waged by the Prophet and His Companions Was a Jihad Waged from Abroad, Without Their Engaging in Jihad Operations from Within Enemy Land Prior to Its Being Conquered

    It Is a Breach of Honorable Conduct for a Muslim Living in the West to Attack Those Who Have Shown Him Hospitality.

    Jihad Group's Operations in a Manner that Does Not Express the Reality.

    the Story of Sayyidna 'Abdallah Bin Hadhafa Al-Sahmi.

    The Taliban will take out al Qaweda.