Updated: Is the U.S. government finally ready to confront cyberjihadism?

by 1389 on July 10, 2007

in 1389 (blog admin), advertising, Belgium, censorship, counterjihad, cyberwars, Digg, e-jihad, malware, politics, security, The Jawa Report

See this entry on My Pet Jawa, a prominent antijihadist blog.

It has certainly taken awhile for the U.S. government to start paying attention to cyberjihadism.

1389 wants to know:

When will they begin to look at the relentless pro-jihadist intimidation and censorship at social news and Web 2.0 sites, such as Digg?

When will they recognize that the site’s owners and staff are responsible for allowing this activity to run rampant?

When will they start looking at the backgrounds and connections of these staffers, including contractors?

Allowing our self-proclaimed enemies to take control of, and to censor, our social news sites is giving them waaaaay too much power, and it has to stop!

Update (6/16/07):

Update (7/5/07):

Update (7/10/07):

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The Battle Against E-Jihadis: Why we need to know what we’re up against!

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1 July 5, 2007 at 2:00 pm

Hi 1389,

You might find this of interest:

Sins of omission, on The Guardian, by Brendan Simms, where he finds a novel “root cause” for the Glasgow and London terrorism attempts: Britain’s arm embargo on Bosnia in the mid-1990 that prevented the Muslims from defending themselves against the Serbs.

Being Muslim means never having to be blamed for anything, I guess.

G-d bless.

2 July 6, 2007 at 4:46 pm

Thanks for posting that comment … One of the most bizarre things about this is that the arms embargo was a sham. The U.S. secretly allowed arms to flow in to the Bosnian Muslims from Iran and other Muslim sources. Anything to victimize the Serbs!

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