czwartek, 05 stycznia 2006
Osama bin Laden in Sudan - video

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Bin Laden first flew to Sudan from Afghanistan in early 1991. Al-Qaida had been formed three years before but, officially at least, the US still considered him a friendly mojahedin. By 1998, less than two years after he was expelled from Sudan, he had become America's most wanted man, thanks to the east Africa embassy bombings. It seems reasonable to conclude that Bin Laden's years in Sudan were crucial for the development of his terrorist network. So what was he up to all that time?

Nothing, say the Sudanese: it was Bin Laden's expulsion from Sudan that tipped him over the edge - which is to say, Sudan never hosted a terrorist. "Being extradited turned Bin Laden into an anti-America terrorist," says Dr Gutbi el-Mahdi, who took over Sudan's intelligence agency shortly afterwards. "Whatever his views when he was here, he was just doing business. We were watching him and he was under control. In Afghanistan, he went completely out of control."

On the surface, at least, Bin Laden was just another rich businessman. And having recently inherited as much as £200m - though estimates vary wildly - Bin Laden was a most welcome addition to a poor country ravaged by civil war. He started several businesses. The biggest were al-Hajira, a construction company, and Wadi al-Aqiq, which farmed hundreds of thousands of acres of sorghum, gum arabic, sesame and sunflowers in the central Gezira province. According to el-Mahdi, Bin Laden's initial investment in Sudan was around £10m, mostly in heavy machinery.

Osama: the Sudan years

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wtorek, 03 stycznia 2006


  •  KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (Reuters) -Suspected Taliban guerrillas have beheaded a schoolteacher in southern Afghanistan, the latest in a series of attacks on teachers and schools, an official said on Wednesday.   Abdul Habib was beheaded on Tuesday night after being dragged from his house outside Qalat, capital of insurgent-troubled Zabul province, by four Taliban gunmen, provincial spokesman Gulab Shah Alikhel said.

    "It was the work of Afghanistan's enemies," he said, using the term officials use to refer to Taliban insurgents and their Islamist militant allies.

    The attack was the latest in a series of insurgent attacks on schools and teachers in recent weeks.

    Last month, guerrillas dragged a teacher from a classroom of teenagers in Helmand province and executed him at the school gate after he ignored their orders to stop teaching girls.  Two days later insurgents attacked another school in the same southern province, killing a teenage student and a guard.   

Taliban behead teacher in Afghan south

    • Why did three young Dutchmen of Turkish and Moroccan origin choose Azerbaijan and Chechnya as their winter holiday destination? Or were they more than just tourists: would-be fighters perhaps? These are just two of the many questions surrounding the disappearance of three young men from The Hague in mid-November and their subsequent re-emergence in Azerbaijan last week.         

      Jihadi tourists ?

    • An alleged al-Qaida operative accused of serving as a key link between the group's leaders and suicide bombers hid his tracks so well that even fellow militants thought he was dead. Loa'i Mohammad Haj Bakr al-Saqa, wanted by Turkey for 2003 bombings in Istanbul that killed 58 people, is said to have eluded intelligence services by using an array of fake IDs, employing aliases even with his al-Qaida contacts and finally faking his death in Fallujah, Iraq, in late 2004.

    Alleged al-Qaida Aide Said to Fake Death

    • Al-Qaida is active in Somalia, but US counter terrorism forces are winning the fight to keep its influence from spreading in East Africa, a commander said.   Maj Gen Tim Ghormley, who assumed command of the task force in May, said his troops are focussing on humanitarian projects.These include drilling wells to refurbishing schools and clinics to improve the lives of residents in the region and keep them away from the terror network.

      "We know that al-Qaida al-Itihaad is in Somalia," Ghormley told reporters at his base in the impoverished nation of Djibouti. 

                                                                    Al-Qaida is active in Somalia

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The Salafist Group for Call and Combat (GSPC)- Algeria


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sobota, 31 grudnia 2005
Chechen information sites :

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 - Performance Systems International Inc


presents   "Minbar Anssar Assuna " :

"Your brothers of the Informative Department of the Army of Anssar Assuna are pleased to announce to you, the creation of new Minbar for Moujahidines, which we called “Minbar Anssar Have”, by the Al Grace, we finished the first video edition of this Minbar, which shows part of the filmed military operations of your Moujahidines brothers, with like guest, one of the brothers of the Military Committee of the Army of Anssar Have, which analyzed some operations, shown in the video one. It will be diffused soon insha Al."


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czwartek, 29 grudnia 2005

Army Ansar al Sunnah new website at


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środa, 28 grudnia 2005
The Commander has warned of more suicide attacks in Afghanistan.

Mullah Dadullah told the AP news agency that more than 200 Taliban fighters had volunteered to carry out such attacks against U.S. forces and their allies

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Interpol issues red notice for Al Qaeda’s Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi


LYON, France – Interpol has issued an international wanted persons notice for Ahmad Fadil Nazal Al-Khalayleh (alias Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi), one of the world’s most notorious terrorist suspects, wanted by police in several countries for a series of attacks on behalf of Al Qaeda.

The Red Notice was issued at the request of Algeria, through the Interpol National Central Bureau, which is seeking Al-Zarqawi’s arrest in connection with the kidnapping and murder of two Algerian diplomats in Iraq in July 2005. Al-Zarqawi is also wanted by authorities in Germany, in Iraq in connection with a series of terrorist offences, and in Jordan where he has claimed responsibility for attacks and bombings, including the triple bombs in Amman in November that killed more than 50 people.


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wtorek, 27 grudnia 2005
New video Al Qaida in Iraq - Iraqi not ready to fight

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Guerrillas stormed an Iraqi army post on Friday, killing 10 soldiers and wounding 20, as Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld told U.S. combat troops their numbers would fall as Iraqi forces were trained to take over...

By the end, police said, 10 soldiers were dead and 20 wounded in the bloodiest attack since last week's parliamentary election. There was no account of casualties among the gunmen. A civilian motorist was killed and another wounded in crossfire.

The brazen attack after dawn, using heavy machineguns and rocket-propelled grenades, ended a period of relative calm across Iraq over the past 10 days -- a calm bought at the price of draconian election security measures and helped by an informal truce by some Sunni Arab insurgent groups.

Assault kills 10 Iraqi troops


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poniedziałek, 26 grudnia 2005
Islamic Army in Iraq new video 'final'
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niedziela, 25 grudnia 2005
The Hawk Brigades released a video


Kidnappers in Iraq have released a video of a Jordanian hostage, calling on Jordan to cut ties with the Baghdad government and free a woman involved in attacks in Amman last month.

The video, aired on the Al-Arabiya satellite channel, showed Mahmud Sulayman Saidat, a driver for the Jordanian embassy in Baghdad who was kidnapped on Tuesday by gunmen. Saidat read a statement while sitting on the floor, surrounded by three armed men.


"I ask the Jordanian government to withdraw its diplomatic mission from Iraq and not to co-operate with this illegitimate government [in Baghdad]," he said.


He also called for Jordan to release Sajida Mubarak al-Rishawi, a would-be suicide bomber. Her explosives belt failed to go off at attacks on hotels in Amman on 9 November in which 60 people died.



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Tracking Meshawir


IP Location: Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia - Internet Service Unit Isu

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address:        Saudi Network Information Center, ISU
address:        King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology,
address:        P.O.Box 6086, Riyadh 11442, Saudi Arabia

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sobota, 24 grudnia 2005
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               Arab TV: Six Sudanese Abducted in Iraq

  •  BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Two Arab satellite television channels said Friday that a Sudanese diplomat and five other men had been kidnapped in Iraq. A Sudanese Foreign Ministry spokesman appealed for their release in an interview with Qatar-based Al-Jazeera.

    Al-Jazeera did not give details about when and where the six Sudanese were seized. The rival Al-Arabiya channel said they were abducted in Baghdad

       Indonesia on Alert After Terror Warnings

  • JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Indonesia deployed thousands of troops to guard churches and places where foreigners gather Friday amid warnings that al-Qaida-linked militants were planning Christmas terror attacks in the world's most populous Muslim nation.
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piątek, 23 grudnia 2005
Eight reported dead in Nigerian pipeline blast, Shell halts supplies


Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo has placed his country's security forces on high alert following bomb attacks on oil pipelines in the south of the country which killed 11 people. Anglo-Dutch Shell says three of its pipelines in the Niger Delta were blown up on Tuesday and not one as initially reported.

The attacks have disrupted 180,000 barrels a day in oil deliveries. Shell says that repair work has begun on one of the pipelines.

An unknown group calling itself the Martyrs' Brigade has claimed responsibility for the bombings. Attacks on oil pipelines are frequent in the Niger Delta, where local groups demand a greater share of profits from the oil and gas installations in the region. President Obasanjo said the attacks were carried out by criminals, who shall be caught and punished.

Nigerian security forces on high alert

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Anti-Terrorist Branch arrest 21 July suspect

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Officers from the Met's Anti-Terrorist Branch arrested a man this morning in connection with the ongoing investigation into the alleged attempted bomb attacks on the London transport network on 21 July 2005.   He was arrested by detectives shortly after 5am today as he disembarked at London Gatwick Airport off an inbound flight originating from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.  The arrest was made with the assistance and support of local officers from Sussex Police. It is believed he had been out of the country since June 2005.  

The 23-year-old man from the Tottenham area of north London was arrested on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism under the Terrorism Act 2000.  He has been taken to a central London police station whilst further enquiries are made.

Ethiopian-born Osman fled to Italy after the attacks and was extradited back to Britain. Osman has said through his lawyer that the bombing attempt was meant to scare people, not kill them. Yahya is accused of conspiring with Osman, Ibrahim, Asiedu and Omar.

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czwartek, 22 grudnia 2005
Chechen multimedia site

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"SEAR nr 7" Al Qaida " Martyr's Stories" magazine

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wtorek, 20 grudnia 2005

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poniedziałek, 19 grudnia 2005
Ronald Allen Schulz death on video


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The video from the extremist group The Islamic Army of Iraq was posted on a Web site and showed a man purportedly being shot in the back of the head. Last week, the group had claimed it had killed civilian contractor Ronald Allen Schulz, a native of North Dakota.

The video did not show the victim's face, however, and it was impossible to identify him. The victim was kneeling with his back to the camera, with his hands tied behind his back and blindfolded with an Arab headdress when he was purportedly shot. The video also showed Schulz's identity card.

A separate video, shown on a split screen, showed images of Schulz alive. The group had aired that video when he was first taken hostage earlier this month.

Schulz has been identified by the extremist group as a security consultant for the Iraqi Housing Ministry, although family and neighbors from his current home in Alaska, say he is an industrial electrician who has worked on contracts around the world

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niedziela, 18 grudnia 2005
New Book

Joy junction  Director Jeremy Reynalds' New Book Chronicles His Fight Against On Line Terrorism  



"Tracking terrorism on line began as a hobby for me. Now it has become a passion. I am excited that people will finally be able to see how proficient terrorists have become at using the Internet for their evil purposes. I pray that many people will buy  this book and that the Lord will use it to awaken people before it's  too late." Reynalds said

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sobota, 17 grudnia 2005
The April 2 attack on the prison - new video posted on the net


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AP/ CAIRO, Egypt -- Dozens of al-Qaida in Iraq fighters who attacked Iraq's notorious Abu Ghraib prison in April planned to knock a hole in the prison wall and topple guard towers with a series of car bombs to free detainees and hit U.S. forces, according to a purported al-Qaida video.

The April 2 attack on the prison, west of Baghdad, left one attacker dead and more than 40 U.S. soldiers and 13 prisoners wounded. Dozens of militants failed to break in after attacking the facility with rocket-propelled grenades, mortars and car bombs.

The eight-minute video, signed by the spokesman of al-Qaida in Iraq and posted on an Islamic militant Web forum Tuesday, shows a satellite photo of the facility, with U.S. troop positions and "interrogation booths" marked in English, as a voice-over outlines the plans of the attack.

A ticker along the bottom of the well-produced video streamed photos of abuse of detainees by U.S. soldiers at the facility, including a famed image of a naked prisoner being dragged on a leash by a female guard. The images of abuse and sexual humiliation at the prison have sparked outrage among Iraqis and across the Arab world since they first emerged in early 2004.

Later in the video, militants are seen firing rockets, and Abu Ghraib is filmed from what appears to be a field some distance away. A large mushroom cloud -- the kind raised by vehicle bombs -- is seen, as are several plumes of smoke.

Purported al-Qaida Video Outlines Attack

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