AL-QAEDA TERROR WEBSITE WWW.AL-EKHLAAS.NET THAT POSTED THREAT TO KILL GORDON BROWN AND TONY BLAIR IS SHUT DOWN TODAY. Five Muslim men arrested under terrorism legislation are being questioned over internet threats to kill Gordon Brown and the former Prime Minister Tony Blair. One of the men being questioned by police in Manchester is suspected of posting a death threat on a recognised jihadi website and styling himself Sheikh Umar Rabie al-Khalaila, leader of al-Qaeda in Britain. The message, written in English, appeared only briefly on January 24th, 2008. The website http://www.al-ekhlaas.net/forum/ was shut down in Tampa Fl, USA on Jan 28th, 2008. The five arrested are British-born Muslims of Asian origin (Pakistani).
Sept. 10th 2008 shut down of WWW.AL-EKHLAAS.org and 3 others, I had contacted several newspapers in Brisbane Australia where WWW.AL-EKHLAAS.org was ultimately hosted during the months of July and August 2008 and requested they get involved in shutting down the website, which appears to be still off-line. The Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) in Brisbane is the Regional Internet Registry for the Asia-Pacific region (Malaysia), if they shut down the site it is shut down everywhere. I had contacted the editor, three investigative reporters and the senior reporter at “The Australian Newspaper”, “The Brisbane Sun” and the “Herald Sun” and APNIC and provided the information on the al-Qaeda site www.al-ekhlaas.org ultimately hosted out of Brisbane. The mirror site http://www.al-ekhlaas.net/ also appears to have been shut down.
VICE NEWS: The FBI's first official documentation of when it learned that Samir Khan had connected with Anwar al-Awlaki: November 2008. The file says, "Samir Khan has been in contact with Anwar Aulaqi, an FBI San Diego subject who was acquainted with two of the 9/11 hijackers [of American Airlines Flight 77] while serving as the Imam at a mosque in San Diego, California." The files show that Khan was also under physical surveillance by the FBI. On January 6, 2009. Another file shows an FBI agent requesting permission on January 29, 2009 to travel to the Columbia, North Carolina field office to conduct surveillance on Khan. One file from February 2009 shows that an FBI counterterrorism agent sent a report to the Charlotte field office to report that the bureau's Public Access Center Unit received an anonymous tip on its "Internet Crime Complaint Center" website claiming that Khan made a death threat against a Sarasota, Florida private investigator, whose name was redacted from the FBI files. A news report about the incident, however, revealed that the private investigator is Bill Warner, who allegedly was responsible for shutting down Samir Khan's blog.
KILL BILL VOL 3..."We apologize for the delay, however the move is successful and this will be permanent, In Sha’ Allah. The lying enemy of Allah, Bill Warner - may Allah destroy him --- claimed that he was the one who shut down our blog. Let this be a testimony that this disbeliever is a liar". "May Allah send a hurricane over Bill Warner's house so that he can be wiped out, humiliated. In addition, al-Thabaat forums are back up. We have dedicated a video to the return of the blog and to strike fear in the heart of the Kuffaar Bill Warner".
Sunday, September 28, 2008, DEATH THREAT POSTED ON THE YOUTUBE ACCOUNT OF PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR BILL WARNER BY SALMAN AL FARSI OF AL-MUHAJIROUN, WHAT TOOK SO LONG? jamalsaid24 ….”DEATH BE UPON YOU (BILL WARNER) AND THE AMERICANS AND THE BRITAIN’S AND THE WEST AND ALL OF THE ENEMIES OF AL ISLAM, AND THEN YOU WILL SEE WHEN YOU DIE HOW GREAT WAS THE PUNISHMENT OF ALLAH SUBHANNA WA TAL’A (THE ONLY GOD AND THE TRUTH)”… To view this comment, visit your profile , Bill Warner, on YouTube.
UPDATE: Samir Khan The Inspired Terrorist That Hellfire Drones Couldn’t Silence Had Threatened to Kill Bill Warner a Sarasota PI. "Investigators' early portrait of the two brothers accused in the Boston marathon pressure cooker bombings suggests they were driven by extremist Islamic beliefs and told the investigators that they had learned about building explosive devices from Inspire, the online English magazine of the Al-Qaeda affiliate in Yemen set up and authored by Samir Khan."
Al-Qaeda propagandist Samir Khan, 25, was a big enough worry while he lived in Charlotte, N.C., that before he disappeared in 2009, federal agents asked the FBI’s special forces unit, Hostage Rescue Team, to help with a likely arrest, the files show. “They only call HRT in if they’re going to extract a body,” said Jack Cloonan, a veteran FBI special agent who served in the bureau’s Osama Bin Laden unit. “Someone must have pushed forward the idea ‘let’s indict him and maybe we’ll get him.’ But somebody overruled it.” The FBI has refused to answer questions about what happened between January 2009, when Charlotte FBI agents contacted the Hostage Rescue Team, and Khan’s subsequent disappearance. We have worked very hard to get his web sites shut down but to no avail,” an FBI agent in DC lamented to a colleague in Charlotte in 2007. “He pops up again in another spot.”
On Jan. 8, 2009, the FBI raised Khan’s investigation priority from “IT” to “core,” an indication that FBI agents believed that he was not just an al Qaida supporter but someone in close contact with al Qaida’s core leadership. The next day, on Jan. 9, Charlotte agents contacted the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team, a Quantico, Va.,-based special forces unit created to respond to terrorist incidents and hostage situations such as aircraft hijackings. A meeting was scheduled in Charlotte for “finalizing operational plans” five days later.
What happened to those plans is not publicly known. Subsequent entries in the heavily redacted documents make no mention of them. The last dated entry, on Feb. 17, 2009, said “an anonymous individual” had notified the National Counter-Terrorism Center that Khan had threatened Bill Warner a Sarasota, Fla., private investigator who’d played a role in shutting down a “jihadi website . . . owned by Samir Khan.”
HOW TO TERRORISM MAGAZINE: Inspire was first published online in 2010. Its founder, Samir Zafar Khan, was born in Saudi Arabia to Pakistani parents but grew up in New York state and in Charlotte NC. Samir Khan, a blogger on jihadist themes who was well-known to U.S. intelligence, is believed to have traveled to Yemen and joined al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, or AQAP, in 2009 the year before the magazine’s debut issue. The most infamous article published by Inspire, a Khan-authored instructional guide titled “How to Build a Bomb in the Kitchen of your Mom,” was used by the Boston Marathon bombers in a pressure-cooker explosive they planted in their April 2013 attack, according to prosecutors in the case. Samir Khan, an American citizen, was killed in a U.S. drone strike in Yemen in 2011, along with Anwar al-Awlaki, also an American, whom President Obama described as AQAP’s “operational commander.”
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