Thursday, March 10, 2011

Congressional Hearing "Extent of Radicalization Among American Muslims", Rep. Gus Bilirakis Mentions Al-Qaeda Website Hosted In Tampa Fl and Shut Down by PI Bill Warner.


Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.), Congressional Hearing On the "Extent of Radicalization Among American Muslims" Gets Underway.

Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.), who chairs the House Committee on Homeland Security, opened the much anticipated congressional hearing with a statement that steered clear of his most controversial statements from the past, when he said more than 80 percent of American mosques were tainted by radicalism.

But, King said, reports from law enforcement and the Obama administration indicated that Islamic terrorists were seeking to recruit American Muslims. And he cited a public opinion poll that showed support for suicide bombings among a small fraction of Muslim men.

"The overwhelming majority of Muslim Americans are outstanding Americans," King said. "But there are realities we cannot ignore." 

During the Congressional Hearing on the "Extent of Radicalization Among American Muslims", Rep. Gus Bilirakis Mentioned the Al-Qaeda Website that was Hosted In Tampa Fl and Shut Down (by PI Bill Warner).

TAMPA TRIBUNE "Investigator Links 3rd Jihadist Web Site To Tampa Host" Tampa continues to be the focus of an international game of Internet whack-a-mole between jihadists who put up Web sites and organizations and individuals who try to shut them down.

For the third time in a month, Sarasota-based private investigator Bill Warner has tracked to a Tampa hosting company what investigators call a significant Web site used by jihadists for communications, recruitment and fundraising. The company is based in the same building as the U.S. attorney's office.

The site, , appears to show images of mujahedeen firing on U.S. troops in Afghanistan, among other images. The Web site was hosted by Noc4Hosts Inc. until it was taken down this month after a call from The Tampa Tribune.

Bill Warner, who says he tracks jihadists online to disrupt their activities, says he noticed today that the site once again is being hosted by Noc4Hosts. Previous incarnations of the Web site have contained programs to give jihadists more secure communications capabilities.

This week, another site considered to be a key conduit for jihadists was taken down by Noc4Hosts after a call from the Tribune. That site, , is considered the principal and largest jihadist forum of supporters of al-Qaida and global jihad and the oldest, said Reuven Paz, director of the Jerusalem-based Project for the Research of Islamist Movements. That site remains offline.

Bill Warner says he goes after these sites, with the help of organizations such as the Middle East Media Research Institute, because "the propaganda war is being fought by al-Qaida and its affiliates on the Internet, and the USA hasn't even stepped onto the court.

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