8 Years Ago I Warned About Islamic Extremist Web Sites While So Called Intelligence Experts Balked at My Efforts Now ISIS Rules the Internet. ISIS Global campaign, According to a web-based data mining software, a large number of pro-Isis tweets originated in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and other Gulf countries. In its Twitter feed, Isis gives extensive details of its operations, including the number of bombings, suicide missions and assassinations it has carried out, and of checkpoints and towns it controls. In April 2014 ISIS developed a free internet application called The Dawn of Glad Tidings, which automatically posts tweets - approved by Isis media managers - to the accounts of the application's subscribed users.The posts include hashtags, links, images, videos and other content. Almost 40,000 tweets were posted in a single day during the recent clashes in Iraq. One post which went viral was of an image of an armed jihadist gazing at the Isis flag flying over Mosul with the inscription in Arabic: "We are coming, Baghdad."
One site contained footage of a U.S. military mine sweeper being blown up by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED), this was on Samir Khan's Al-Qaeda support website in Charlotte NC. According to Bill Warner, the site claims that all the troops aboard the vehicle were killed. (www.alekhlaas.info) The same site, which is still operational, shows what appears to be footage of fighters in Afghanistan firing on U.S. troops and what is believed to be the destruction of an American mine sweeper in Iraq.
Bill Warner said the popular site is nearing 19 million hits over the last 10 months, and is among a growing number meant to incite would-be followers to join the ranks of extremist groups like Al Qaeda and provide information on how to carry out attacks and build weapons. "This is what Al Qaeda does now (and ISIS)," said Bill Warner. He said the World Wide Web is where the real fight for global jihad is being fought. Sites such as these are often hosted by ISPs in the U.S. because they have large bandwidth, making posting and viewing large videos easier. Because of the anonymous nature of the Internet and foreign language content, U.S.-based ISPs can't provide sufficient screening and oversight. Bill Warner said he alerted the local police and the FBI in Tampa after he identified three Web sites hosted by the Florida ISP. In some cases the sites were removed within hours. But he said others remained online for days after he reported their presence.
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