As Iraq’s insurgency diminishes in its ability to affect the transition to a democratic state, Al Qaeda in Iraq digs in for the long haul. Evan Kohlmann reports on the discovery of a new web site being built by al Qaeda in Iraq. This site was discovered after a mistake was made by a jihadi programmer who humorously refers to himself as “Terrorist 007”:

Several weeks ago, credible representatives of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi’s Al-Qaida faction in Iraq announced that they would soon be opening their own Al-Qaida website on the Internet, featuring propaganda materials, communiqu

Bill Roggio is a Senior Fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and the Editor of FDD's Long War Journal.

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  • USMC_Vet says:

    Great post. I find the Euro/ME technologies more than notable, but telling. Europe had better wake up quickly.
    Would you consider a post detailing the AQ/Terry Nichols connection on this anniversary of the OKC Bombing? I really wanted to do it, but I have run out of time and am leaving town.
    It deserves detailed attention while the dominant US media continues to focus on the ‘Homegrown lone bomber’ who got help from Terry Nichols. I refuse to accept it as the press has, but have no time to state my case.


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