Intelligence Connected Islamic Web Site of Fake al Qaeda Is Taken Down
Not much point is keeping it up now that everyone knows it's a fake propaganda site, and the webmaster, Yousef Al-Khattab, was really named Joseph Cohen. You need to be really careful of these so-called "American Al Qaeda" as they usually turn out to be fakes pushing pro-war propaganda.
Adam Gadahn, for example, is really Adam Pearlman, a grandson of a member of the board of the ADL. Yousef al-Khattab, who runs the RevolutionMuslim.com website is really Joseph Cohen. Abu Tallah Al-Amrikee, the "muslim" who threatened South Park using the above RevolutionMuslim.com website, is really named Zachary Adam Chesser!
All these so-called "American Al Qaeda" who behave in a manner to provoke Americans into attacking Israel's enemies, are all fakes. I have no doubt that this latest phony will be exposed for who and what he is in the very near future.
Mockingbird New York Times | A United States-based extremist Islamic Web site was taken down on Friday after the British authorities complained of a post praising a young woman who stabbed and nearly killed a British lawmaker over his support for the Iraq war.
The post included a list of 383 British lawmakers who voted for the war, with instructions on tracking their movements, and it called for Muslims to “raise the knife of Jihad” against them, according to The Times of London, which reported the post on Friday. It also included a link for buying a kitchen knife, the report said.
The site, RevolutionMuslim.com, is no longer available, but Google shows a cached version that predates the post. It is registered in Bellevue, Wash., a suburb of Seattle, and was run this year from Brooklyn...
American Al Qaeda: 'I Am Proud To Be A Traitor'
The second issue of an English-language Al Qaeda magazine includes an article by an American jihadi in which he proclaims "I am proud to be a traitor" and instructions on how to mow down government workers on their lunch hour in Washington, D.C.
Samir Khan, an American citizen who left for Yemen last year, is believed to be the creator of the web magazine "Inspire," which U.S. officials say is published by Al Qaeda's Yemeni affiliate, Al Qaeda on the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), and is designed to recruit Western jihadis to launch terror attacks...