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Al Qaida websites blocked

Date: June 23, 2004
Source: Computer Crime Research Center
By: Dmitri Kramarenko

Several Internet websites of the terrorist network "Al Qaida" are blocked after liquidation of their commander Al Mugrin and his three accomplices, Saudi newspaper Al Jazeera informed Monday. According to the cited announcement of law enforcement, police seized computer facilities, CD-ROMs, software and a huge archive besides seized weapons. Police said terrorists always carried this archive with them in cars.

The main result achieved is a full shutdown of the principal jihadist website "Saut al-Jihad" (The Voice of Jihad). Al-Qaida published numerous propagandistic materials, announcements and appeals and also video footages of their terrorism acts on the site. A video of kidnapping and execution of an American hostage Paul Johnson was also there. This video was recorded by Abdulla Al-Mugrin and his accomplices.

A series of other websites used by terrorists began to experience difficulties and to work with fails, the newspaper noted. A website of Saad Fakih containing materials of a terrorist assault on a Saudi city Yanbo this May was among these sites.

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