Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Al-Qaida Continues to Gain Ground on the Internet

UPI International's Arnaud DE BORCHGRAVE has an interesting commentary on the growing success of Al-Quaida's (unimpeded) use of the Internet.

The following quote tells just how extensively and successfully the Internet is being used:

"Cyberpower has emerged as a complex ether power in which digital grassroots are truly global. Al-Qaida’s 6,000-plus Web sites supply the ability to liberate and dominate at the same time. Al-Qaida now operates in virtual space with impunity in recruiting, proselytizing, plotting and planning. In the ether (not the anesthetic), thought is a reality."
The full commentary is available at the UPI website:
Commentary: Al-Qaida on the run?

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