Known Terrorist Websites Operate in U.S.

Samir Khan from Charlotte, North Carolina, runs a website, inshallahshahid (also known as "Revolution"), which features videos of terrorists bombing US military vehicles, provides links to the writings of Al-Qaeda chiefs Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri, and praises “martyrdom bombers” who sacrifice their lives “for the sake of Islam”. Last October, the New York Times reported on Khan’s online efforts, observing that he is just one of many new faces of what Al-Qaeda calls the “Islamic Jihadi media”.

And yet, Khan continues running his website in the U.S.

The same is true for the popular Islamic website,, which operates an entire video channel dedicated to Yemeni Al-Qaeda cleric and bin Laden mentor, Abd al-Majid Al-Zindani
(the "Yemeni Shiekh of Hate"), who was listed by the US government as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist back in February 2004. Yet Islamicity is still active and online. Although the website is run by Human Assistance and Development International (HUDI), a tax-exempt not-for-profit organization based in Culver City, California, Islamicity has revenues of $10-50 million each year and is among the top 25,000 websites in the world. And it is backed by some heavy-hitters in the North American Islamic community, most notably Jamal Badawi and Abdullah Idris Ali, both on the board of directors of the Islamic Society of North America, which claims to be largest Islamic organization in North America.

Read the rest: Mainstream US Islamic Websites.


Citizen Warrior September 29, 2008 at 10:42 AM  

You can watch a interview with Khan online (a little over four minutes long): Internet Jihadi.

His views may seem scary and threatening and "extremist" but he is espousing mainstream Islamic teachings.

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