A top jihadist website that promotes attacks on the West is hosted by a company in New Jersey, reports the Middle East Media Research Institute. The website is led by a sheikh who has inspired top Al-Qaeda terrorists, and it predicts that Allah will retaliate against the U.S. for killing Osama Bin Laden.
The website belongs to Sheikh Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi, who MEMRI says “is considered the foremost theological and jurisprudential authority among jihadis worldwide.” It is located at http://tawhed.ws. The hosting company is Interserver, Inc. of Secaucus, N.J.
Al-Maqdisi is a Palestinian who has issued fatwas justifying attacks on the West, including the September 11, 2001 attacks. He has had contact with top Al-Qaeda operatives, and uses his website to offer advice on how to wage jihad. This includes information on weapons, including mines, napalm and poisons.
“Since America rejoiced over the death of Sheikh Osama bin Laden, we announce that Allah has things in store for it that will inflict painful punishment on it,” the website states.
Security officials agree that the importance of the Internet to terrorist organizations is greater than ever.
“Thousands of extremist websites promote violence to an online worldwide audience predisposed to the extremist message. They are posting videos on how to build backpack bombs and bio-weapons. They are using social networking to link terrorist plotters and those seeking to carry out these plans,” FBI Director Robert Mueller said in May.
Interserver can be contacted 24/7 according to their website:
email@example.com (support ticket system)
firstname.lastname@example.org (billing ticket system)
email@example.com (sales inquiries)
firstname.lastname@example.org (network related inquiries)
email@example.com (abuse ticket system)
Toll free office number: 1-877-566-8398
Regular office number: 1-201-605-1440
Your Elected Officials are much less accessible but can be contacted. For several years now they have done nothing to shut down jihadi websites hosted in the U.S. or Google’s Youtube becoming a cost-free, virtual haven to Islamic terrorists and jihadi recruiters. Otherwise, maybe someone can let @th3j35t3r know about the jihadi site.