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Recently, the Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF), a jihadist mouthpiece know for its compilation videos and seditious media production has begun formalizing and circulating a 74-page compendium of hacking resources compiled last year by Younis Tsouli, better known as Irhabi 007. 

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Media Groups: Global Islamic Media Front
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“Muslims in Central Asia and the Future Battle of Islam,” a twenty-seven page white paper authored by Abu Musab al-Suri AKA Musatafa Setmarian Nasar in November 1999, advocates jihad in the states of East Turkistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan, and the capture of resources.

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Countries: Iraq, Tajikistan

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Sheikh Hamed al-Ali

Kuwaiti Sheikh Hamed bin Abdullah al-Ali, one of the contemporary jihadi Salafist scholars and ideologues, whose frequent publications to his website, h-alali.net, and jihadist forums contain venomous rhetoric towards the West, American in particular, and Iran and Shi’a Muslims, has been designated as a terrorist facilitator by the U.S. Department of Treasury today, Thursday, December 7, 2006.

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Individuals: Ali, Hamid bin Abdullah

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                           Khalid Sheikh Muhammad      Abu Faraj al-Libi      Ramzi Binalshibh

The Pentagon released yesterday, Wednesday, March 14, 2007, transcripts of hearings which were held before the Combatant Status Review Tribunal (CSRT) at Guantanamo Bay during the last week, of terror suspects Khalid Sheikh Muhammad, Abu Faraj al-Libi, and Ramzi Binalshibh. 

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Countries: United States

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Generic Security Guide by ECHO translated by Jihad Media Battalion

The jihadists’ use of the Internet to cultivate support for the Mujahideen and galvanize Muslims to participate in the jihad has included a litany of manuals instructing in military preparation and security precautions; material which may allow individuals or a cell to conduct their operations. 

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Media Groups: Jihad Media Battalion