Great catch, Aaron:
Intelfusion had a wonderful post last week pointing out a recent spat of cyber attacks between Pakistan and India. Of course, what's interesting to me is the fact that the targeted websites are energy-related but there is plenty of grist for numerous mills here.
Report of Interest: Islamic Economics: A Survey of the Literature. Author: Asad Zaman; June 2008
Update: The state of Algeria (via Western Sahara Info)
What AQ is saying in Yemen. Jane has more:
When it comes to Gaza, Zawahiri has been a one man fitna machine:
In this strike, he said, students would not attend school and workers would not go to work. Al-Zawahiri also called upon the ‘ulama of Al-Azhar to be independent again and to lead the ummah against the “Zionist-Crusader campaign.”
Not ready yet. I've been remiss in linking to this article by Khalil al-Anani on the real challenges faced by violent Islamist groups that are seeking a "moderate" middle way:
In OSINT news: Interested in org theory? Try this list of magazines for "org-heads"
Two (more) from MEMRI
- Islamist Websites Launch Online Campaign for General Strike in Egypt
- Report: Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb Discussed Attack on Algerian Parliament, Army COS, Ministers
I'm sure there's a little oud plucking somewhere for Hamas:
A land grab? It's an interesting question, considering the complex shariah associated with these issues. Alas, the article ends on a note of delusion:
Thar be pirate stories at the Washington Post, says Eaglespeak.