Monday, July 16, 2007


Frequently, it is good for morale and the critical facility to not only view the jihadis and their desires to kill "naked women," "pigs" and "kuffars" with contempt, not only because of the crabbed and evil worldview, but also because of their lack of practical initiative and know-how.

This is not an issue that has been served at all by the mainstream newsmedia.

Primarily, stories on terror plotters and plots deal only with how fearsome our enemies are.

Generally written to furnish only the worst or most frightening details, they have become an accepted way of reporting the "war on terror" out of factual context.

Rectification of this becomes easier to do if one can reliably see jihadi documents and electronic mail. And that is one of the salient reasons for the existence of this blog.

Today, I'll ask you to read of the e-mail plot by forty-some "doctors" alleged to be jihadi men seemingly dreaming about sinking the aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy and bombarding the town of Mayport, Florida.

The determined jihadi men would use six car bombs to hit EIGHT targets, including nightclubs where "naked women" dance so that additional casualties, "50-80 whores," could be generated.

"Allah willing," of course.

The evil plan was revealed during the recently concluded UK terror trial of Younes Tsouli, aka irhabi007, the so-called godfather of al Qaeda's "cyber-jihad."

The plot was subsequently passed on, out of context, in some of Britain's more idiotic newspapers, which like their American peers, use only the scariest bits of news from the war on terror.

It was also published by the Washington Post's Craig Whitlock and Spencer Hsu on July 7. The newspaper was certifiably reprehensible in its reporting, omitting glaring details for the sake of scare.

"Evidence introduced at the trial included transcripts of anonymous chat-room postings, including one from 2004 that read: 'We are 45 doctors and we are determined to undertake jihad and take the battle inside America,'" reported Whitlock and Hsu.

"The message referred to using six Chevrolet GT vehicles and three fishing boats and blowing up gasoline tanks with rocket-propelled grenades.

"As a target, the posting mentioned a U.S. naval base and related strip clubs, singling out the now-retired aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy," continued the Post.

Amusing how the reporters and editors of the Post missed out on how the jihadis planned to hit more targets that they had carbombs for, is it not?

Another rib-tickler, one in which the jihadi author discusses his know-how, is also conveniently missing from the Post's account.

"[Our] experience of preparing car-bombs is zero," writes the jihadi.

Readers now know they don't have to just take their friendly neighborhood GlobalSecurity.Org Senior Fellow's word for it.

They can surf out to my analysis at the Reg here, read the details and actually download a copy of the transcript of the jihadi plot from the trial, hosted here at DD dot com.

Die laughing. (Don't forget to read the comments!)

You can fool some of the people some of the time WaPo.


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