Al Qaeda and Associated Movements in 2011

Al Qaeda and Associated Movements in 2011

Osama bin Laden´s al-Qaida has morphed into an array of regional terrorist groups that are using the Internet to recruit and train members at home, according to this report.
The document specifically cites the Internet as a critical and growing tool terrorist groups in recruiting, training, and funding individuals to carry out attacks. The proliferation of social-media websites with user-generated content, for example, has enabled AQAM (al-Qaida and Associated Movements) to develop a new set of capabilities centered on the dissemination of propaganda and recruitment. The Internet transcends geographical boundaries, so individuals no longer have to travel to terrorist training camps. They can sit at home with their computers, watch training videos on YouTube, interact with terrorist leaders on Facebook, and receive instructions via e-mail.
http://csis.org/files/publication/110203_Nelson_AThreatTransformed_web.pdf

lunedì 14 febbraio 2011
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