Of the Hizballah websites currently tracked by the Haganah, 25 are active. One is hosted in the UK. Two are hosted in Iran. The remaining 22 sites are hosted by companies in the United States.

http://www.intelligence.org.il/eng/var/haganah/Hizb1_05.htm

Introduction

Of the Hizballah websites currently tracked by the Haganah, 25 are active. One is hosted in the UK. Two are hosted in Iran. The remaining 22 sites are hosted by companies in the United States.

Furthermore, the domain names for all but one of those sites are registered with and maintained by companies in the United States.

All these companies are in some way profiting from an ongoing business relationship with a designated Terrorist organization. It is our contention that they are under no obligation to provide services to Hizballah, and that it is at least the intent of existing Federal laws and regulations that they should not provide services to Hizballah.

As a matter of good corporate citizenship, the answer to the question: “should we continue to provide services to terrorists?” ought to be obvious.

Perhaps they just need a little encouragement…

1. Domain name registrars of the websites of Hizballah

A. BULKREGISTER, LLC. Baltimore, MD USA – 17 Hizballah domains

  • jihadbinaa.org
  • aljarha.org
  • al-nour.net
  • alrassoul.org
  • alemdad.org
  • alaaleb.org
  • almahdiscouts.org
  • daralislamia.com
  • nasrollah.net
  • naimkassem.org
  • specialforce.net
  • qudsonline.net
  • intiqad.com
  • alintiqad.com
  • hayaa.org
  • baqiatollah.org
  • moqawama.net

B. ONLINENIC, INC. San Francisco, CA USA – 3 Hizballah domains

  • wilayah.com
  • wilayah.org
  • wilayah.net

C. Register.com Inc. New York, NY, USA – 2 Hizballah domains

  • nasrollah.org
  • moqawama.tv

D. eNom Inc. Bellevue, WA USA – 2 Hizballah domains

  • manartv.org
  • manartv.com

E. IRAN NIC – 1 Hizballah domains

  • wilayah.ir

2. Datacenters/hosts of the websites of Hizballah

A. Hostway Corp., Chicago IL USA – 8 Hizballah sites

B. Alabanza, Inc., Baltimore, MD USA – 3 Hizballah sites

  • intiqad.com
  • alintiqad.com
  • hayaa.org

C. iPowerWeb, Inc., Santa Monica CA USA – 3 Hizballah sites

  • nasrollah.net
  • naimkassem.org
  • moqawama.tv

D. CIHost, Bedford, TX USA – 2 Hizballah sites

E. FastServers, Cedar Falls, IA USA – 2 Hizballah sites

F. ITX sarl via DataPipe, Hoboken, NJ USA – 2 Hizballah sites

  • web.manartv.org
  • manartv.com

G. Soroush Interactive Network, Tehran, IR – 2 Hizballah sites

  • wilayah.net
  • wilayah.ir

H. Donhost Limited, Doncaster GB – 1 Hizballah site

  • baqiatollah.org

I. RackForce Hosting Inc., Kelowna, BC CA – 1 Hizballah site

  • moqawama.net

J. Register.com Inc., New York, NY, USA – 1 Hizballah site

  • nasrollah.org

A booklet captured by Israeli forces in the recent war against Hezbollah provides more documentation of the influence of Iran upon the terrorist group’s operatives in Lebanon.

 Check out the Iraeli Intelligence web site below

“Exporting” the radical ideology of the Islamic revolution in Iran : Analysis of a booklet entitled “Al-Jihad” (holy war) found in the possession of Hezbollah operatives during the Second Lebanon War. The booklet, presents the Islamic teachings of Khamenei, an ideology based on jihad and shahada (martyrdom for the sake of Allah) 1

http://www.intelligence.org.il/eng/eng_n/html/jihad0806e.htm

A Guide To Islamic Sects

A Guide To Islamic Sects

The Commercial Appeal/September 23, 20001

The world’s second-largest faith, Islam is hardly monolithic. Schisms, focusing first on disagreements over who should lead the new faith and later on matters of doctrine, began developing soon after the prophet Muhammad’s death in the year 632.

Here are some of the major sects within Islam, which has 1.3 billion followers:

Sunni:

Accounting for at least 85 percent of the Islamic world, the Sunni claim to be the direct continuation of the faith as defined by Muhammad. For many years they acknowledged the religious authority of a ruling caliph, the major point of contention with the breakaway Shiite movement. The Sunni derive their name through reliance on the “Sunnah” or the observed sayings, lifestyle and practices of Muhammad as recorded in a collection of writings called the Hadith. The Sunni accept the “Sunnah” as a source of spiritual wisdom, while the Shiite insist on the primacy of the Koran.

Shiite:

The smaller of the two principal branches of Islam, the Shiite account for at least 10 percent of all Muslims. They originally were followers of the fourth caliph, Ali, who was Muhammad’s son-in-law through the prophet’s daughter Fatima. Ali claimed that Muhammad on his deathbed selected Ali as leader of the faith, but Ali was murdered during the fifth year of his reign. The Shiite formally broke away from Muslim leaders recognized by the Sunni around 680. A principal belief of the Shiite is that no caliph since Ali has been legitimate. The movement became popular among disaffected non-Arab Muslims who feared they were held in lower esteem within the faith.

Kharijis:

Accounting for less than 1 percent of all Muslims, the Kharijis were the first major schism within Islam. They broke away in 658 when they rejected the use of arbitrators empowered to decide major issues within the faith.

Druze:

A secretive Islamic breakaway group concentrated in Lebanon around Mt. Hermon and in the mountains near Beirut and Sidon. They refer to themselves as the Mowahhidoon. Most Muslims consider the sect blasphemous since it declared that God was manifested in human form as the Egyptian caliph al Hakim Bi-amr Allah 1,000 years ago. They number at least 250,000. The Druze do not accept new members, virtually never discuss their faith and often pose as members of the dominant religion where they live.

Alawi:

A small branch of Islam that broke away from the Shiite in the Ninth Century under the leadership of Ibn Nucair Namin Abdi. Almost exclusively found on the Syrian coast plains, the Alawi have 1.5 million members including Syrian President Hafez Assad.

Ismali:

A Shiite sect that believes the succession of spiritual leadership should have continued through the sons of Muhammad Ibn Isma’il. The Ismali believe that Islam has never been without a living Imam, even though clearly recognized spiritual authority became increasingly rare as Islam matured.

Ahmadiyyah:

Founded in Qadian, India, by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, who died in 1908. Ahmadis believe their founder was a renovator of Islam, a position most of the world’s Muslims consider to be heretical. The group has many enthusiastic missionaries.

Sufi:

These are the mystics within the Muslim faith, a religious order that follows mystical interpretations of Islamic doctrines and practices.

Wahhabi Movement:

Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab began a campaign of spiritual renewal in the smaller city states of Arabia in the mid- 1700s. His extremely traditional group opposed all innovations within Islam, often using violence to enforce its views. The group threatened to become the first nation state in Arabia, prompting a crackdown by the Egyptian army in 1818. Today, Wahhabism is quite strong in Saudi Arabia. It demands punishment for those who enjoy any form of music except the drum and severe punishment up to death for drinking or sexual transgressions. It condemns as unbelievers those who do not pray, a view that never previously existed in mainstream Islam. Wahhabism has been an inspiration to Osama bin Laden.

IRAN: Ahmadinejad calls for purge of liberal university teachers

IRAN: Ahmadinejad calls for purge of liberal university teachers
published: Wednesday | September 6, 2006

TEHRAN, Iran (AP):

Iran’s hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad urged students yesterday to push for a purge of liberal and secular teachers from universities, in another sign of his determination to stamp a strong Islamic fundamentalist revival on the country.

Ahmadinejad’s call was not a surprise – since taking office a year ago, he also has moved to replace pragmatic veterans in the government and diplomatic corps with former military commanders and inexperienced religious hard-liners.

Earlier this year, dozens of liberal university professors and teachers were sent into retirement, and last November, Ahmadinejad’s administration for the first time named a cleric to head the country’s oldest institution of higher education, Tehran University – drawing strong protests from students.

His administration also has launched crackdowns on independent journalists, websites and bloggers.

Still, the latest call was another sign that Ahmadinejad is determined to remake Iran, which still has strong moderate factions.

Middle East Minorities Unite!

Middle East Minorities Unite!
By Joseph Puder
FrontPageMagazine.com | September 6, 2006

In his late 80’s, Adly Abadir is a Coptic-Christian refugee from Egypt and the international president of Copts United based in
Zurich, Switzerland.
Mr. Abadir is an engineer of note who was compelled to escape his homeland because of persecution by the Egyptian regime-much of it is religious intolerance on the part of the Muslim majority towards the Christian Copts-one of the oldest Christian communities in Christendom.  And, because Hosni Mubarak’s regime appeases the Wahhabi-influenced radicals of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Abadir has sought to bring together all the minorities in the
Middle East
who have endured religious, racial and ethnic persecution at the hands of the Arab-Muslim majority.  In an open letter published on his website he declared: “Middle East minorities are suffering from humiliation, subjugation, and persecution in their own lands thanks to their rulers who made themselves subservient to the whims of the Wahhabi king of
Saudi Arabia.”

 

The point Abadir makes regarding the influence of the Wahhabi intolerant Islamic ideology is worth internalizing. Saudi petrodollars enabled the Wahhabi regime in Riyadh to highly influence the policies of various Sunni Muslim countries throughout the
Middle East and beyond.

 

Competition between (Shiite-Muslim) Iran and (Wahhabi-Sunni-Muslim)
Saudi Arabia for the leadership of the Islamic world, enabled by huge oil profits, has put the security of non-Muslim communities in their midst in serious jeopardy – pushing up the level of religious extremism directed towards them.

 

According to Abadir, the collaboration between the Wahhabis and the Muslim Brotherhood that began in 1975 led to the execution of their mutual plans on September 11, 2001. Bin Laden’s Al Qaeda is an offshoot and a fusion of Wahhabi and Muslim Brotherhood ideology.

 

Abadir asserts that the perpetrators of 9.11 called the catastrophe “The Manhattan Ghazwa” (Arabic for invasion) which was followed, Abadir added, by Bali, Madrid, London, Taba, Sharm El-Sheikh, and Jordan…

 

“Saudi Arabia” Abadir contends, “is spreading terror, hatred, and humiliation and, it is killing
Middle East minorities who are actually the region’s original inhabitants.  It puts their blood, dignity, and possessions to waste since one of its tenets is to destroy whoever does not follow the backward and regressive Wahhabi ideology.”

 

The Middle Eastern minorities Abadir refers to include the Copts, Nubians (Sudanese African-Black-Muslims), Shia Muslims (in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain), Bahais (in Iran and the Arab Sunni world), Assyrian-Christians (primarily in Iraq and
Syria), Sabeites, and Jews. 

 

The Shia Islamic Republic of Iran and
Syria are both engaged in ethnic cleansing.  The ruling Alawi minority dominating Syria is ethnically cleansing against the non-Arab Kurds (mostly Sunni-Muslim) in the northeastern

province of
Al Hasakah, and replacing them with Arabs. Similarly, the Iranian regime of the Ayatollahs is cleansing the Arab-Sunni majority in the oil rich province of Khuzestan (southwestern Iran), and replacing them with Iranian Shiites and, it is persecuting its large Kurdish minority in northwestern Iran, much as Saddam Hussein did in Iraq.

 

Iran’s Islamic republic has created serious problems for the large communities of non-Persian minorities, including the Azeri’s and the Baluchis and is treating its small Jewish community – much like Iraq and
Syria did – as hostages.  Iran, like
Saudi Arabia has put its triumphalist ideology above everything else, forcing its ideologies on the Iraqis, Palestinians, Lebanese, Somalis, Sudanese, and other Muslim countries in their quest to mobilize an Islamic front against the West.

 

Abadir pointed out that “Israel’s operations in Lebanon and
Gaza in the last several weeks are nothing but a reaction to the criminal activities of Hezbollah and Hamas – the offshoots of the Muslim Brotherhood.”  These two organizations, Abadir added, “commit their crimes in the name of Allah, as if he came down to earth and organized a party to forcibly convert the whole world to Islam through terror and killing.”

 

“Egypt,” according to Abadir “has become
Saudi Arabia’s whorehouse,” with over five million illegitimate children fathered mostly by rich Saudis who use Egyptian soil for their “nefarious sexual appetites.”  He blames the Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak for being bought off by the Saudis and for allowing
Egypt to become a toy in the hands of intolerant Saudi Sheikhs.

 

Abadir maintains that “Saudi Arabia tried to bribe the U.S. and
Britain, offering to purchase weapons from them in the sum of more than $40 billion dollars, ostensibly to defend against the Iranian danger.”  This, said Abadir, was true soon after the beginning of the Iranian subversive activities in the region, using
Syria, Hezbollah and Hamas.  The Saudi forces, its religious police and Ulama (Muslim religious scholars), Abadir claims, are willing to purchase weaponry, however,” they cannot absorb and operate the advanced technology built in these weapons.”

 

Abadir believes that the Saudis are seeking to reinstate the mutual defense treaty with the
U.S. that was abrogated due to Bin Laden and Muslim Brotherhood pressure.  He suggests that the “Saudi dynasty is now trapped between its own Wahhabi hammer and the more vicious Iranian anvil.”

 

Adly Abadir calls on members of all Middle Eastern persecuted minorities in the region and abroad, including American Jews and Christians, “to work together to crush the head of the blood thirsty Wahhabi snake (and the Iranian dragon) as they threaten the rest of the world.”

How dumb is this

Pakistan Gives Bin Laden Free Pass

September 06, 2006 6:10 AM

Brian Ross Reports:

Ht2_pakistan02_060524_nrOsama bin Laden, America’s most wanted man, will not face capture in Pakistan if he agrees to lead a “peaceful life,” Pakistani officials tell ABC News.

The surprising announcement comes as Pakistani army officials announced they were pulling their troops out of the North Waziristan region as part of a “peace deal” with the Taliban.

If he is in Pakistan, bin Laden “would not be taken into custody,” Major General Shaukat Sultan Khan told ABC News in a telephone interview, “as long as one is being like a peaceful citizen.”

Bin Laden is believed to be hiding somewhere in the tribal areas of Pakistan, near the Afghanistan border, but U.S. officials say his precise location is unknown.

In addition to the pullout of Pakistani troops, the “peace agreement” between Pakistan and the Taliban also provides for the Pakistani army to return captured Taliban weapons and prisoners.

“What this means is that the Taliban and al Qaeda leadership have effectively carved out a sanctuary inside Pakistan,” said ABC News consultant Richard Clarke, the former White House counter-terrorism director.

The agreement was signed on the same day President Bush said the United States was working with its allies “to deny terrorists the enclaves they seek to establish in ungoverned areas across the world.”

The Pakistani Army had gone into Waziristan, under heavy pressure from the United States, but faced a series of humiliating defeats at the hands of the Taliban and al Qaeda fighters.

“They’re throwing the towel,” said Alexis Debat, who is a Senior Fellow at the Nixon Center and an ABC News consultant. “They’re giving al Qaeda and the Taliban a blank check and saying essentially make yourselves at home in the tribal areas,” Debat said.