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'Mouthpiece of al-Qaeda' hacks Alaskan tourism Web site

An organization described as the “the mouthpiece of al-Qaeda” has hijacked a Web site promoting an Alaskan fishing town, replacing book recommendations with a call for attacks on U.S. and Israeli targets because of the war in Iraq. The vitriolic content from the Center for Islamic Studies and Research (CISR) emerged on the weekend after the group’s previous site was shut down prior to the war in Iraq, reportedly by U.S. authorities, to disrupt communications between terrorist sympathizers. The site that was originally designed as an information centre for Homer, Alaska, now urges Muslims to retaliate against the United States for the war in Iraq, provides links to gruesome photos of what appear to be civilian war casualties and provides specific tactics for fighting a campaign against superior U.S firepower. Full Story

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