December 06, 2005

American Internet Companies Hosting Terrorist Websites


The above banner will take you to the Juba website. "Juba" is the mythical name of a terrorist sniper in Iraq. Last month, a Juba 'top ten' video was widely distributed by Islamic terror supporters on the internet. The video showed a series of segments in which American soldiers were shot by 'Juba'.

The owner of the terror supporting website is able to remain anonymous thanks to the efforts of the Washington based company, Privacy Post. Privacy Post makes it's living letting jihad supporters, such as whoever is behind the website above, post anonymously. As you know, jihad activity is not unknown in the Seattle area. A Seattle area Muslim also once threatened readers of the Jawa Report.

The website is hosted by a Los Angeles area company, POWWEB. Do you think it's alright that an American company hosts this website? You can complain to POWWEB here.

Further, the American owned and operated Juba website proudly displays the logo of the Islamic Army in Iraq (IAI). The Islamic Army in Iraq is the same terror organization responsible for dozens of video taped murders of hostages, including Italian Red Cross worker Enzo Baldoni. The IAI is presently holding American civilian Ronald Schulz hostage and has threatened to murder him if their demands are not met within 48 hours.


The Islamic Army in Iraq's backup site above is also hosted by an American webhost. Guess which American company? That's right, the San Gabriel Valley's finest webhost company POWWEB. An American webhost is providing the bandwidth for the Islamic Army of Iraq to spread it's propaganda and make the most of the kidnapping of an American citizen and help it recruit more terrorists in Iraq so that they can kill more American soldiers.

I think we have a name for Americans that aid the enemies of the United States: traitors.

Again, you can contact POWWEB and tell them what you think of their treasonous activities here.

Posted by Dr. Rusty Shackleford at December 6, 2005 04:48 PM | TrackBack

>>>"I think we have a name for Americans that aid the enemies of the United States: traitors"

nooo! it's patriotic to dissent!

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at December 6, 2005 05:48 PM

And don't you dare question their patriotism!

Posted by: Improbulus Maximus at December 6, 2005 06:01 PM

Do you think Ramsey Clarke owns one of the websites?

Posted by: Rusty Shackleford at December 6, 2005 06:13 PM

I'm sure there are a few lawyers in the blogosphere that might be able to help get these sites shut down.

Posted by: Chris Short at December 6, 2005 06:14 PM

You'd think that the FBI would be interested in finding out who is behind them. But, nope.

Posted by: Rusty Shackleford at December 6, 2005 06:27 PM

Why bother. The Internet is a communications medium - with the right resources, technical skills, and desire/need - it can relatively be easily "compromised" and useful. And you think its not being done?

Posted by: hondo at December 6, 2005 06:29 PM

Honestly man? No, I don't. I really wish I could believe otherwise. Not enough resources put in this area.

Posted by: Rusty Shackleford at December 6, 2005 06:34 PM

Nobody in their right mind uses PowWeb anyway. Their product pretty much sucks in almost every conceivable way, and this is just one more such way.

Posted by: IO ERROR at December 6, 2005 06:42 PM

The hosting issue aside...I think it is important we know the extent of evil these islamic swines are capable of and to me their own evil websites just reinforce this point. They condemn themselves and show the civilised planet why they need to be wiped out.

Posted by: Jester at December 6, 2005 06:45 PM

Hm, after doing a little bit of quick investigation, I've come up with the following:

Privacy Post only masks the domain name registration information. This info is still available to law enforcement upon presentation of a warrant, National Security Letter, or just plain asking nicely.

The web host, PowWeb, will have logs of where the terrorists connect from, which also will be available to law enforcement.

I really hope these two companies are actually cooperating with the FBI in tracking these people down, and the fact that the websites are still up simply means that they're being closely watched and tracked back to their source.

Posted by: IO ERROR at December 6, 2005 07:09 PM

Hmmm...hought you took this down.

Posted by: Ernie Oporto at December 6, 2005 08:25 PM

Rusty deleted the post in MT, but that just removes the database entry. You've got to delete the actual php file in the archives directory in order for it to be really gone.

Coincidentally, I used to host with Powweb, and they sucked. Awful service. And when I was having problems with them I posted a couple of things critical of them and one of their customer support people accused me of using "right-wing smear tactics."

They did seem to have a large number of Arabic support staff (judging from the names), but that's just a passing observation.

Posted by: Rob at December 6, 2005 08:33 PM
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