October 31, 2016
Allies Against Terrorism? What Allies Against Terrorism
I suppose now would be a good time to point out that Pakistan hid Osama bin_laden for 10 years and still has not coughed up Ayman al-Zawahiri, though we all know they know that we know that he's there.
America’s allies have come under intense scrutiny this election season. The Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, postulated at times that he might, if president, break long-standing alliances with NATO. His premise: America’s allies aren’t paying their share of the burden in fights around the world. Trump’s call for reexamining alliances to better understand what return Americans get on their investments has merit but focuses in the wrong direction. He has taken European allies to task while giving America’s counterterrorism allies in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia a pass. The preponderance of U.S. alliances in recent years have not been through traditional Cold War agreements but instead through ad hoc arrangements to pursue al-Qaeda and its later spawn, the Islamic State.
Over the last fifteen years, the U.S. has partnered with dozens of countries, providing military assistance and cooperation for targeting terrorists or building partner capacity or, in some cases, foreign aid to mitigate the root causes for terrorism. The results of these partnerships have been uneven at best. Tactical gains against specific terror targets have, in many cases, been offset by long run strategic divergence between the U.S. and its counterterrorism allies. Some alliances often put the U.S. in a twist both internationally and domestically. Just this month, President Obama, attempting to preserve a counterterrorism ally, vetoed a bill authorizing U.S. citizens to sue Saudi Arabia for perceived complicity in the 9/11 attacks – a veto overridden by Congress.
August 30, 2016
Islamic State of Losing: This Jawa Dance Party Dedicated In Loving Memory of Abu Muhammad Adnani
Let the ISIS retrospectives of Abu Muhammad Adnani begin! I expect a video retrospective within 48 hous pic.twitter.com/QlRisRleny— (((R. Shackleford))) (@mypetjawa) August 30, 2016
Now is the time at Jawa when we dance!
August 03, 2016
Revolution Muslim Fails Again Or Did They?
And old friend of Zack Chesser has been arrested, one would think that he was also friends with some other members of Revolution Muslim, the gift that just keeps on giving.
Dept of Justice Press Release.
Nicholas Young, 36, of Fairfax, Virginia, was arrested today on charges of attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a designated foreign terrorist organization. Young is employed by the Metro Transit Police Department (MTPD) as a law enforcement officer.
Assistant Attorney General for National Security John P. Carlin, U.S. Attorney Dana J. Boente of the Eastern District of Virginia and Assistant Director in Charge Paul M. Abbate of the FBI’s Washington Field Office made the announcement. Young’s initial appearance is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. before U.S. Magistrate Judge Theresa C. Buchanan of the Eastern District of Virginia.
According to the affidavit filed in support of the criminal complaint, Young has been employed as an MTPD officer since 2003. Law enforcement first interviewed Young in September 2010 in connection with his acquaintance, Zachary Chesser, who had been arrested and subsequently pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization. Over the next several years, Young allegedly had numerous interactions with undercover law enforcement personnel and an FBI confidential human source (CHS) regarding his knowledge of and interest in terrorism-related activity. Many of these interactions were recorded. Law enforcement also interviewed Young’s family and co-workers. In 2011, Young met with an undercover law enforcement officer, and several of these meetings included another of Young’s acquaintances, Amine El Khalifi, who later pleaded guilty to charges relating to his plan to conduct a suicide bombing at the U.S. Capitol Building in 2012.
According to the affidavit filed in support of the criminal complaint, in 2011, Young traveled to Libya once and attempted to travel there a second time. Young told FBI agents that he had been with rebels attempting to overthrow the Muammar Qaddafi regime. Baggage searches revealed that Young traveled with body armor, a kevlar helmet and several other military-style items, according to the allegations.
According to the affidavit filed in support of the criminal complaint, on about 20 separate occasions in 2014, Young met with the CHS, who posed as a U.S. military reservist of Middle Eastern descent who wanted to travel overseas to join ISIL. During these conversations, Young allegedly advised the CHS on how to evade law enforcement detection by utilizing specific travel methods and advised the CHS to watch out for informants and not discuss his plans with others.
According to the affidavit filed in support of the criminal complaint, also in 2014, the CHS led Young to believe that he had successfully left the United States and joined ISIL. In reality, the CHS had no further contact with Young. All further communications between Young and the CHS’s email account were actually communications between Young and FBI undercover personnel posing as the CHS. In June 2015, Young emailed the CHS asking for advice from the CHS’s commanders on how to send money to ISIL. Young said, “[u]nfortunately I have enough flags on my name that I can’t even buy a plane ticket without little alerts ending up in someone’s hands, so I imagine banking transactions are automatically monitored and will flag depending on what is going on.”
In December 2015, the FBI interviewed Young, ostensibly in connection with an investigation into the whereabouts of the CHS, according to the affidavit filed in support of the criminal complaint. Young allegedly said that the CHS had left the United States to go on a vacation tour in Turkey approximately one year ago. In addition, according to the allegations in the complaint, Young said that he knew of no one in the United States or overseas who helped the CHS cross the Turkish border into Syria.
On July 18, 2016, Young allegedly communicated with a person who he believed to be the CHS regarding purchasing gift cards for mobile-messaging accounts that ISIL purportedly uses in recruiting others to join the terrorist organization. According to the affidavit filed in support of the criminal complaint, on July 28, 2016, Young sent 22 gift card codes to the FBI undercover officer posing as the CHS with a message that stated: “Respond to verify receipt . . . may not answer depending on when as this device will be destroyed after all are sent to prevent the data being possibly seen on this end in the case of something unfortunate.” The codes were ultimately redeemed by the FBI for $245, according to court documents.
A criminal complaint is merely an allegation, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.
If convicted, Young faces a statutory maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. The maximum statutory sentence is prescribed by Congress and is provided here for informational purposes. If convicted of any offense, the sentencing of the defendant will be determined by the court based on the advisory Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.
The MTPD initiated this investigation and continues to work collaboratively with the FBI Washington Field Office’s Joint Terrorism Task Force on the case. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Gordon D. Kromberg and John T. Gibbs of the Eastern District of Virginia and Trial Attorney David P. Cora of the National Security Division.
June 24, 2016
Attn Twitter User F*ck You #Kafir (@fabrianto_67)
Oh no you didn't!
Attn Twitter User بو عثمان @DriftOne148
Nice to meet you, though I didn't do a screen shot today.
But you're STILL are mah bitch.
June 08, 2016
Attn: Twitter User @ajnad446
May 25, 2016
Attn Twitter User MUJAHlDAH miss (@imut_syameela)
April 15, 2016
Attn: Twitter User
@Jazrawi_Andalus @Jazrawi_Dar3a @Jazrawi_Alrai https://twitter.com/Jazrawi_Andalus
I don't recall giving you permission to use the internet?
Update: 03/25/16: I told you once, you're not allowed.
Update 04/15/16 Pwned again!
On his last account he claimed to be Co-Editor of Dabiq 14, released this week, with hostage journalist John Cantile.
I've told you twice! Also get a haircut you stinking hippie!
March 31, 2016
Attn: Twitter User @Abu_Waahid2
March 29, 2016
Abu Haleema Opens New Twitter in Direct Violation of His Bail (Update: Pwn3d!) (RePwned!)
Abu Halleema is a retard who thinks block stops Jawas.
When Abu Haleema uses twitter he is in direct violation of his bail conditions.
Not to mention Jihadtube.
Update: Pwned! See Abu, this Kuffar owns your ass.
@AbuHaleema274 Steeeerike 3!
Update: Whack dat mole!
March 25, 2016
Attn: Twitter User @ans_213
A little birdie told me that if we didn't stop knocking Ansar al-Losers off Twitter, we were going to get it.
Oppps, looks like I gotta find a new hobby!
March 24, 2016
Attn: Twitter User @Bilawi__114
You lose, again.
March 23, 2016
Attn: Twitter User @D__A__222
March 22, 2016
Attn: Twitter User @truthRev109
Attn: Twitter User @hamoe24mo7d حموي موحد 24
Promoting terrorism is bad, Mkay?
March 14, 2016
Attn Twitter User @dfghjklasdfgjs1
At First Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) Were All Like
2) At first they were all like pic.twitter.com/kFhrRQPue5— Rusty Shackleford (@mypetjawa) March 10, 2016
3) And then they were like pic.twitter.com/h4sx9rxxEg— Rusty Shackleford (@mypetjawa) March 10, 2016
Ansar bangladesh forum dawahilallah.ga / .info having a bad year. Bye bye DNS, & host— Rusty Shackleford (@mypetjawa) March 8, 2016
I blame Zionists. & Me. pic.twitter.com/me3sJ1bX37
He is watching you.
March 08, 2016
Attn: Twitter User HABESHI @Dieinurage303
January 14, 2016
At Last! Terror Victim Files Suit Against Twitter
Rusty has long advocated holding internet hosting companies and other online services accountable for their deplorable record of preventing terrorists from using their services.
We have a long history with providers, some co-operative and some not. Some willfully blind but few take a proactive stance. Depending on reports from users but few actually taking proactive steps.
Of course at times there are perfectly good reasons to leave selected sites. But in general the government has refused to sanction even willfully blind or supportive providers. Hence Rusty's suggestion that the victims or terrorists step in a file suit.
he widow of a man killed in a attack on a Jordanian police training center has sued Twitter Inc, accusing it of making it easier for ISIS to use the social media company's platform to spread its message.Obviously piles of dead bodies and war is not motivation enough for providers to act. But possibly if they take a big hit in the pocketbook, the only thing they really care about they will take proactive steps against terrorists.
Tamara Fields, a Florida woman whose husband Lloyd died in the Nov. 9 attack for which she said ISIS, a common acronym for Islamic State, claimed responsibility, is seeking unspecified damages for Twitter's having allegedly "knowingly or with willful blindness" provided material support to terrorists.
"Without Twitter, the explosive growth of ISIS over the last few years into the most-feared terrorist group in the world would not have been possible," according to the complaint filed on Wednesday in the federal court in Oakland, California.
Like maybe actually hiring people dedicated to collecting information on terrorists and turning over to authorities without a warrant, and then removing those users and tracking and foiling their attempts to reload themselves.
A few large judgments might provide just the right motivation.
January 07, 2016
Another Online Jihadi Gets TriCked
Siful Haque Sujan was wiped out by a US drone strike near Raqqa, the terror group's de faco capital, in Syria on December 10.Well so much for that theory that flagging Jihadis prevents intelligence from doing their TriCks
The 31-year-old computer expert, who had spent more than a decade working in the UK, became a leafing figure in the savage death cult’s hacking campaign and their operation to beat Western surveillance.
Now is the time at Jawa when we dance.
January 04, 2016
Attn: Twiiter User @a7saso67
December 27, 2015
Attn: Twitter User(s) @_lioncaliphate @Khilafa8442
Did you know Jawas are all dentists?
Update: Add https://twitter.com/Khilafa8442 because I''m too lazy to write a new post.
December 26, 2015
Attn Twitter User Juba# @yusuf_BMW_6X
December 24, 2015
Attn: Twitter User @backcyber aka CyberCaliphate
December 09, 2015
Attn: Twitter User @AbuSafiyya3 Abu Safiyya as Swedi
I like the internet because it gives me the ability to *meet and interact with diverse and interesting people world wide.
Norway’s Police Security Service (PST) launched an investigation Tuesday into Bastián Vásquez, a Norwegian of Chilean descent featured in an English-language video released by a jihadist group at the center of bloody conflict in the Middle East.Dear Bastian, enjoyed our interaction!
Vásquez — also known as Abu Safiyya — is the protagonist in a 15 minute video released by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) on the website Liveleaks on Sunday. In English, Vásquez explains that ISIS had captured a checkpoint on the border between Iraq and Syria following a battle in which he claims several border patrol soldiers were killed. The video shows a room containing more than a dozen captive soldiers, and ends with a shot of a police station being razed to the ground by explosives.
OPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- A Norwegian court has jailed an Islamic radical in custody for four weeks for threatening a witness to change his testimony in a case involving recruiting people to fight in Syria.Thanks to Dan.
Prosecutor Per Niklas Hafsmoe says Arslan Maroof, known as Ubaydullah Hussain, was apprehended on Tuesday after "an incident" last weekend.
* fuck with.
December 08, 2015
Attn: Twitter User @ITtkcve
December 07, 2015
Attn: Twitter User @skx81
November 02, 2015
Attn Twitter User @_cyber_calipha
I killed so many that I'm getting tired blogging them all. So lets add these other CyberCaliphate losers here.
Attn Twitter User @58Mosa
Such a cute thing, I hated to kill it. But from up here I just pretend they are ants
Attn: Twitter User Abu Saalihah @AbuSaalihah13
Attn Twitter User @media_ba__qia
Nice try, all that changing your name every few hours.
Too bad that doesn't actually work on Jawas.
October 31, 2015
Attn Twitter User: أفدي دولة الخلافة @a_d_kh_25
Update: Yeah that was me.
Remaining, Please participate and flag.
October 29, 2015
Attn: Twitter User @58Mosa
October 28, 2015
Attn: Isdarat Tweeps A. Ibrahim (@ydy0neji) ErshadChowdhury (@ershadchowdhu13) RT (@NE_WORLD3)
Birds of a feather hang together.
Oh and nice meeting you.
Is Da Rat....
Get it dumbasses? I didn't think so.
October 26, 2015
Attn: Twitter User Al Baraa @g8670062_3
Attn: Twitter User @WISHES30DR
The Muslima from TN is attracting the wrong kind of attention.
September 17, 2015
Attn Twitter User @AsawiirtiHacker
September 04, 2015
Jawas vs TriCk 35-14 Final!
Jawa readers will recognize our recent suspensions and Twitter feud with the leader of CyberCaliphate Juniad Hussain aka TriCk.
It went back and forth there for a while with the last few accounts and with TriCk scoring some big media hacks. But in the end there is only one way these things end.
Let the recriminations and Jihadi excuses begin.
Whatever, he's still Dead Jim!
Now is the time at Jawa when we dance.
August 24, 2015
French Medals and Hacktivists
Just as a good citizen should beat a terrorist unconscious when the opportunity arises. Good citizens should also do America a solid when the opportunity presents itself.
igilante hackers exist across the world. Men and women, young and old. They are housewives and unemployed. They are working as solicitors and businessmen. They live in big cities and the smallest of hamlets in the largest of houses and the tiniest of flats. Some of them go after people who attempt to scam using spam emails that seek to trick others out of their money or personal details. Some of them, like laywer Shannen Rossmiller, seek to trap
those who have been radicalised. Brad Willman in Columbia distributed a Trojan horse program to more than 1,000 people in a bid to uncover child-porn activities. Around 70 people were jailed as a result.
One thing is for sure, these ‘Hacktivists’ cannot be ignored. They are challenging not only the people they target but everyone of us, making us rethink our view of hackers. It is easy to think of them as people who disrupt the harmony of the internet, causing inconvenience and engaging in criminal acts, but the distinction between good and evil is very much blurred here. Some of these groups and individuals are performing what many believe are good deeds.