British Muslim Son of Morrocan Diplomat Was Al Qaeda’s Top Cyber Terrorist

A computer nerd from Shepherd’s Bush, West London, became al Qaeda’s top internet agent, it can be revealed today. Younes Tsouli, 23, an IT student at a London college, used his top-floor flat in W12 to help Islamist extremists wage a propaganda war against the West.Under the name Irhabi 007 — combining the James Bond reference with the Arabic for terrorist — he worked with al Qaeda leaders in Iraq and came up with a way to convert often gruesome videos into a form that could be put onto the Web.

The little turd’s mugshot:

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Videos he posted included messages from Osama bin Laden and images of the kidnapping and murder of hostages in Iraq such as American Nick Berg.

His capture led to the arrest of several Islamic terrorists around the world, including 17 men in Canada and two in the US.

Associates linked to Tsouli in the UK have also now been detained. His 10-year jail sentence was increased to 16 years last month.

At first intelligence operatives who came across his activities dismissed him as a joke. It was only when anti-terrorist detectives began trawling through files on his computer after his arrest that they realised his true significance.

When he was seized, forensic science officers found that Tsouli had been creating a website called YOUBOMBIT.

At his trial at Woolwich crown court a jury heard how the Met trawled through a “hugely gigantic” amount of material — computers, CDs and memory sticks — to bring Tsouli and two other men to justice.

Detectives found literature urging Muslims to take up the fight against other religions. It was the first time anyone in Britain had been prosecuted for inciting terrorist murder purely based on the internet, the court heard.

……Tsouli arrived in London in 2001 with his father, a Moroccan diplomat. He studied IT at a college in central London and was quickly radicalised by images of the war in Iraq posted on the internet.

By 2003 he had already begun posting his own material including a manual on computer hacking and a year later had moved on to publishing extremist images and al Qaeda propaganda on the web.

It is claimed al Qaeda leaders in Iraq spotted Tsouli’s work and took the decision to recruit him, using his expertise to post their own extremist videos to a wider audience.

In 2005, Tsouli became administrator for the web forum al-Ansat, used by 4,500 extremists to communicate with each other, sharing such practical information as how to make explosives and how to get to Iraq to become a suicide bomber.

Link: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=508543&in_page_id=1770

The ‘peaceful religion of Islam’ at work. Kudos to British intelligence for shutting down this little asshat. The internet has become a breeding ground for Islamofascist recruits and wannabes, and a propaganda tool for spreading violence against Western civilization. We’re fighting this war on two fronts: on the battlefield and in the media. We ignore it at our own peril.

6 thoughts on “British Muslim Son of Morrocan Diplomat Was Al Qaeda’s Top Cyber Terrorist”

  1. On this:

    “Leaders can be lucky too – and Thatcher was lucky in that the USSR was breaking up in her period – the change led by Gorbachev and later Yeltsin. She didn’t cause those developments.”

    I have to disagree. Gorbachev was still a party man and Perestroika definitely had its limits. Yeltsin was a doddering apparatich. Communism finally collapsed under its own weight, mostly due to our policies in direct proportion to the Soviet threat, (I saw that first hand as a Soldier stationed in Europe during the Cold War) and partly due to the fact that Communism is a brutal ideology that does not work. Luck notwithstatnding, the Wall would have come down sooner or later.

    Having said that, most democratic societies (except France and Canada, maybe) appreciate a strong leader who stands up to the world’s Islamic/Communist/Socialist tryannies. I suspect that the economic issue was secondary to the anti-war leftists in Britain who despised Thatcher no matter what.

    On a side note:

    “Until the insurgents out-flanked the allies in Iraq and murdered their own daily -“

    One of the aspects of terrorism is that it’s supported throughout the Middle East. No matter where we struck back, they’d cross borders to get there. This is why, had I the power, Syria, Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan would have been asphalt parking lots on 12 September 2001. William Tecumseh Sherman would have looked like a Boy Scout in comparison. THAT is how you fight Islamic zealotry. But, I’m a former Soldier, not a politician.

  2. Oh, I understand. Yes, Thatcher would have been tough – but she would have faced different enemies. Probably NOT her party on this issue, as Blair did. The opposition would have been heavy on the attack, though, on international intervention such as this if it were taken by the conservatives. The press were not as powerful then, and the internet not up and running, so there would not have been so much of the cross Atlantic babble on the American president & their relationship. Though she DID bolster Bush Snr after Saddam’s attack on Kuwait. (Some say Blair bolstered Bush Jnr on Iraq. Who KNOWS!)

    Leaders can be lucky too – and Thatcher was lucky in that the USSR was breaking up in her period – the change led by Gorbachev and later Yeltsin. She didn’t cause those developments.

    Blair – Teflon Tony – is or was lucky too. Until the insurgents out-flanked the allies in Iraq and murdered their own daily – for which we now blame ourselves!!!? But mainly him. HE did it.

    She would never have lasted four years further years as did Blair after Iraq, imho. Her own party got rid of her too, of course, because they said she’d lose them the next election. But also because of economic problems and European issues (the Tory faultline).

    I’ve never missed Thatcher.

  3. keeptonyblairforpm,

    The only contention I have with your assessment is with the following:

    “The press here often say that Thatcher wouldn’t have swallowed Bush’s Iraq approach at all, and would have insited that he did other than invade. I’m not so sure. But we’ll never know. She always seemed much less naturally inclusive than Blair did, and not quite as open to foreigners, per se. A bit of a little Englander, imho.”

    The reason I mentioned Maggie Thatcher is because IMO she would have been as tough on the war against radical Islam as she was against the Soviets. All things considered, she would have been hell on wheels after 9/11. It would have been a pleasure to see her at work in the GWOT. On Iraq: I think she would agree that 12 years of nose-thumbing by Hussein was enough, don’t you?

  4. Hi there,

    Thanks for your response.

    Maggie Thatcher – well. I have to admit that this is one area in which I diverge from Mr Blair. Yes, I know that she put in train some old trades union changes that were long overdue, but SHE was a conservative, so that was easy-peasy and to be expected from the party of the right after Labour’s mess of the years prior to 1979. But from start to finish she was universally hated by those on the left or even in the centre of politics.

    But Blair, now I think he beats Thatcher hands down. Until the feral press dragged his name through the gutters, he was NOT hated by people outside of his own party. Me, for example. I watched quite contentedly as he made the changes he did over the last ten years, and I was proud, VERY proud of his interventionist approach, most of which turned out well. And I don’t believe that he went with Bush into Iraq for any other reason than that he saw the problems of fundamentalism, and felt it had to be nipped in the bud.

    His ratings were sky high – sometimes well over 60% at the beginning of his terms, from 1997 – 2003, until Iraq. I don’t recall Thatcher ever having scored so well; perhaps 50% now and again. And his ratings held up until, as I say, the press started brainwashing the British public.

    The press here often say that Thatcher wouldn’t have swallowed Bush’s Iraq approach at all, and would have insited that he did other than invade. I’m not so sure. But we’ll never know. She always seemed much less naturally inclusive than Blair did, and not quite as open to foreigners, per se. A bit of a little Englander, imho.

    Look at her on/off approach to Europe. Blair has always understood where we should have been years ago in Europe. His hands were tied by Brown – and guess who – the press! Just watch him now if he becomes the first permanent EU president next January. Look out world!

    What we DO know is that this present British government seems afraid to upset around 5% of the population! I think it’s partly because Muslims generally support Labour in the inner cities and they are afraid of losing power if they distance themselves. And yet I feel that the majority of law-abiding Muslims would love the government to come down with a heavy hand on this fundamentalist element, if the press would allow them to!!

    What a situation!

    Some of us still miss Blair enormously, despite what the papers say.

  5. Unfortunately, you are correct about the overwhelming influence of PC crap both in the media and government. What the hell are they afraid of? “Offending” the muslims? “Offending” the 21st Century Ottomans who have declared war on the West? As an American, I was very sad to see Tony Blair relinquish his position as Prime Minister. He was steadfast in support of the war against Islamofascism as well as what it takes to erradicate them.

    I don’t know about you, but the world could use another Maggie Thatcher to help out.

    SFC MAC

  6. Have to agree with you on this. I’ve written similarly about this at my own blog. I know many do not agree but I am convinced that the leader we had six months ago was one of the few politicans willing to do anything about it. He was stopped by politically correct colleagues in his own party citing the dangers of civil unrest, and by the ‘feral’ press. You only have to read some of the speeches he made within the last two years on multiculturalism and its shortcomings. Reading between the lines is not difficult.

    But now look where we are.

    The press too are the enemy within here. They have a lot to answer for.

    Don’t you think it’s strange that few media outlets have run with this story, and Newsnight broke the British Al Qaeda business, and yet the rest of them are strangely quiet.

    Just what exactly is going on here?

    Have we been COMPLETELY taken over by the loony left?

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