Sunday, June 25, 2006

World - Homegrown Muslim terrorism on the rise

The Globe and Mail (Canada) reports.

Londonistan gets a mention.

Then, last fall, a rapid-fire series of arrests occurred in Bosnia, Britain and Denmark. The most significant figure captured in these raids is believed to be a Londoner whose alleged nom de guerre is Irhabi 007, which translates as "Terrorist 007."

He is understood to have been a key al-Qaeda propagandist who used the Internet to incite angry young Muslims worldwide toward localized jihad.

Note the "localized jihad".

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