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07-15-2007, 09:19 AM
Linda Spence, just as a number of other ordinary individuals received an email from eBay asking to verify her account information. 35-year-old lady had no idea it was a counterfeit eBay site used by the global jihad to find out the sensitive information and use it for the terrorist purposes.

The information Linda Spence unwittingly entered appeared in the hands of a young man located in the United Kingdom. 21-year-old biochemistry student Tariq al-Daour, who is said to be the brains behind the terrorist’s cell, used stolen money in a black market to support bombing attacks against targets in the United States, Europe and Middle East.

Tariq al-Daour, together with 24-year-old law student Wassem Mughal and Moroccan-born Younes Tsouli,23 was found guilty this week to a terrorism charge of using the internet to incite murder. This trio used computer viruses such as Trojans to steal money from credit card accounts and set up a network of forums and websites. The contents of these webs included various tutorials on computer hacking and bomb-making, videos of beheadings and suicide bombing and much other useful or simply interesting information concerning terrorism.

Heres the full article...http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/07/05/AR2007070501153.html

The Internet can be a great thing but in the hands of terrorists can be devastating.
(Watch out for those phishing scams)