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Another Jihad Database

The lamestream media told you:
University of Arizona computer scientists got front page news by announcing they have "quietly assembled" the world's largest digital library of terrorist organizations and activity on the Internet.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
The news media continues to disguise the global holy war against western civilization, conducted by  Muslim fundamentalists waging jihad, as "terrorism," an innocuous word that implies indiscriminate criminal activity, and hides the Islamic nature of the problem.

So many groups have amassed databases and are tracking the world's jihadis that an announcement from one batch of scientists is hardly news. Naming it the Dark Web though was kind of cool.


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