American Cleric Tied to Times Square and Christmas Day Bombing Attempts Gets New Website

http://news-updations.blogspot.comAl Qaeda is promoting the upcoming online release of its first English magazine called the "Inspire," and one of the first guest writers being promised is Anwar Al Alwaki, the America born cleric linked to several terror attacks on the United States.

Awlaki is tied to three of the Sept. 11, 2001, hijackers, the attack at Fort Hood military base, the attempted bombing on Christmas Day and the failed attack on the Times Square earlier this year.

According to two sources, one who collects open the source intelligence and the second, the NEFA Foundation, whose mission is to expose the organizations and individuals who plan, fund, and commit acts of terrorism, the website would give Awlaki a new platform to remain in contact with his followers.

The development is seen by some analysts as a strong indicator that it remains too dangerous for Awlaki to use the Internet. Awlaki's popular website was taken down and after the Fort Hood shooting last November, presumably by the U.S. government, though U.S. officials will not comment on the record about the move.

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