Pigdog's own paranoid FBI-tracked superuser has researched the web and found the best
American-readable radical Islamic websites out there. Read on for the detailed report
and feast your eyes+ears on textual and realaudio propaganda.
Aljeeb is an valuable tool
for translating arabic->english on the web. It is what made this article possible, and
what made me able to rifle through the daily information at Qatar's Al-Jazeera network. Al-Jazeera once was a
little arabic version of BBC until Qatar started pumping more than $100 million a year in
the satellite network, making it the most popular Arabic news channel in the world.
Paknews.com, a U.S. run Pakistani news service,
offers both western and middle eastern propaganda as well as message boards to discuss
the legitimacy of these articles. In these message boards, Americans, Pakistanis, and
Indians engage in circular arguments about territory, terrorism, and Taliban. Among
websites mentioned in the message boards, the best for the average American to read about
radical Islamic views are Khilafah magazine and Hezb-e-Islami Afghanistan. Both are filled with
views from the propaganda machine that is silenced in mainstream American media. Khilafah.com goes so far as to post articles about the
surging post-Taliban heroin production in Afghanistan. As well, the splash screen
features a nice animated banner with funny propaganda slogans which point angry fingers
at big corporations (i.e. McDonalds) and politicians.
The Palestinian National Authority, whom throughout the
conflict has never fully endorsed the pointless killing of Afghani civilians by oil
mongering superpowers. This website has recently been less than responsive, I suspect
because of CIA & Iranian hacker espionage. The folks at the Paknews message boards would agree with me.