Saturday, January 26, 2008

Storm Track Infiltration: US Wildfires and Terrorism

A little while back, the bloggospher was discussing the idea that the many wildfires set off last summer could be the work of eco-terrorists of the Jihadist kind. Such a terrorist attack was openly discussed on Jihadist websites.

U.S. officials monitoring terrorist web sites have discovered a call for using forest fires as weapons against “crusader” nations, in what may explain some recent wildfires in places like southern California and Greece.

A terrorist website was discovered recently that carried a posting that called for “Forest Jihad.” The posting was listed on the Internet on Nov. 26 and reported in U.S. intelligence channels last week.

The statement, in Arabic, said that “summer has begun so do not forget the Forest Jihad.”

Among the discussion was some evidence that cellular phones may have been used to ignite the wildfires. Very plausible and a very smart way to set a fire by exploding an incendiary device while being miles away from the event.

Now an undercover Op has found busting a California theft ring revealed remote detonated bombs.

Read the rest at The Gathering Storm.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


If 9/11 couldn't do it, and neither could Beslan, nor 7/7, then what will it take to give the modern world its 'Pearl Harbor Moment'?

Maybe this ...

"Pakistan has raised the state of alert around its nuclear facilities amid concerns they could be targeted by Islamist militants.

But a senior Pakistan military official said there had been no specific threat to the sites, and insisted that safeguards in place were fool proof.

The official was speaking in a rare press briefing on the issue.

It followed Western media reports warning that Pakistan's nuclear weapons could fall into the wrong hands... "