Revolutionmuslim and Its Contributors #MappingJihad
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Abu Muhammed Al Maqsud http://www.blogger.com/profile/00677547028587446764
abu bar’aa http://www.blogger.com/profile/04066803896016456268
REVOLUTION MUSLIM http://www.blogger.com/profile/04111579852002234664
Umm Rasheed http://www.blogger.com/profile/06864267127685712351
Abu Hassan http://www.blogger.com/profile/06157899055279157501
Abu Ayoub Al-Ghareeb http://www.blogger.com/profile/08839861827091000968
Abu Najm Muhammad http://www.blogger.com/profile/00502288993995487955
Al X http://www.blogger.com/profile/00506308853042605449
Abu Saif http://www.blogger.com/profile/06445767538614033281
Abu Ikrimah http://www.blogger.com/profile/13274265154744980784
Abu Nusaybah http://www.blogger.com/profile/02110579249314750137
Amir/President: Yousef Al-Khattab
Spiritual Advisor: Sheikh Abdullah al-Faisel
Political Wing Analyst & Adviser: Younes Muhammad
Secretary: Abu Talhah al-Shami
Art/Poster Designer: Abu Nussrah Al Salafi
The above user names and their attendant blogger.com sites are the primary contributors that I have found on revolutionmuslim.com With the recent stabbing of a British official by Roshonara Choudhry citing revolutionmuslim as her source of inspiration, I was contacted by an interested party, to look into the site. The site itself is not the usual fare that I am used to with jihadi’s and takfiri’s but it gets its point across pretty well without having to be as sensationalistic in imagery and content as say the Ansar boys. They do however seem to be an outlet for AQAP, serving out the Inspire magazines with fawning commentary to go along with it.
One of the itnteresting features is a capability to post anonymously… One wonders though, just how anonymous that really is given some interesting facts.
1) The site is located physically on a server on the Google domain in Mountain View
2) The titular operator claims to be located in NYC a Yousef Al-Khattab
Given these two bits of information, one has to assume that the FBI already has had contacts with Goog with the exigency arguments on getting the data from the site, who owns it, who trafficks it, etc. This I assume would include anyone who goes there to post anonymously. Unless they are using a proxy, then they are likely being tracked already. I however, do not have that kind of access, and instead began to use Maltego, Google, and my nose.
The above “contributors” pages included links to their own sites, emails, and other data that links them to their potential real identities. If you go through the maltego maps, then you can see where they also post on other forums and get a better picture of their on-line jihdist lives. There’s a TON of data to sift through, so help yourselves and if you find anything tasty, please do drop me a comment here.
It would seem that this site has been a nursery of sorts.. Chesser, Jesse Morton, etc… And the feds have been looking into them.. Maybe this data can help.
More when I have it.