Al Qaeda and radical Islamic terrorism rely on future recruits and sympathizers more than on any other factor. Terrorists do not use the Internet for direct operational recruitment, but rather to shape a committed virtual radical Islamic community from which individuals will be identified as potential candidates for recruitment. Radical Islamic websites extensively use text, imagery, audio and special idioms and phrases in their websites in order to enhance its radicalization capability. The article addresses the methods and means of internet sedition.
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