posted on Jun, 4 2005 @ 08:02 PM
An Internet company under criminal investigation for hosting Islamic terrorist websites is using electronic shell games to make it difficult to track
down those responsible for its actions.
As Newsweek reported, during the past year, 357Hosting, formally based near Utrecht in the Netherlands, hosted a number of Islamic websites that
showed the videos of beheadings of foreign hostages in Iraq and messages from Iraqi-based al-Qaida leader Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi.
I personaly think that the dutch government need to get on the job and take out theose websites that are opperating a cyber jihad, if the claims and
the illegal investigation comes up with the correct evidence, but what happens to the first admendment freedom of speech, i'm not sure what happens
when it's under international law or even dutch law.
this is the link to the site for anyone info.