SITE Institute Director Rita Katz was quoted in today?s NY Post discussing the latest propaganda efforts of al-Qaeda, and the organization?s new exhortations to attack U.S. troops stationed throughout the Middle East.
BIN LADEN'S IRAQ ATTACKS BACKFIRING
By NILES LATHEM
January 22, 2004 -- WASHINGTON - The large number of Muslim deaths caused by al Qaeda terrorist attacks in Iraq has created p.r. problems for Osama bin Laden, who now appears to be having second thoughts about his holy war against coalition forces there, The Post has learned.
New articles in al Qaeda's biweekly Internet magazine Sawt al-Jihad, or "Voice of Jihad," are urging al Qaeda supporters to stay out of Baghdad and concentrate on hitting U.S. military targets in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain, according to terrorist expert Rita Katz, whose SITE Institute monitors al Qaeda propaganda on the Internet.
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