Tout ça pour ça:
When Sageman took the stand for the defense, he was clear.
“Does al-Qaida use the internet to recruit?”
“No,” he replied, “that’s not how people join al-Qaida.”
“How do people join?”
“It’s really a bottom-up phenomena,” Sageman answered.
Al Qaeda is relying heavily on the Internet to recruit Americans with a plethora of English-language websites and even an online magazine, Inspire, that promotes individual, violent jihad. However, Jenkins says the Internet engagement with jihad may be taking the place of actual engagement for many of these would-be terrorists. Suicide missions and martyrdom for American jihads are rarely contemplated, a factor that is said to have disappointed Osama bin Laden.
Le recrutement à Al qaïda se fait plutôt IRL…
Ca valait bien la peine de légaliser l’espionnage du net sous le prétexte de la prévention du terrorisme…