Global Report - 09-October-2008

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Global Report - 09-October-2008 White Collar Jihadists have become a cause for growing concern following the arrest of technology-savvy members of a militant group that exploited insecure wireless networks to send messages. The suspects sent e-mail claiming responsibility for serial bombings in the major Indian cities of Delhi and Ahmedabad. White collar Jihadists concern India It is extremely worrying that Islamist terror groups have targeted the information technology and engineering sectors, in a successful effort to give India's jihadist movement a quantum jump in skills and ideological focus. Till his arrest believed to be a model citizen Mohammed Mansoor Asghar Peerbhoy, worked as a software engineer at multinational Yahoo India is a part of the militant group which sent e-mai...



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