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Links 1 through 10 of 33 by Ethan Zuckerman tagged terrorism

Very difficult story - as citizen media users in Mexico document the movement of drug gangs (which the newspapers are no longer abel to do), they're becoming the targets of brutal violence.

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Important essay by Andres Monroy-Hernandes about the use of social media to document drug violence in Mexico, and the shameful government response.

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Pakistan filters un-Islamic content online... so why don't they filter sites associated with terrorist organizations? Provocative piece from Huma Imtiaz

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Sean Gorman's dissertation leads to concerns about national security... and the classification of his work. Gorman was documenting fiberoptic connections that serve US businesses - concern that this was a "roadmap for terrorists" led Richard Clarke (always the cautious one) to declare, “He should turn it in to his professor, get his grade -- and then they both should burn it”

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Lovely reporting from Daniel Brook which links Mohamed Atta's work and thinking as an architecture and urban planning student with his later role in executing 9/11. Makes an interesting case that Atta - and perhaps fellow alienated Muslims living in western cities - sometimes idolize a fictional version of the Arab world independent of western influence

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Useful update on some of Al-Shabab's techniques in Somalia, including the heavy reliance of mobile phones to coordinate movements, and the emergence of suicide bombing as an anti AU-forces tactic

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GAO determines that US has no long-term plan to deter smuggling of nuclear material and dirty bomb components into the US, based on ABC experiments with uranium via shipping containers and GAO experiments with Cesium 137 packed in automobiles.

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Perspectives on Somalia from aid workers attempting to provide humanitarian relief despite absurd conditions. "What has happened over the past two years in Somalia is a textbook example of how not to win the hearts and minds of people in the GWOT !"

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Important piece of analysis, which argues that American pressure on the Union of Islamic Courts has led to the rise of a more extreme form of political Islam in Somalia and has likely created Al Qaeda safe havens where none existed before.

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BBC suggests that the US government may be using extraordinary rendition in cooperation with Ethiopian and Somali authorities, arresting people who've fled the violence in Somalia and questioning them - possibly using torture - in Ethiopian jails.

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