Few obstacles deter cyber-terrorists

Tuesday, 9 August 2005, 11:57 AM EST

Al Qaeda has become the first guerrilla movement to migrate from physical space to cyberspace. With laptops and DVDs, in secret hideouts and at neighborhood Internet cafes, young code-writing jihadists have sought to replicate the training, communication, planning, and preaching facilities they lost in Afghanistan with countless new locations on the Internet.

By Steve Coll and Susan B. Glasser at Boston.com

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