Video: "60 Minutes" exposes internet as jihad tool

60 Minutes:

Recently the Bush administration acknowledged that al Qaeda is reorganized and gaining strength. As correspondent Scott Pelley reports, that’s been possible, since the fall of Afghanistan, through the explosive growth of al Qaeda on the Internet. Last week, word spread on the web that Vice President Cheney was in Afghanistan. In hours the base where he was staying was bombed. It’s not clear the bomber was targeting the vice president, but U.S. Intelligence noted the coincidence.

It was a fairly interesting piece, it would have been better if “60 Minutes” spent time on explaining the jihad message being spread on YouTube, rather than just naming the website as an example. Most of the segment was spent on forums and sites of the ilk.

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