The Kingdom has provided important information to a number of countries that were potential targets for Al-Qaeda thanks to initial investigations with two arrested terror suspects, according to Interior Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Mansour Al-Turki.
The Kingdom recognizes the importance of global cooperation to stamp out terrorism, the spokesman said.
The Kingdom is keen to pass on any information it has to affected countries, he said.
The State Department has launched a different sort of raid against al-Qaida, engaging in a cat and mouse game to replace anti-American al-Qaida ads on Yemeni tribal websites.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Wednesday that experts based at the State Department swapped al-Qaida ads on Yemeni websites bragging about killing Americans with ones showing the deadly impact of al-Qaida tactics on Yemenis themselves.
In a rare glimpse into cyber warfare tactics, a top U.S. official has explicitly acknowledged that the U.S. government hacked into websites run by Al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen, changing advertisements that boasted about killing Americans into advertisements that underscored the deaths of Muslim civilians in al Qaeda terror attacks.
In the last couple of days the people of Egypt are done with the regime of President Mubarak. The people want better circumstances. The people wants change. They saw the strength of the people in Tunesia and the spirit of the mind crossed over to Egypt.
History and museaum
The people in Egypt are upset and start destroying public property. I am talking about historical statues and museaums. This is a very sad development. There are some people that try to rescue these artifacts.