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    Yahoo getting paid by supporting terrorist groups.

    Here is a copy of a letter I sent to CNN and Yahoo, and nsa.gov


    I just read a news story on your site:

    http://www.cnn.com/2003/US/10/10/sec...eut/index.html

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    U.S. lists Web sites as 'terror' groups

    If the report is correct, and the Jewish group Kahane has been deemed as a known terrorist group, why is Yahoo, providing a Kahane Group service.

    If you go to http://kahane.org/home.htm one of the deemed "Terrorist sites" they operate a news letter, using Yahoo Groups. Put in an email adderss and click Join Now, and see where it sends you to. A legit Yahoo forum group.

    I think it's pretty messed up that Yahoo would continue to operate a group service for known terrorists even after the U.S. deemed that no one should be doing any business with them. If I'm correct, by hosting this group on Yahoo's website and getting paid for the advertising, is Yahoo not breaking a law????

    Thanks for any feedback,

    --PuRe

    Below is a link to the Kahane group on Yahoo's site.

    http://groups.yahoo.com/subscribe/ka...wsletter+.y=12
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    PuReExcTacy,

    funny U should talk about an association between yahoo and terrorist's site. Might B the reason why I received a couple of (what seems 2 B) porno emails yesterday from my yahoo email account.
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    i think that all of this is mayor BS, yahoo provides a service, and those guys are paying for it, Whats the problem ? If those so called terrorist have forums, web boards, chats, web sites hosted in the USA, don't you think thats better because here the FBI, CIA and some other agency with weird initials would be able to monitor easier, etc.

    Just my 2 cents

    in second thoght , i started thinking if providing a service is supporting, then providing a service to a "terrorist" is brakeing the law, then also there is a big list of bussiness and schools that should be held responsible for charges of Supporting terrorist, such as:
    Harvard(were Osama Bin laden went)
    The Flying school that gave classes to the 9/11 pilots that crashed the planes in the towers
    The Hotel were they stayed
    The Restaurants were they ate
    The dealership that sold them or rent them a car
    Any other place they whent to buy clothing, food , medicine . ETC.

    All of the above receive money in exchange of a service.


    DON'T YOU THINK THIS IS STUPID ! ! !
    i certanly do.

    were has our freedom of speech has gone or were is it going ? ? ?


    1st Amendment
    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

    1.0.1 amendment by George W. Bush
    I, the president of the USA shall decide for my country whats evil or not, if something goes wrong in our conuntry and economy is because of the terrorist such as Osama Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein, and that gives me the right as a world leader to go and destroy a 3rd world country to get their oil and implement a democratic goverment and last but not less important to stop their efforts to support the terrorist and stop them for building chemical weapons. The congress shall kiss my ass.
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    It's been confirmed. Osama Bin Laden is running his riegn of terror via Yahoo! connections!
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    Your missing the point here. The point is this: None of those business would knowingly help or aid a terrorist in any way shape or form. This group has been publicly labeled as a terrorist organization by the United States, knowing this, why is Yahoo continuing to provide these terrorists a means of communication and profiting from the ad sales on the site it's providing these bastards?

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    don't you think that if we could monitor them we could be more aware of their activities and if yahoo didn't provide hosting to them someone else would ? ? ?
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    Originally posted here by GrApHiCTrOn
    don't you think that if we could monitor them we could be more aware of their activities and if yahoo didn't provide hosting to them someone else would ? ? ?
    As far as being able to monitor the activities or terrorists, I'm quite sure that our intelligence agency's doesn't need to rely on Yahoo to be able to do their job, don't ya think.


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    PuReExcTacy,

    funny U should talk about an association between yahoo and terrorist's site. Might B the reason why I received a couple of (what seems 2 B) porno emails yesterday from my yahoo email account.

    What a moron.....


    Yes, Terrorists are flooding Yahoo accounts with pr0n...It's part of their quest for world domination....
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    i'll have to agree with that, you have a point there. Let me think about it.
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    I think you'll find there's alot more to worry about when it comes to multinational companies being linked to terrorism. Things such as the supplying of arms and munitions, chemical weapons (remember, the anthrax released in the US was a strain created in the U.S), training, educating...blah, blah, blah...That's alot more serious than the hosting of a Jewsih terrorist site being hosted by Yahoo...(Aren't Israel's arms supplied by the U.S?)

    And whilst we're at it....who the hell are the U.S to be pointing out terrorists!? Kinda the pot calling the kettle black, isn't it?
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