Qoqaz.com is one of dozens
of terrorist websites all hosted at the same ISP in Malaysia. Qoqaz (means Caucus in Arabic) is devoted to jehad in Chechnya. The site was strongly connected to the former Azzam.com. The Acmecommerce.com home page
does not have much information (isn't that a little strange for an ISP?). If you do contact Acmecommerce.com and get a reply -- please forward a copy to me. Also contact webvisions.com
address: Acme Commerce Sdn Bhd
descr: Co-Location & Dedicated Hosting
descr: Web hosting & Email Hosting
descr: IDC-3 Cyberjaya, Malaysia
remarks: Spam/abuse contact - email@example.com
person: Wong Fook Seong
From: The United States of America, Plaintiff, vs. Sami Omar Al-Hussayen, Defendant: INDICTMENT:
18. AL-HUSSAYEN was either the registrant of the administrative contact for a number of internet web-sites which either belonged to or were linked
to the IANA. A number of said IANA-related web-sites were registered to AL-HUSSAYEN directly, to the IANA or to Dar Al-Asr, a Saudi Arabian company that provided web hostings on the internet. AL-HUSSAYEN registered web-sites on behalf of Dar Al-Asr, identifying himself as the administrative point of contact for Dar Al-Asr and giving his Moscow, Idaho street address and University of Idaho e-mail address for reference.
19. Of the afor-referenced web-sites, AL-HUSSAYEN was the sole registrant of websites www.alasr.ws (crested September 11, 2000), www.cybermsa.org (created March 15, 2001) and www.liveislam.net (created July 8, 2002). Web-sites www.alasr.net (created August 15, 1999), www.almawred.com (created November 1, 1999) and www.heejrah.com (February 22, 2000) were registered to Dar Al-Asr, with AL-HUSSAYEN as the administrative contact person. Web-site www.almanar.net (created October 2, 1998) was registered to Al-Manar Al-Jadeed Magazine, with AL-HUSSAYEN as the administrative contact person. Iananet.org (created August 11, 1995) was registered to IANA and designed and maintained by the web-site entity Dar Al-Asr. Ianaradionet.com (created May 25, 1999) was registered to IANA, with AL-HUSSAYEN as the head of its supervisory committee and member of its technical committee. Islamway.com (created August 18, 1998) was registered to IANA, with direct links to AL-HUSSAYEN's web-sites including www.alasr.ws and www.cybersma.org. The registration of web-sites www.alhawali.org and www.alhawali.com (both created November 18, 2000) referenced Al-Asr and AL-HUSSAYEN, with AL-HUSSAYEN as the administrative contact for www.alhawali.com. These two web-sites corresponded to a radical sheikh referenced in paragraph 21 hereafter. Web-site www.islamtoday.net (created March 17, 2000) was related to a radical sheikh also referenced in paragraph 21 hereafter and posted articles to some of the Dar Al-Asr and AL-HUSSAYEN web-sites.
20. One of the afore-referenced web-sites registered by AL-HUSSAYEN was www.alasr.ws. On September 11, 2000, AL-HUSSAYEN registered the www.alasr.ws web-site. In about June of 2001, an article entitled "Provision of Suicide Operations" was published on the internet magazine of the website www.alasr.ws. The article was written by a radical Saudi sheikh. A portion of the article read as follows:
The second part is the rule that the Mujahid (warrior) must kill himself if he knows that this will lead to killing a great number of the enemies, and that he will not be able to kill them without killing himself first, or demolishing a center vital to the enemy or its military force, and so on. Thisis not possible except by involving the human element in the operation. In this new era, this can be accomplished with the modern means of bombing or bringing down an airplane on an important location that will cause the enemy great losses. [Emphasis added].
21. Www.alasr.ws and other web-sites registered to or linked to, or technically advised by AL-HUSSAYEN, including www.islamway.com (previously mentioned), also posted other violent jihad (holy war)-related messages by other radical sheikhs, including those referenced in preceding paragraph 19.