Al-Qaeda is undeterred by the massive worldwide hunt for its leaders and operatives. It has gone into top gear recruiting more volunteers to boost its “virtual jihad”. It is advertising on the Internet for virtual jihad where the terrorist group recruits share tactics and spread its extremist message.
The Al-Qaeda’s propaganda arm, Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF), said it has ” vacant positions” for those wanting to help with producing videos and assembling footage of militants in war zones, including Iraq.
The advertisement has also sought candidates with “excellent” language skills in English, according to a report in the London-based Arabic daily Ashraq Al Awsat.
The adverts warn, “Every Muslim should know that his life is not his own; it is the property of this violated nation for whom men and women have shed their blood.”