“To qualify for any of the jobs, a person has to be someone who ‘seeks the guidance of God.'” In a larger sense this is actually nothing new. “Al-Qa’ida Recruits Through the Internet,” from The Media Line, with thanks to Gabrielle Goldwater:
Al-Qa’ida has recently begun to recruit members to the organization through the Internet, reports the London-based daily A-Sharq Al-Awsat. Among the posts needed to be filled, are: an editor for Jihadist announcements in Iraq — both in audio and in video; an editor for TV video clips published through satellite stations; and an editor for written announcements in Arabic and English.
The wanted ads can be found on a website affiliated with Al-Qa’ida. The site said its public relations division will e-mail those who would like to apply for the jobs once they make the initial connection.
Al-Qa’ida did not specify what the salaries would be. It did state, however, that “Each Muslim has to know that he does not possess his time. His time belongs to the raped [Islamic] nation, whose blood was spilled without revenge.”
To qualify for any of the jobs, a person has to be someone who “seeks the guidance of God.”