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Title Jihad TV [videorecording] / producer, Huda Ali ; reported, produced & directed by Paul Eedle.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 videodisc (ca. 46 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Series The cutting edge
Cutting edge (Television program)
Notes Off-air recording of the SBS programme broadcast 06/03/07. Copied under Part 5A of the Copyright Act 1968
'An Out There News production in association with Smokefall for Channel 4.'
Contents Copyright notice: Commonwealth of Australia. Copyright Regulations. 1969. Warning
Summary An investigation into how the internet video has become the jihadist propaganda machine, designed to inspire supporters and terrify enemies. The jihadists have seized the power of the internet and their message cannot be silenced. They know that the current battle with the U.S. is the media, which they are using to fight against what they perceive as Western assault on Islam and the Islamic world.
Investigates, also, the effect such videos have on young Muslims in the world; and questions if the gruesome and violent video images, on the internet, are breeding a new generation of jihadist suicide bombers, ready to attack prized targets in the West. These video images are emotional and powerful, and obtainable from the internet, anywhere in the world. There are many such videos on the internet, and are uploaded almost everyday, mostly from Iraq; with others from Afghanistan and Chechn︠i︡a. It could be mounted from anywhere jihadist Muslims are fighting what they see as a US-led crusader alliance attacking Islam.
Original Version First released: [London] : Out There News Ltd., c2006.
System notes DVD ; PAL ; Region 0.
Language notes Report in English; Arabic dialogues with English subtitles.
Other author Ali, Huda
Eedle, Paul.
Channel Four (Great Britain)
Out There News Ltd.
Subject Qaida (Organization)
Influence (Psychology)
Internet -- Psychological aspects
Islam -- 21st century
Islam and terrorism
Islamic fundamentalism
Mass media and propaganda
Propaganda, Arab
Propaganda, International
Psychological warfare
Suicide -- Religious aspects -- Islam
Suicide bombers -- Psychology
Terrorism -- Religious aspects -- Islam
Terrorism and mass media
Television in propaganda
Terrorism -- Computer network resources
Terrorism -- Data processing
Violence -- Religious aspects -- Islam
World Wide Web -- Psychological aspects