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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Al-Qal3ah, Qal3ah, or Qal3ati (Arabic: , al-qal ah "the castle"; the 3 is an ASCII representation of the Arabic ) was an Internet forum infamous for being the site of announcements and discussions by Islamic extremists. Postings included several videos of the decapitation of hostages by Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi''s group in Iraq. The website had upwards of ten mirrors, but all are down as of 23 February 2007. The Islamist-extremist watchdog group Society for Internet Research claim that the forums were owned by the Muslim reformist Sa''ad Al-Faqih (or al-Fagih). On the same day as the 7 July 2005 London bombings, the Qal3ah forum carried a posting which took responsibility for those bombings. But on July 9, 2005, The Guardian reported that al-Faqih denied ownership of the site and claimed that the accusation was a "Zionist smear."
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