are more than 5,600 Web sites currently spouting Al Qaida ideology worldwide, and 900 more are appearing each year. Talking to News.com, Saudi researcher, Khaled al-Faram, said that extremist Web sites are on the rise.
He said it is difficult to track most of the sites, because Al Qaida sites often change I.P. addresses and Web site names to avoid detection, or start up again elsewhere once infiltrated.
Faram recently spoke to a conference organized by the Saudi intelligence agency to encourage the public to cooperate more with their government agencies and to share their expertise on how to search the Internet for militant activity.