Funny. (/not) Shame on Network Solutions. They pulled the plug on Geert Wilders's movie FITNA, a truth. Just truth. But these dhimmi over at Network Solutions have no problem conspiring with terrorists:
U.S.-Based ISPs Count Known Terror Groups as Clients WaPo hat tip rut
Herndon, Va.-based Network Solutions said Wednesday that it suspended Hizbollah.org, an official site of Hezbollah, a Lebanese political and paramilitary group.
Turns out, Network Solutions, which was one of the original firms in the domain registration business, was accepting payment for the domain in violation of a U.S. law that bars American companies from doing business with organizations listed by Uncle Sam as terrorist groups. Closer inspection also reveals that Network Solutions and other U.S.-based Internet service providers and domain registrars provide services to other groups on the government's list of terrorist organizations.
For example, Network Solutions also is the registrar for The Palestine Information Center (palestine-info.com), a Web site tied to Hamas, a group listed on the U.S. State Department's list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations. FTOs are designated under section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, which makes it illegal "for a person in the United States or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States to knowingly provide 'material support or resources' to a designated FTO."
In addition, Network Solutions collects registration fees for Hamas Web properties palestine-info-urdu.com, palestine-info.net, and fm-m.org, the Web site for the Hamas publication "Filistin Almusalima".
Aaron Weisburd, a terrorism expert who tracks terror-related Web sites at his site InternetHaganah.com, said he alerted Network Solutions to the offending domains more than a year ago.
"This has been going on for years," Weisburd said.