"regularly evicted from servers or shut down by authorities, is constantly on the move.
Presumably operating on the grounds that it is best to know one's enemies – 140 characters at a time – the first feed the Taliban signed up to follow was that of @Afghantim, who describes himself as a US air force logistics officer currently deployed working as a combat adviser to the Afghan army.
The Taliban are also following @afghanHeroesUK, a charity supporting British troops in Afghanistan"
It seems that some changes happened after all because using computers, watching TV and... kitting was forbidden during Taliban times.
I'll keep looking at the site because it might not be online tomorrow.
No. They don't explain their plans and give the date and time for the next terrorist act.It is a site like all the others with articles, interviews, analysis, links, .pdf files... amazing and even a disappointment since there are no plans, no pictures, nothing related to terrorists activities, like a good manual explaining many actions like how to explode yourself in the middle of as much enemies civilians as possible.