Search for International Terrorist Entities (SITE) Intelligence Group, which monitors militant forums, says the Islamic State of Iraq issued a statement on militant websites saying Sunday's attacks came in revenge for alleged criminal acts by the Shiite-led government against Sunnis in the Iraqi capital.
What does SITE stand for?
SITE stands for Search for International Terrorist Entities (Washington, DC)
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We have 60 other meanings of SITE in our Acronym Attic
- Single Income, Two Children, Outrageous Mortgage
- Situation Comedy
- Smart Internet Technology Co-Operative Research Center (Australia)
- Society for Information Technology Development (India)
- Still In The Dark
- Strategic Information and Technology Development (US Department of Homeland Security)
- Shot in the Dark Photography
- Satellite Instructional Television Experiment (Indian Space Research Organisation)
- School of Information Technology and Engineering (University of Ottawa)
- Sculpture in the Environment (architecture group; New York, NY)
- Sensor Integrated Test Environment
- Shipboard Information - Training & Education
- Sind Industrial Trading Estate (Pakistan)
- Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education
- Society for Information Technology Education (now ACM Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education)
- Society of Incentive Travel Executives
- Society of International Travel Executives
- Standard Income Tax on Employees (South Africa)
- Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics and East European Economies
- Stormwater Innovative Technology Evaluators
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An Al-Qaeda group in Iraq claimed responsibility for the bombings, the US-based Search for International Terrorist Entities (Site) intelligence group said on Wednesday.
Issue of independence As with many trends, this one started in the US with academics - such as Dr Reuven Paz, director of the Project for the Research of Islamist Movements and the Interdisciplinary Centre in Herzliya, Israel; Dr Matthew Levitt, member of the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research; and Rita Katz, co-founder of the Search for International Terrorist Entities Institute - giving expert testimony.