The September 11 terror attacks were a watershed event in the life of a Canadian journalist named Beverly Giesebrecht. Soon after Al Qaeda terrorists killed 3,000 people in the U.S., Giesebrecht converted to Islam, adopted a new name Khadija Abdul Qahaar and spent the next two years studying the Koran in Egypt. She created a pro-Jihadi Web site, Jihad Unspun, and she developed a network of contacts, contributors and translators, some of whom introduced her to the Taliban in Pakistan. She wrote of her motivations online: "I became obsessed with finding out what was really going on. In the early days of my research, I remember sitting at five in the morning, exhausted, after going from link to link to link to link, starring at the face of Osama bin Laden. This man does not have the face of a cold blooded killer. This is not a Charles Manson. There has to be something more. "I made the decision to launch a website with the hope of informing the public about some of the things I had come to know and to give voice to the other side of war on 'terrorism FOXNews.com - Mystery Shrouds Kidnap of Pro-Jihadist Canadian Activist by Pakistani Extremists - International News | News of the World | Middle East News | Europe News Poetic Justice?