By Jerry Seper
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Four Internet Web sites operated by two extremist Jewish groups have been included by the State Department on its list of "foreign terrorist organizations" — the first time the list has been extended to include Internet sites.
The listing, which went unnoticed when announced Oct. 3 in the department's annual redesignation of the world's terrorist organizations, includes the four sites operated by the Kach and its offshoot, the Kahane Chai, both of which have been designated by the department as terrorist organizations.
The Kach, founded by radical Israeli-American Rabbi Meir Kahane, and the Kahane Chai, which means "Kahane Lives," founded by Kahane's son, Binyamin, following his father's assassination in the United States, were first declared terrorist organizations by the Israeli Cabinet in 1994, a month after a Kach supporter killed 29 Muslim worshippers at a West Bank mosque.