So it’s not everyday you see terrorist groups get terrorized by a bunch of computer nerds, but that’s exactly what happened when computer hackers shut down al Qaeda’s ability to communicate through the internet.”Al Qaeda’s online communications have been temporarily crippled, and it does not have a single trusted distribution channel available on the internet,” Evan Kohlmann, of Flashpoint Global Partners, which monitors the group’s communications, told NBC Wednesday. Kohlmann said the attack, carried out within the last few days, was “well-coordinated and involved the use of an unusual cocktail of relatively sophisticated techniques. No one knows who the hackers are but it’s kinda like a sequel of Revenge of the Nerds takes on the most ruthless terrorist in the world. My guess is that it will take them at least several days more to repair the damage and get their network up and functioning again, Kohlmann told the network. The hackers new theme song has got to be The Clash singing “Sharif don’t like it, Rock the Casbah, Rock the Casbah. Al Qaeda must be thinking the Infidel out smarted them today, maybe they’ll stop trying to blow things up and take a computer class.