Beyond Al-Qaeda: Part 2: The Outer Rings of the Terrorist Universe

Examines violent terrorist groups that, while not formally allied with al Qaeda, could pose a threat to Americans and to the security of our friends and allies This title shows how terrorists use criminal organizations and connections to finance their activities, and they identify distinct strategies to neutralize or mitigate these threats.
Beyond Al Qaeda Part The Outer Rings of the Terrorist Universe Examines violent terrorist groups that while not formally allied with al Qaeda could pose a threat to Americans and to the security of our friends and allies This title shows how terrorists use crim

  • Title: Beyond Al-Qaeda: Part 2: The Outer Rings of the Terrorist Universe
  • Author: Angel M. Rabasa
  • ISBN: 9780833039323
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • Al Qaeda Organization Al Qaeda s philosophy calls for the centralization of decision making, while allowing for the decentralization of execution However, after the War on Terror, al Qaeda s leadership has become isolated.As a result, the leadership has become decentralized, and the organization has become regionalized into several al Qaeda groups. Bill Moyers Journal Brief History of al Qaeda PBS AL QAEDA AND IRAQ Who exactly is the enemy in Iraq and how does Al Qaeda fit in Bill Moyers talks with West Point Instructor, Brian Fishman, and Middle Eastern and International Affairs Professor Comparing Al Qaeda and ISIS Different goals, different Apr , Yet even in its early days the group bickered with the Al Qaeda leadership Zawahiri and Bin Laden pushed for a focus on U.S targets while Zarqawi Saddam Hussein and al Qaeda link allegations Saddam Hussein and al Qaeda link allegations were made by the U.S government officials who claimed that a highly secretive relationship existed between Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and the radical Islamist militant organization Al Qaeda between and , specifically through a series of meetings reportedly involving the Iraqi Intelligence Service IIS. Al Qaeda s Ideology by Rohan Gunaratna Hudson Institute Al Qaeda s Ideology Rohan Gunaratna Unlike other terrrosit groups al Qaeda presents an unprecedented threat to America, its allies, and to global security in general. Years After , US Backs Al Qaeda in Syria The Al Qaeda terror network, with its ideological links to Saudi sponsored Wahhabism, was declared enemy number one by then President George W Bush, who Report claims UAE arms Al Qaeda and Daesh in Yemen Jan , A Yemeni warlord who has also been a fundraiser for Al Qaeda and at one point is believed to have belonged to Daesh is being armed by the United Arab Emirates UAE the Washington Post has discovered. He Turned on Al Qaeda and Aided the U.S Now He s on Food Mar , Bryant Neal Vinas, a Muslim from New York convicted of participating in and supporting Qaeda plots in Afghanistan and the United States, was deemed one The Makings of a Homegrown Terrorist The New Yorker Raffi Khatchadourian on Adam Gadahn, a senior Al Qaeda operative and the first American to be charged with treason in over fifty years. Shutdown Pay DHS, TSA for national security or risk Jan , For a president, and members of Congress, who have declared preventing another attack from al Qaeda or ISIS to be among their top national security priorities, there is

    1 thought on “Beyond Al-Qaeda: Part 2: The Outer Rings of the Terrorist Universe”

    1. Not bad, but a bit dated, I think. Terrorist groups come, go, and morph so quickly that books like this become out-dated pretty quickly.

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