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Al-Qaida"s Jihad in Europe

The Afghan-Bosnian Network
  • 288 Pages
  • 4.20 MB
  • English
Berg Publishers
Islamic studies, Terrorism, freedom fighters, armed struggle, Politics / Current Events, Political Science, Politics/International Relations, Europe, Political Freedom & Security - Terrorism, Political Science / International Security, International Relations - Ge
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL8623578M
ISBN 101859738028
ISBN 139781859738023

This is the first book to uncover the secret history of how Europe was systematically infiltrated by the ranks of the most dangerous terrorist organization on earth.

Terrorist analyst Evan F. Kohlmann argues that the key to understanding Al-Qaida's European cells lies in the Bosnian war of the by:   Al-Qaida's Jihad in Europe unveils a new angle to the deadly international terrorist organization and includes recently declassified American and European intelligence reports, secret Al-Qaida records and internal documents, and interviews with notorious figures such as London-based Bin Laden sympathizer Abu Hamza Al-Masri.

This book offers a detailed approach to the genesis of Al-Qaida (above all in Europe) and enumerates a number of components that enabled it to spread globally. Starting with the holy war in Afghanistan and its infrastructure and fighters, the focus gradually moves to Bosnia (its Civil War) and, later on, to a 3/5.

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Kohlmann, pp ) --Hereward7726 January (UTC) Kohlman is a propagandist and speculator. Those are not facts, but merely speculations. Magazine; Online; Blog; Podcasts; Events; Store; Login; About Us; Donate; Contact; Advertise; Newsletter; Al-Qaida’s Jihad in Europe: The Afghan-Bosnian Network Marko Attila Hoare ▪ Democratiya ▪ Summer The so-called ‘anti-war movement’ against the intervention of the US and its allies in Iraq has involved the forging of some peculiar new alliances, none of which is.

Al-Qaeda killed more than Europeans on 9/11 and has struck within Europe on multiple occasions since. Most recently, terrorists trained. Image:UCK is being used on this article.

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In addition to the boilerplate fair use template, you must also write out on the image description page a specific explanation or rationale for why using this. Charles Lister is a senior fellow at the Middle East Institute and a senior consultant to The Shaikh Group’s Syria Track II Dialogue Initiative.

His book, The Syrian Jihad: Al-Qaeda, the Islamic State and the Evolution of an Insurgency, was published in Februaryand his page Brookings Institute report, “Profiling Jabhat al-Nusra. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Al-Qaida's Jihad in Europe: The Afghan-Bosnian Network by Evan F.

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Kohlmann (Hardback, ) at the best online prices at eBay. In his book "Al-Zarqawi: Al-Qaida's Second Generation," Fouad Hussein details al-Qaida's year plan, which has seven phases, with representing the beginning of the fifth.

Here is how al-Qaida, which leaked the plan to Hussein, envisioned each of them playing out Read the full article on the World Politics Review website. The emir of al-Qaida, Ayman al-Zawahri, has not made any public statements since September His now month long absence is unprecedented.

Next month will be a key test for Zawahri: the anniversary of 9/11—a milestone he has spoken out on for years. Al-Zawahri was chosen by Osama bin Laden to be his successor.

A veteran of 35 years of terrorist plotting, the Egyptian has legitimacy and. Lone Wolf jihad is a tactic inspired by one of al-Qaida’s main masterminds of Islamic terrorism. The only reason why most of my colleagues are revolted by the term, is due to how the media has traditionally used it to downplay the role of jihad and international jihadi groups.

There are a lot of books on the worst conflict in post-WW2 Europe. Atrocities on both sides: Vukovar, Srebrenica, the concentration camps and the systematic I have to admit this book /5. By analyzing what al-Qa'ida preaches to Muslims regarding Islam's relationship to the non-Muslim world at large, and what it states to the West are its reasons for battling it, this essay seeks to highlight the many disparities behind al-Qa'ida's words.

The trajectory of the Syrian civil war has given rise to a flurry of books, which in relation to the Sunni jihadist component mostly focus on the Islamic State (IS).

Charles Lister's new book The Syrian Jihad: Al-Qaeda, the Islamic State and the. [1] In this case, “West” refers specifically to Europe, North America, and Australia.

[2] This article is based on studies presented in the author’s forthcoming book, The Al Qaeda Factor: Plots Against the West.

The source material, which is presented in the book, includes legal documents, trial transcripts and media reporting. [3] Ibid. [6] I have developed this argument more fully in my book Globalisation and the Future of Terrorism: Patterns and Predictions (London and New York: Routledge, /), pp [7] See my book Architect of Global Jihad, pp, [8] Daniel Benjamin at the Brookings Institute has observed that "[t]heir numbers are indeed astonishing.

Al-Qaeda is a jihadist network that seeks to establish a caliphate (global Muslim state) under sharia (Islamic law). Inbin Laden issued a declaration of jihad against the United States and its allies, the contents of which continue to serve as the three cornerstones of al-Qaeda’s doctrine: to unite the world’s Muslim population under.

JUNE Bin Laden's al-Qaeda group and Zawahiri's al-Jihad group formally merge 11 SEPTEMBER 2, people are killed as hijacked planes are flown into buildings in AmericaAuthor: Andrew Wander.

The Middle East Media Research Institute has made public a translation of a recent al-Qaida broadcast in which a militant Pakistani cleric uses scripture and hadiths to cement the point that Muslims have no business associating with infidels, and that they should wage jihad against anything that isn’t Islamic to its very core until the world is populated only by : Ben Bullard.

Al-Qaeda, broad-based militant Islamist organization founded by Osama bin Laden in the late s. It began as a logistical network to support Muslims fighting against the Soviet Union during the Afghan War and transformed into the active terrorist organization known for carrying out the September 11.

Al-Qaida's idea, three years on The Arab awakening promised democratic change and the end of violent jihadism. Today, the losers of are again on the rise. PDF | On Jun 1,Brynjar Lia and others published Architect of Global Jihad: The Life of Al Qaeda Strategist Abu Musʻab Al-Suri | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Brynjar Lia.

Jihadi Strategic Studies: The Alleged Al Qaida Policy Study Preceding the Madrid Bombings Article (PDF Available) in Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 27(5) September with Reads. With the recent arrest of Sulaiman Abu Ghaith (Abu Yusuf Sulayman Jasim Bu Ghayth), al-Qa’ida’s former spokesman and Bin Ladin’s son-in-law, there has been much speculation in the press about a group of senior al-Qa’ida figures who have spent much of the last decade in Iran.

In this post I will revisit the writings of these men, all of whom appeared online in unusual circumstances at Author: Vahid Brown.

Yet, the book is interesting reading for anyone seeking to escape the captivity of disinformation. Dr Ayman Mustafa is an Arab writer based in London. The Rise and Fall of Al-QaedaBy Fawaz A. Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, based in Yemen, is considered the most dangerous branch of the terror network after a series of failed attacks on U.S.

soil. These have included more than a dozen plots in Canada and America, England and Europe and even as far afield as Singapore. Inspire is the first written publication directly from Al-Qaida advocating Islamist terrorism for English-speaking consumers, with a glossy and easily readable text.After an unprecedented 11 months of silence, Ayman al-Zawahri, the emir of al-Qaida, this week issued a video message proclaiming his loyalty to the new head of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Akhtar Mansoor.

The almost minute long message dramatically reaffirms the alliance between al-Qaida and the Taliban, a setback for efforts to bring the Taliban into a political process.