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President Obama may have delivered on his campaign promise to kill Osama bin Laden, but as an Al-Qaeda strategist bin Laden has been dead for years. Inside Al-Qaeda and the Taliban book. Read 32 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A brilliant account of the workings of state terror. Inside Al-Qaeda and the Taliban (eBook) available to download online at tailamephyli.gq Many ways to the Taliban (eBook). Syed Saleem Shahzad; Adobe DRM PDF.


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Inside Al-Qaeda and the Taliban: Beyond Bin Laden and 9/ The PDF file you selected should load here if your Web browser has a PDF reader plug-in. Professor Rohan Gunaratna, the author of Inside Al Qaeda: Global Network of Terror, . Taliban in Afghanistan and other conflict zones throughout the s. INSIDE AL-QAEDA AND THE TALIBAN BEYOND BIN LADEN AND 9/11 Inside Al -Qaeda and the Taliban Beyond Bin Laden and 9/1 1 Syed Saleem Shahzad.

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Wright, Lawrence June 2, The New Yorker. Reviews Akacem, Mohammed August International Journal of Middle East Studies. Bale, Jeffrey M. October Middle East Journal. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. Incite local resistance to occupying forces. Expand the conflict to neighboring countries, and engage the US and its allies in a long war of attrition.

Convert al-Qaeda into an ideology and set of operating principles that can be loosely franchised in other countries without requiring direct command and control, and via these franchises incite attacks against the US and countries allied with the US until they withdraw from the conflict, as happened with the Madrid train bombings , but which did not have the same effect with the July 7, London bombings.

The US economy will finally collapse by the year , under the strain of multiple engagements in numerous places. This will lead to a collapse in the worldwide economic system, and lead to global political instability.

This will lead to a global jihad led by al-Qaeda, and a Wahhabi Caliphate will then be installed across the world.

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Atwan noted that, while the plan is unrealistic, "it is sobering to consider that this virtually describes the downfall of the Soviet Union. These phases include: [] "The Awakening. The goal of the phase is to provoke the United States to attack a Muslim country by executing an attack on US soil that kills many civilians. The goal of this phase was to recruit young men to the cause and to transform the al-Qaeda group into a movement. Iraq was supposed to become the center of all operations with financial and military support for bases in other states.

In this phase, al-Qaeda wanted to execute additional attacks and focus their attention on Syria. Hussein believed that other countries in the Arabian Peninsula were also in danger.

Al-Qaeda expected a steady growth among their ranks and territories due to the declining power of the regimes in the Arabian Peninsula. The main focus of attack in this phase was supposed to be on oil suppliers and cyberterrorism , targeting the US economy and military infrastructure.

The declaration of an Islamic Caliphate, which was projected between and In this phase, al-Qaeda expected the resistance from Israel to be heavily reduced. The declaration of an "Islamic Army" and a "fight between believers and non-believers", also called "total confrontation". I have personal experience of the Jamaatis from my students days in Engineering University Lahore.

IJT provided them a complete platform made of Islamic ideology, purpose in life and most of all a set of defined very unsavoury values, which they then used to great effect in order to bully every one else into submission.

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It's seems only logical that this early taste of power seems to influenced many into politics and media. Wonder why no one else has picked on this very significant development though? Maybe because most for the Pakistanis are in a habit of spending their valuable time listening to these very same media moghuls instead of reading investigative journalists like Saleem Shahzad mainly?

Inside Al Qaeda and the Taliban: Beyond Bin Laden and 9/11 by Syed Saleem Shahzad

And the fact that Saleem Shahzad himself hailed from Europe is a significant fact in the production of this great book. His mostly a-cultural Pakistani and lateral nurturing helped him gather these blatant fault lines across the Pakistani political and media scene.

Why for instance has Indian bashing suddenly reduced in Pakistani media and the focus turned more inwards towards personal values lately?

Could this be a sign in the shift of Islamist ideology of Pakistan towards a more neo-fundamentalist Al-Qaida one for instance? This is pure conjecture at my part but time will tell I guess.

Inside Al- Qaeda and the Taliban - Saleem Shehzad

What is the picture of Pakistani Taliban that emerges from Saleem's book? Al-Qaida builds ideological forts, using opinion as it's ramparts to radicalise a frustrated and disgruntled youth into right action from their deep slumber of vice. They have chosen to specifically revamp the redundant and toothless Islamic movements in Pakistan with their neo-fundamentalist theology with considerable success. Pakistani operations are small scaled localised engagements designed to operationally maintain it's very transient and volunteer based young army.Iraq was supposed to become the center of all operations with financial and military support for bases in other states.

Friend Reviews. He left behind a wife and three children. This book further tells us that once it had firmly established itself in those areas, it launched a new wave of attacks against the NATO forces in Afghanistan and in Pakistan to keep the Pakistani armed forces occupied in other regions of the country to prevent them fully coordinating with the NATO forces to root out this cancer.

Author efforts are evident but i just feel many things are repeated again and Again but definately worth reading!

No trivia or quizzes yet. The main focus of attack in this phase was supposed to be on oil suppliers and cyberterrorism , targeting the US economy and military infrastructure.