The rise and rise of al-Qaeda

The rise and rise of al-Qaeda | US & Canada | Al Jazeera

In the early days, al-Qaeda’s global operations sprung from a centralised leadership. Osama bin Laden or his immediate lieutenants planned and directed attacks. But everything changed after 9/11.

The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda: Fawaz A. Gerges

In The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda, Gerges, a public intellectual known widely for his expertise on radical ideologies, including jihadism, argues that the Western powers have become mired in a «terrorism narrative,» stemming from the mistaken belief that America is in danger of a devastating attack by a crippled al-Qaeda. To explain why al-Qaeda

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The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda: Debunking the Terrorism

Jan 03, 2012 · The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda: Debunking the Terrorism Narrative. By Fawaz Gerges. 250. The popular uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Syria, …

The Rise and Decline of al-Qaeda – Claremont Institute

The Rise of al-Qaeda Peter Bergen’s The Osama bin Laden I Know is a remarkable read. The author, familiar to many as CNN’s terrorism analyst, is also a freelancer who has covered al-Qaeda for years, a senior fellow at the New America Foundation, and an adjunct professor at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University.

The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda | Middle East Policy Council

Unfortunately, The Rise and Fall of Al Qaeda suffers from a great deal of repetition. Gerges repeats dozens of times his contention that the terrorist threat is overblown and al-Qaeda is dead. Gerges repeats dozens of times his contention that the terrorist threat is overblown and al-Qaeda is dead.

The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda – Fawaz Gerges

The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda Oxford University Press (September, 2011) In this concise and fascinating book, Fawaz A. Gerges argues that Al-Qaeda has degenerated into a fractured, marginal body kept alive largely by the self-serving anti-terrorist bureaucracy it helped to spawn.

The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda by Fawaz A. Gerges

Aug 06, 2011 · In this concise and fascinating book, Fawaz A. Gerges argues that Al-Qaeda has degenerated into a fractured, marginal body kept alive largely by the self-serving anti-terrorist bureaucracy it helped to spawn. In The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda, Gerges, a …

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AMERICAN TRAITOR: The rise and fall of Al-Qaeda’s U.S

Review: American Traitor: The Rise and Fall of Al Qaeda’s U.S. Born Leader Adam Gadahn, by Steven Stalinsky Steven Stalinsky has provided a powerful lens on the complexity of Adam Gadahn, one of the earliest American self-proclaimed jihadist who became radicalized in California before 9/11, and rose to become a propagandist for Al Qaeda.

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The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda – Fawaz A. Gerges – Oxford

The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda Fawaz A. Gerges. Fawaz Gerges is a public intellectual known widely in the academy and media for his expertise on radical ideologies, including jihadism

The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda – Fawaz A. Gerges – Google Books

In this concise and fascinating book, Fawaz A. Gerges argues that Al-Qaeda has degenerated into a fractured, marginal body kept alive largely by the self-serving anti-terrorist bureaucracy it helped to spawn.In The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda, Fawaz Gerges, a public intellectual known widely in the academe and media for his expertise on radical

Al Qaeda – Background – Al Qaeda | Inside The Terror

Members of al Qaeda pledged an oath of allegiance (called a «bayat») to Usama Bin Laden and al Qaeda. Those who were suspected of collaborating against al Qaeda were to be identified and killed. 2.

Book Review: The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda | British

In The Rise and Fall of Al Qaeda, Professor Fawaz Gerges returns to familiar terrain. His books, Journey of the Jihadist: Inside Muslim Militancy and especially The Far Enemy: Why Jihad Went Global , are staples of graduate courses on terrorism, Islamism, and Middle East politics in …

The Rise and Fall of Al Qaeda: Lessons in Post-September

Executive Summary. Al Qaeda rose and fell between 1989 and 2011. Ten years after it conducted its most lethal operation in New York and Washington on 11 September 2001, it had mutated into a movement that no longer resembled what it started as.

The Rise and Fall of al-Qaeda by Fawaz A. Gerges, 2011

The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda will launch that debate. Excerpt It committed one of the most chilling and brutal attacks in the memory of a generation, transforming the landscape of international affairs, and inexorably changing the course of its greatest superpower—launching not one but two wars, which have lasted longer than the two great