Book by Schindler John R
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During the 1980 's the U.S. government supported Al-Qa 'ida in it: s fight against the Russian forces in Afghanistan. During the next decade, Al-Qa ida moved to Bosnia, and actively took part in that conflict, using the area as a recruiting and training ground, moving from an isolated fighting force to a global menace. This book reveals previously unknown history and details, exploring hidden truths: the role of radical Islam in the Bosnian war; how the US government supported and encouraged radical groups, what role Al-Qa ida played in this terrible conflict, and how Bin Laden took advantage of this, and how the US Government and it s agencies gave substantial support and encouragement to what is now the world s most powerful and deadly terrorist organisation during this turbulent time. Written by a former intelligence analyst at the National Security Agency, this is an insightful and controversial book about the policies and events that shaped the world we live in today and is bound to appeal to anyone interested in politics, warfare and the current Iraq conflict.Críticas:
Unholy Terror: Bosnia, Al-Qa'ida and the rise of global jihad by John R Schindler. the author anayses how an isoltaed fighting force transformed itself into a lethat global threat and concludes that the conflict in Bosnia gave Bin Laden the battelfield he needed for his mujahdin to learn to wage a holy war. --Soldier Magazine
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