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By Walid Phares

In Future Jihad, terrorism and heart East specialist Walid Phares gave a definitive account of the ancient and cultural forces that resulted in September eleven and the increase of radical Islam. In The conflict of Ideas, he published the clash of ideologies that underlie the battle on Terror. Now, in The Confrontation, he identifies the clashes to return and gives a blueprint for defeating the forces of jihad. relocating from the ravaged villages of the Sudan to London's Muslim neighborhoods to the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, he illuminates the massive and complicated international of the worldwide jihadist flow. He deals a multi-pronged procedure, international in scope, and calls at the world's different neighborhood and overseas associations to return jointly and coordinate their efforts. Pointing the best way ahead, this e-book indicates how we would reclaim a global that's secure for freedom and democratic societies.

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Three. From the above common sense it follows race has been happening among U. S. place of origin safeguard efforts (launched within the fall of 2001) and the Jihadi terrorists, who all started their crusade way back to 1991. presently after the cave in of the Soviet Union the Jihadists grew to become their consciousness to the U.S.. the choice to focus on the us was once made at the foundation of a judgment by means of the Jihadists that they would not have freedom to function within the area, to grab strength in Arab and Muslim nations, until eventually the USA used to be taken down. The U. S. show of energy throughout the Iraq-Kuwait conflict of 1990–1991 confident veteran Afghan Islamists that hitting the yank mainland used to be the single route to getting U. S. forces out of the zone. in addition, the failure of Communists to regain strength in August 1991 in Russia additional confident the internationalist Jihadists that the US was once the final closing infidel strength to be reckoned with. the 1st assaults opposed to the dual Towers got here quickly after, in 1993. records came across later and literature that was once already to be had, in addition to movies aired when you consider that 2001, certify that the decision was once despatched out for the destruction of the protection and the financial system of the us. The Jihadists, working within the shadows, hastened their infiltration. WHAT ARE THE THREATS? The forces at paintings during this crusade are energetic at the same time in any respect degrees. I base this research on my remark of the evolution of many of the Jihadi options and my ongoing research in their modus operandi over a decade (starting within the mid-1990s); on my participation in conferences, meetings, and seminars held by means of a variety of U. S. governmental associations that care for nationwide safeguard, together with Home-land safety, FBI, the dept of safeguard, the nationwide safety Council, and comparable organizations; and on years of interplay with best specialists within the box. The threats are mentioned less than, starting with these I deem the main strategic with the longest outcomes: a. Infiltration of U. S. native land protection person and organizational Jihadist actions' most often aim is the gathering, research, intelligence, and public coverage segments of all businesses and departments facing U. S. place of birth defense. If and while the networks can position their operatives deep within this physique, the full cohesiveness of nationwide protection can be compromised. the explanations are noticeable, and are good understood via intelligence and insurgency specialists. From contained in the quite a few enterprises, the Jihadists can "see" the whole protection map of the country. they could discover who watches the terrorists, and so they can decipher how the equipment works. Jihadists can then relay strategic details to Jihadi regimes (or circles inside those governments) in clash with the U.S.. moment, they could divert the efforts of the U. S. executive by means of offering undesirable recommendation, incorrect facts, and fake research. via doing so, this counterintelligence Jihad can derail the nationwide safety evaluation of the U.S. and thereby provide extra time to the fear teams to shape and develop.

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