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In the Name of Osama Bin Laden: Global Terrorism and the Bin Laden Brotherhood ebook

by Samia Serageldin,Roland Jacquard


International terrorism expert Roland Jacquard’s In the Name of Osama bin Laden presents a dramatic portrait . This book is a poor effort. It reminds me of one of those quickie books about the Mafia from the 1960s that were indigestible piles of newspaper cuttings and police tips.

International terrorism expert Roland Jacquard’s In the Name of Osama bin Laden presents a dramatic portrait of the world's most wanted terrorist and his extensive brotherhood-the network of people who operate in his name. Such books spilled over with supposed mobster names and sinister-sounding activities, all with no perceivable organizing principle or meaningful analysis. Just so Jacquard's book.

International terrorism expert Roland Jacquard's In the Name of Osama bin Laden presents a dramatic portrait of the world's most wanted terrorist and his extensive brotherhood-the network of people who operate "in his name

International terrorism expert Roland Jacquard's In the Name of Osama bin Laden presents a dramatic portrait of the world's most wanted terrorist and his extensive brotherhood-the network of people who operate "in his name. Published originally in France the very week of September 11, as events in the United States shook the world, the book has become an international bestseller. Jacquard details how bin Laden became an international emblem of fundamentalist, pan-Islamic, anti-U. Published originally in France the very A must read for all who continue to grapple with the twin legacy of hatred and hope from September 11.

Includes bibliographical references (p. -287) and index

Includes bibliographical references (p. -287) and index. A young man from a good family - From Riyadh to Peshawar - Exile in the Sudan - Among the Taliban - The Islamic Legion - The anti-American crusade - Target: bin Laden - Osama bin Laden confronts the Arab world - The bin Laden brotherhood - Asian fever - The bin. Laden network's billions - Drugs and terrorism - Jihad's new weapons.

Jacquard tracks bin Laden's wanderings in the 1990s through Sudan, Pakistan and finally Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, and reveals the web of money laundering and drug smuggling he tapped into and used for his jihad. The Place of Criminology in the Study of Terrorism: Implications for Homeland Security By Onwudiwe, Ihekwoaba D. African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies : AJCJS, Vol. 3, No. 1, July 2007.

International terrorism expert Roland Jacquard's In the Name of Osama bin Laden presents a dramatic portrait of the . His April 2001 interview with bin Laden is included.

His April 2001 interview with bin Laden is included. This and the other supporting documents (some in English for the first time) that appear toward the end of the book provide important documentation for Jacquard's analysis and descriptions.

Osama bin Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden /oʊˈsɑːmə bɪn ˈlɑːdən/ (Arabic: أسامة بن محمد بن عوض بن لادن‎, Usāmah bin Muḥammad bin ʿAwaḍ bin Lādin; March 10, 1957 – May 2, 2011), also rendered Usama bin Ladin, was a founder of the pan-Islamic militant orga.

Osama bin Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden /oʊˈsɑːmə bɪn ˈlɑːdən/ (Arabic: أسامة بن محمد بن عوض بن لادن‎, Usāmah bin Muḥammad bin ʿAwaḍ bin Lādin; March 10, 1957 – May 2, 2011), also rendered Usama bin Ladin, was a founder of the pan-Islamic militant organization al-Qaeda. He was a Saudi Arabian citizen until 1994 (stateless thereafter) and a member of the wealthy bin Laden family.

Osama bin Laden was the founder of the terrorist organization al Qaeda. Bin Laden funded most of them including attacks in Luxor, Egypt killing 60 people and the bombing of the American embassy in Nairobi killing over two hundred

Osama bin Laden was the founder of the terrorist organization al Qaeda. He was made responsible for the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centre in 2001 and for bomb attacks in many places around the world. Bin Laden was once a citizen of Saudi Arabia but criticized the Arab country for being America’s ally. Bin Laden funded most of them including attacks in Luxor, Egypt killing 60 people and the bombing of the American embassy in Nairobi killing over two hundred. Towards the end of the millennium it was clear that al Qaeda was the major terrorist threat in the world.

International terrorism expert Roland Jacquard’s In the Name of Osama bin Laden .

Roland Jacquard, Samia Serageldin, George Holoch. A must read for all who continue to grapple with the twin legacy of hatred and hope from September 1. . International terrorism expert Roland Jacquard’s In the Name of Osama bin Laden presents a dramatic portrait of the world's most wanted terrorist and his extensive brotherhood-the network of people who operate in his name.

A dramatic portrait of the world's most wanted terrorist & his extensive brotherhood -- the network of people who operate "in his name." Published originally in France the week of 9/11, this book has become an international bestseller. Details how bin Laden (BL) became an emblem of fundamentalist, pan-Islamic, anti-U.S. fervor. Explains the global character of BL's org., elaborating on the extent of his sphere of influence in Europe & Asia. Reveals the construction of BL's networks & their collab'n. with overlapping webs of banking, drug trafficking, religious, & terrorist org. Considers their access to biol'l., chem., & nuclear weapons & warns that, with or without BL, this global terrorist force will remain a threat. This English ed. has been updated. Ill.
Tantil
This book is a poor effort. It reminds me of one of those quickie books about the Mafia from the 1960s that were indigestible piles of newspaper cuttings and police tips. Such books spilled over with supposed mobster names and sinister-sounding activities, all with no perceivable organizing principle or meaningful analysis.

Just so Jacquard's book. After you've read it, you will understand almost nothing more about bin Laden than you knew before you read it. Jacquard has the name of every insignificant Arab-sounding individual ever given a parking ticket somewhere in the Western world, often going off on a pointless tangents from his attempt at a narrative on bin Laden. Unfortunately, the dozens of undefined organizations Jacquard mentions sound a lot like the Devil's Circle in that silly 1930s cliffhanger serial, The Three Musketeers.

The one interesting thing about this book is that it confirms a theory of mine concerning so-called experts on terror. In the United States especially, there are scores of such fellows regularly appearing on television news or writing other quickie books. No one ever seems to question how they are qualified to be considered experts in terror. After all, terrorist organizations are very secretive. How much did we ever learn about the IRA, a truly professional terrorist organization if there ever was one?

Much of what is claimed to be known today about al Qaeda, for example, is the result of American torture in a chain of post-invasion gulags. Like a child's cry of "uncle!" hoping to be released from a bully's grip, the words of the tortured are of little worth.

I am still trying to find a worthwhile book about bin Laden, but in the meantime, Jacquard's book is recommended only to be avoided.
Macage
In the Name of Osama bin Laden is a close as we're likely to get to an insider's view of al-Qaeda and the interworkings of those closest to bin Laden. The author has incredible access to internal documents--including terrorist training manuals, translations of communiques from bin Laden to his brotherhood, and intelligence papers--that reveal much about the relationship between political/religious groups and the passions of the bin Laden brotherhood. Some will consider them important to coming to an intellectual understanding of the bin Laden network and the mindset of the terrorist while others might see them as evidence--in either case they definitely reward reading.
Roland Jacquard's access to players in the drama distinguishes this book. His April 2001 interview with bin Laden is included. This and the other supporting documents (some in English for the first time) that appear toward the end of the book provide important documentation for Jacquard's analysis and descriptions. They are a crucial part of understanding that the bin Laden Brotherhood is active around the globe and there are large issues that must be dealt with. Chilling, but important.
In the Name of Osama Bin Laden: Global Terrorism and the Bin Laden Brotherhood ebook
Author:
Samia Serageldin,Roland Jacquard
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Politics & Government
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Diane Pub Co; First Edition edition (April 1, 2002)
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293 pages
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