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New strategic thoughts from the global terrorist movement

Today Washington Post has an interesting piece on Mustafa Setmariam Nasar and his writings on a doctrine/strategy for Jihadist movements. I have had issues with the label "Al Qaeda" instantly being slapped on every tract that came out of the inta-wub, but here it is very much the case. Nasar worked for the AQ office in London and arranged for interviews with Bin Laden.

Nasar writes about the atomisation of the jihadi struggle in a 1600 page tome.

By the way: the boys of Wiki have a nice overview of alleged AQ people.


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