Cold Terror: How Canada Nurtures and Exports Terrorism Around the World

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Wiley, Jul 23, 2009 - Political Science - 304 pages
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"We believe Al Qaeda continues to have a terrorist infrastructure in Canada, one with documented links to the U.S. While many border security measures have been implemented since 9/11, the vast expanse of the 4,000-mile-long U.S. northern border, with eighty-six points of entry and various unofficial crossings, may still provide opportunities for operatives to penetrate U.S. national security, particularly if Western passports are used."
--The FBI, in a classified bulletin 

"Cold Terror will shock the conscience of a nation. In terrifying detail, it shows how the world’s terrorists have made themselves at home in Canada—and how they have been made welcome by cowardly politicians."
--David Frum, Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and author of, with Richard Perle, An End to Evil: What’s Next in the War on Terror

"Stewart Bell’s clarion call for action needs to be heeded before the ticking Canadian terrorist time bomb blows up closer to home. If Canadian terrorists aren’t stopped before they use weapons of mass destruction in the United States, we’ll have far bigger problems than keeping the border open for trade."
--Patrick Grady, The Globe and Mail

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About the author (2009)

Stewart Bell is a Senior Reporter at the National Post (Toronto) and has been writing about terrorism and extremism since the late 1980s. He has traveled throughout the Middle East, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Southeast Asia to follow his leads. He is the recipient of several journalism awards, including the Amnesty International Human Rights Media Award, the Radio Television News Directors Association Award, and the Media Human Rights Award bestowed by B'Nai B'Rith Canada. He is also the author of The Martyr's Oath: The Apprenticeship of a Homegrown Terrorist.

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