Al-Qaida's Jihad in Europe: The Afghan-Bosnian Network

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Bloomsbury Academic, Dec 3, 2004 - Political Science - 239 pages
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Why did so many of the 9/11 hijackers spend time in Germany? How did terrorist sleeper cells plant themselves in cities like London, Paris, Rome, and Hamburg? What exactly is Al-Qaida's connection to Europe?

Terrorism analyst Evan F. Kohlmann unveils a new angle to the deadly international terrorist organization and reveals the root of its terror lies in the Bosnian War. He includes recently declassified American and European intelligence reports, secret Al-Qaida records and internal documents, and interviews with notorious figures such as London-based Bin Laden sympathizer Abu Hamza Al-Masri. This is the first book to uncover the secret history of how Europe was systematically infiltrated by the ranks of the most dangerous terrorist organization on earth, as told by the terrorists themselves and the daring investigators who have tirelessly tracked them over the past decade.

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If the author wants to know what happened in Zenica on pg.197 he should email me at calvinfahey@gmail.com or calvinfahey@yahoo.com or leave a message at 831 440 8480. The US GOVT. is not interested.

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Evan F. Kohlmann is an International Terrorism Consultant based in Washington, DC. He has served as an expert witness on Al-Qaida and Usama Bin Laden in post-9/11 federal terrorism trials held in the U.S. His articles have appeared in the New York Post, FoxNews.com, and the National Review, and he is frequently interviewed as a terrorist expert in the major media, including NBC, CNN, and Fox news programs.|

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