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    They effected and violently forced the Islamic law. They also ruined many prehistoric books and documents and destroyed tombs, saying that worshipping the devil, violates the views of Islam. Meanwhile in September 2012, rebels equipped with aircraft weapons and rocket forced grenades fired at the Americans in Benghazi, Libya, killing U.S. ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three other group administrators (Canada, G ). U.S. administrator of state Hillary Clinton said the U.S. assumed that Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, another group associated with Al-Qaeda, arranged the terrorist attack. But in January 2013, rebels went into the southern part of Mali, in the region controlled by the government (Canada, G) . France directed about 2,150 troops to Mali to get the rebels out (Canada, G). However, by the end of January, French troops pushed the rebels out of Gao and Timbuktu, obliging them back to northern Mali. Armed forces from other African countries were also organized to Mali to support in the effort. Also in January, Islamic rebels went to Algeria from Mali and took loads of foreign hostages at the BP-controlled In Amenas gas field. Algerian executives said the rebels were participants of an outgrowth of A-Qaeda called Al Mulathameen and were acting in revenge for…

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    radicalized. His belief that Muslims are “…bound to fight to the death” (Armstrong, 2002) set the foundation for the idea of Martyrdom operations as a noble tactic. Additionally, his belief that Muslims should “…separate themselves from mainstream society…and engage in a violent jihad” (Armstrong, 2002) because his beliefs were so extreme, the Egyptian government executed Qutb in 1966 making him an instant Martyr. (Armstrong, 2002) His ideology and words form the core intonation of…

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    Al-Qa Ia Structure

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    claim responsibility after committing suicide attacks, “lone wolf” attacks and bombings. They claim that it is a holy Islamic…

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    Knights represents a jihadists policy document that discusses the importance of narrative to inspire the Umma by refraining from the extreme purist views of Qutb. He does not seek to refute these views, but he is careful to note that generating support from the Muslim masses is a critical component to the success of jihad. His book also serves as a signal that Al Qaeda was taking the role of the vanguard element within Islam that Qutb spoke of in his book Milestones. However, the various calls…

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    As mentioned and referred Kashmir, Al-Qaida is expanding the operations from this platform and there hidden units in the state. Al Qaeda – the Arabic meaning of the term is THE BASE. The organisation started growing with the dense network of Arab volunteers who migrated to Afghanistan in the eighties to protest under the flag of Islam against the soviets. This organisation stands on a solid platform of unbreakable religious beliefs and extreme rigidness. These volunteers confuse terrorism with a…

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    directly stimulates acts of oppression and racism Sayyid witnessed. The pressures enforced on these two required them to adopt ways of coping or at least begin to change the current conditions of this reality. Malcom on one hand fell in to the depths of this racial system. He became addicted to drugs, gambled, hustled and committed crimes. All these circumstances he blamed on the “white devils” of his nation. He fights an internal battle that perceives this attack and his situation as personal.…

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    Dr. Abdullah Yusuf Azzam

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    Yusuf Azzam was of colossal importance to the development of Islamic militant radicalism and his ideas were a significant foundational support of the establishment and structure of al-Qaeda. Azzam was born in 1941 in Jenin, Palestine, where previously to Azzam’s birth, the British under the Balfour Declaration of 1917 was under the obligation of providing and maintaining in Palestine, a nation for the home of the Jewish people. This declaration was made between the Foreign Secretary Arthur James…

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    Al Qaeda (The Base)

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    Al-Qaeda (The Base) Al Qaeda, which means “The Base” in Arabic, is the most known and the most dangerous terrorist group in the world. It was founded in 1988 by the most wanted person in America, Osama Bin Laden. Other leaders included Abdullah Yusuf Azzam and Ayman Al-Zawahiri. Their motives were to keep American influences out of Muslim countries, fight Israel, and dictate the Middle East. The History of Al Qaeda According to BBC News, “Many volunteers from Arab countries had gone to…

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    Lone Wolf

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    the homegrown terrorists that were captured and monitored via surveillance, there would be a wider understanding of the programs. There was a case in 2007 of Colleen LaRose, also known as JihadJane. She was sympathizing and contemplating thoughts on the “violent jihad”. She then took to the extremist route and was caught composing emails nationally and internationally about a conspiracy to murder a Swedish cartoon artist who depicted Muhammad as part dog. She was one of the many American women…

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    threats to Washington D.C and New York City, we must address the issue of Global Jihadism. In order to ensure the safety of all Americans, we must first educate and come to an understanding of how the War on Terror has come about.” This will serve as an introduction to the debate on the War on Terror. In order for Bernie to educate the masses on the War on Terror, I must first prep him so he is at a full understanding as well. I will inform him on the brief historical chronology leading up to…

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