By Christina Hellmich
On the grounds that 11th of September, al-Qaeda has ruled American discussions of nationwide and foreign protection. but conflicting assumptions concerning the nature of the crowd and the consequences of bin Ladin's demise abound. instead of simply delivering yet one more biography of al-Qaeda, Christina Hellmich forensically examines the main authoritative assets on which the current knowing of al-Qaeda is predicated, studying the discrepancies among what's stated and what can realistically be identified. the result's a penetrating perception into a company that for all its notoriety is likely one of the least understood of our time.
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al-Qaeda: From Global Network to Local Franchise by Christina Hellmich