The first thing you learn about Omar Nasiri is that even his name is an alias. Read “Inside the Jihad My Life with Al Qaeda” by Omar Nasiri with Rakuten Kobo . Between and , Omar Nasiri worked as a secret agent for Europe’s. Between and , Omar Nasiri worked as a secret agent for Europe’s top foreign intelligence services-including France’s DGSE (Direction Read More.
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It reads like a spy naeiri, full of deception and intrigue. And the trainers are as described not a bunch of frenzied lunatics, rather courageous, well-trained, and also well versed in interpersonal skills.
At the beginning of the book, he says that he understands how these people think, but he never develops this theme fully. I enjoyed this insider’s perspective on Islamic extremism.
Perhaps we can overcome extreme violence and hatred if we understand its sources better. Intelligence agencies of France. Byhowever, he had been recruited by radical Islamic fundamentalistsand subsequently became an informant for European counter-terrorism agencies, such as the DGSE.
It sounds like we have been misled and fed lies from our politicians and media in regards to the Muslim world and their real motivations.
No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! The sooner this is acknowledged by all parties, the sooner we can adress the real nasiru of Islamic sourced terrorism and find a way to end the radicalisation of young Muslim men that seems to be sweeping into more and more of their religion.
Now, for the first time, Nasiri shares the story of his life-a life balanced precariously between the world of Islamic jihadists and the spies who pursue them. As someone who didn’t know a lot about Arab culture and the slight religious and moral views that make all the difference between the seemingly similar groups that make them up, this taught me a lot.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Jihad is the buzz word in the religious and political scenes. First, there was the incredibly jjhad Phenomenal book.
I think they should leave us alone. A good read, but I seriously doubt the veracity. Not because we want to, but because their prophets say they must kill or convert infidels like us.
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Why do we need to hear about this???? However, I was disappointed in Omar’s conclusion: Talk about Newsnight Book club. For anyone who wants to know the inside story on how an actual terrorist cell or organization operates, this is the real deal book for you.
This will be like “Three Cups of Tea” for me, in the sense that I am going to learn more about the middle east from these two books than I have ever learned from our media. Confessions of a Mullah Warrior. Ref JPseudonym 11 I don’t know … Your display name should be at least 2 characters long.
The government changing its foreign policy would be a good start, Iraq has done more harm to the UK’s image with Muslims than decades of Abu Hamza ever could.
The other, Ah El Madja, also was convicted and sentenced to serve three years” [6a] [6b] Informative Global Patterns of Terrorism cover Belgium a useful reminder to those who memories only go back as as to when they think ’causes’ for ‘terrorism; esp Islamic variety, started in the world [6b] vikingar SOURCES: Aug 28, James Stephens rated it it was amazing.
Perhaps it was a Zionist plot. They are funded, committed, and convinced of their mission, yet disenfranchised from their own countries in pursuit of their jihad. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
A great character study too of this troubled soul. Teh who has read ‘Al-Qaeda: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I also thought it was a telling glimpse into a much more sophisticated network focused on learning all they can in order to be successful at bringing down their enemy.
He would later infiltrate the Khalden training camp in Afghanistan, where he would meet such influential al-Qaeda leaders as Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi. Many of the people ijhad visited them never came back.
Under the Black Flag. Terror in Algeria, the In Amenas hostage crisis.
I wonder how many other nasigi share his background and his sensibilities, and whether we will ever be able to find a middle ground. As for most of the world, it will about reaction to events.