By Guido W. Steinberg
Steinberg follows the formation of German-born militant networks in German towns and their radicalization and recruitment. He describes how those teams meet up with al-Qaeda-affiliated corporations in Afghanistan and Pakistan, similar to the Islamic Jihad Union, the Islamic circulation of Uzbekistan, and the Taliban, and he plots the trail that at once contains them in terrorist actions. Situating those advancements inside of a much wider worldwide context, Steinberg translates the increasing German scene as a part of a better internationalization of jihadist ideology and approach, swelling the movement’s club due to the fact Sep 11. expanding numbers of Pakistanis, Afghans, Turks, Kurds, and ecu converts have come to assistance from Arab al-Qaeda, an incremental integration that has worrisome implications for the nationwide defense of Germany, the USA, and their allies.
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