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WHAT'S NEXT FROM AL QAEDA?
From Foreign Affairs, July/August 2003
Summary: Despite the setbacks al Qaeda has suffered over the last two years, it is far from finished, as its recent bomb attacks testify. How has the group managed to survive an unprecedented American onslaught? By shifting shape and forging new, sometimes improbable, alliances. These tactics have made al Qaeda more dangerous than ever, and Western governments must show similar flexibility in fighting the group. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/952345/posts?page=16#16
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posted on 07/25/2003 9:31:05 AM PDT
(IranAzad... Until they are free, we shall all be Iranians!)
With so many different terrorist groups in Iran having offices on the main Ave in Tehran, so their existence condoned, why are al Qaeda singled out? Why reveal the existence of an al Qaeda terrorist (or 2) in the country, but not those belonging to other groups? Do they not have as much money or backing as the other groups?
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