《New Book Condition + Hardcover Edition + The Transition Of Al Qaeda's Strategy And The Threats Will Have To Face In Future》Catherine Herridge - THE NEXT WAVE : On the Hunt for Al Qaeda's American Recruits
This New York Times bestseller in hardcover edition is a bran-new book and nicely wrapped with protective book-wrapper. The original new book is sold at usual price RM96.76. Now here Only at RM19. TERROR WALKS AMONG US. Born here, raised here, plotting here, the terrorists of al Qaeda 2.0 aim to kill Americans. And our government helps. ☞ Who are the recruits for the next wave? ☞ They live next door. ➽ A radicalized army major guns down forty-five, killing twelve soldiers and one civilian; ➽ an airport shuttle-bus driver plots a subway slaughter; ➽ a legal immigrant tries to blow up Times Square while another fanatic hopes to kill hundreds at a Christmas tree–lighting ceremony . . . ➽ and a radical Muslim born in New Mexico has a legion of fanatics in his web. The Next Wave reveals the shocking story of how that blood-crazed American, Anwar al-Awlaki—now hiding in Yemen—was treated to Pentagon pomp as a “moderate Muslim,” and how our Justice Department hid his movements from the 9/11 Commission . . . even though al-Awlaki aided the 9/11 hijackers. This is a vital and timely book that tells of the current state of the Qaeda terrorist threat to America. Catherine Herridge does a tremendous job of investigative reporting on America's current Public Enemy #1 Anwar al-Awlaki, the evolution of al-Qaeda since 9/11, and the government's on-the-ground response to it. The book is short and is easy to read in one sense, although the level of detail and the many Arabic-named characters means the reader has to pay close attention. Herridge's central theme is that al-Qaeda attacks will continue. They will likely increase in number and for the most part will be relatively small scale like the Ft. Hood shootings, the Arkansas recruiting center shootings, and the Times Square car bomber, as opposed to large scale coordinated attacks like those on 9/11. Primarily they will be carried out by radicalized American citizens or long-term American residents. Because al-Qaeda's use of the Internet, recruits no longer need to go to Yemen, Somalia, or another Middle Eastern locale to get their training and indoctrination. Many of the home-grown terrorists will be self-selected, like Major Hasan, who find the radical Islamic message at first appealing and then compelling. Many planned attacks will be averted or thwarted, either through our good luck, through ineptitude of the amateur terrorists, or through the efforts of law enforcement and of alert citizens. (A good example of the latter is the July 27, 2011, arrest of Pfc. Nasar Abdo in Killeen TX who appears to have been planning an attack in the Ft. Hood area.) Some attacks will succeed. Also, some al-Qaeda franchises will still attempt a large scale, coordinated attack. Most of the terrorists are relentless and committed. They have a different mind-set than we do. In some ways they are like the Charles Manson family gone global. You can't win them over by playing nice. They can't be flipped or rehabilitated. The terrorists next door turn our tech against us, exploiting Facebook, Skype, and our outdated laws. Online terror recruiters are one of the Web’s greatest success stories—yet our government refuses to stop them. Activists howl about “inhuman” conditions at Guantánamo—while pampered inmates laugh at our weaknesses. The next wave of deadly terror is here and now. Washington shuts its eyes. And the next massacre in the name of Islam will be “Made in the U.S.A.” About the Author From Guantánamo to Afghanistan, Fox News national correspondent Catherine Herridge has looked the world’s worst terrorists in the face. A “reporter’s reporter,” she and her investigative team spent years scouring the United States and the world to uncover the shocking secrets of the next wave.
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