Al Qaeda's veil begins to lift

Ford, Peter; Miller, Sara B.; Walsh, Courtney
December 2001
Christian Science Monitor;12/20/2001, Vol. 94 Issue 20, p6
Focuses on how the Al Qaeda terrorist network is beginning to be understood, in light of efforts to arrest its members since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Observations on Al Qaeda's level of organization, and how it is a sophisticated, disciplined, and thorough outfit, which makes it a formidable opponent. Connections between Al Qaeda and non-Al Qaeda terrorist cells; Financial resources of terrorist groups; Recruitment; Details on the planning of the September 11, 2001 hijackings.


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