Hashim, Ahmed S.
September 2001
Naval War College Review;Autumn2001, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p11
Academic Journal
Examines the implication of the terrorist attack towards the economic and military power of the United States. Emphasis of the weapons used by the perpetrators; Concentration on the goals and plans of Osama Bin Laden toward the nations; Analysis of the religious background of Bin Laden.


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