Al-Qaeda in Saudi Arabia

(National Review) Evan Kohlmann - After U.S. military forces put the notorious Afghan jihad camps permanently out of operation, bin Laden's scattered cadres, particularly those from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and other regions of the Arabian Peninsula, quietly returned to their homelands. Rather than assimilating back into Gulf society, these arriving extremists were quickly reorganized into new terrorist cells by a highly intricate and developed network of al-Qaeda henchmen headquartered in the Arabian Peninsula.

2004-02-10 00:00:00

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