"Sudden Jihad Syndrome" Poses U.S. Risk

[Washington Times] Sara A. Carter - Sympathy for al-Qaeda has produced "sudden jihad syndrome" in domestic terror cells unaffiliated with foreign terrorists and people seeking to carry out attacks in the U.S., a law-enforcement intelligence analysis says. The Dec. 6 report by the Texas Public Safety Department's Bureau of Information Analysis warns officials not to dismiss homegrown terror cells as "wannabes," saying they pose a credible threat to homeland security.

2008-01-02 01:00:00

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