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The first thing you learn about Omar Nasiri is that even his name is an alias. Read “Inside the Jihad My Life with Al Qaeda” by Omar Nasiri with Rakuten Kobo . Between and , Omar Nasiri worked as a secret agent for Europe’s. Between and , Omar Nasiri worked as a secret agent for Europe’s top foreign intelligence services-including France’s DGSE (Direction Read More.

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You’ve successfully reported this review. If Mr Nasiri believed that he’ll believe anything. A great character study too of this troubled So compelling!

Arab Spring Then and Now. I understand that humans can be extraordinarily cruel to one another. Far mihad serious, the presentation was grotesque: It sounds like we have been misled and fed lies from our politicians and media in regards to the Muslim world and their real motivations.

Inside the Jihad: My Life with Al Qaeda

The book comes with a bizarre introduction by a former CIA official. A very interesting insight into the growth of what became known as “Al Qaeda” in the s. Alleged Afghan Training Camps.

He does a good job of expressing his feelings, emotions, and reasons for his decisions. It sure as hell doesn’t say Jihaad but teaches its children freedom and abducts the same from the Islamic nations! Preview — Inside the Jihad by Omar Nasiri. Click here for more. The only way to defeat this wave of violence is awareness and understanding the reasons which would motivate hundreds of young men and women to dies for what they believe.

Nothing was revealed on Belgian TV. I thought this was a good look at the spy world from an opposing side. From the netherworld of Islamist cells in Belgium, to the training camps of Afghanistan, to the radical mosques of London, he risked his life to defeat the emerging global network that the West would come to know as Al Qaeda.

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Most went of to fight in regional conflicts. We are totally dependent on the West–for our dishwashers, our clothes, our cars, our education, everything. I had this book with me for a year and read it many times and delightfully discovered something new on every read!

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On the issue of “Al Qaeda” and the use of the term, I do believe its useful ijhad denote the broader network. Under the Black Flag. And the trainers are as described not a bunch of frenzied lunatics, rather courageous, well-trained, and also well versed in interpersonal skills. I guess I’m just not interested in this subject. Omar’s evaluation in the early pages of his book is very interesting.

Aug 21, Jennifer Lindsay rated it really liked it. As he worked nnasiri the French, British and German intelligence ihside he was very frustrated with their lack of understanding of the Islamic issues. One of my favorite books I read years back!!!!!

This is simply a fascinating book, which also happens to be very readable. Also, just how woefully inept the British law enforcement and intelligence authorities were in the s when it came to Islamic terrorism. Other Muslims emphasise on more militant way to fight using force including weapons for the sake of God against the infidels and the blasphemers.

What do you think god would say. Aug 15, Shirl rated it liked it Shelves: The other, Ah El Madja, also was convicted and sentenced to serve three years” [6a] [6b] Informative Global Patterns of Terrorism cover Belgium a useful reminder to those who memories only go back as as to when they think ’causes’ for ‘terrorism; esp Islamic variety, started in the world [6b] vikingar SOURCES: Michael Scheuer offers up Nasiri’s memoir as evidence of his theory that jihadists are motivated by neither religion nor hatred of the West but foreign policy grievances alone.


It was a page turner, and in some ways very fascinating.

Inside the Jihad: My Life with Al Qaeda by Omar Nasiri

It was difficult to follow Nasiri’s words, because of his accent. Yet we still give this coward too much credit. Abu Zubeida had told him in Afghanistan that Abu Hamza’s hands had not been blown off in combat operations but in mishandling nitro-glycerine. But today De Morgen – leftist flemish newspaper – claimed the Laatste Nieuws was wrong.

It seems that AQ were working on chemical weapons from a very early stage after all. First, there was the incredibly nuanc Phenomenal book. May 18, Nick rated it really liked it. I should stress it wasn’t a formal ‘docu-drama’ in which you have the actors reading lines and which sometimes leaves confusion as to where the jiuad has come from and whether scenes are fact or fiction.