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The Fertile Soil of Jihad: Terrorism´s Prison Connection - Patrick Dunleavy
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This title probes the disturbing links between common criminals, their prison conversions, and the creation of home grown terrorist cells. It provides an insider´s perspective on the investigation into the 1993 WorldTrade Center bombing. It explores the case of Abdel Nasser Zaben, a Palestinian immigrant, jihadist, and inmate at Rikers Island who recruited hundreds of converts, both inside and outside the prison system, to the radical ideology of fundamentalist Islam before being deported in 2005. On January 26, 1993, a young Palestinian man named Abdel Nasser Zaben was arrested and incarcerated in New York City for kidnapping and robbery. Just thirty days later, while he remained locked up, radical Islamic fundamentalists detonated a bomb in the World Trade Center. These two events, connected by common threads, signalled the coming of jihad to America. From the seemingly insulated environment of prison, this same young man, thought to have been merely a common criminal, swore allegiance to Osama bin Laden and began to convert other young minds to the cause. A dangerous terrorist recruitment ´cell´ had been born. How did it happen? Through the story of Abdel Nasser Zaben´s radicalization in prison, ´´The Fertile Soil of Jihad´´ explores in vivid detail how the American prison subculture fosters terrorism. Dunleavy shows how Zaben carefully and knowingly selected the most likely candidates for conversion to his cause. He reveals how Zaben used his apprentice role in the prison chaplain´s office as a cover for his work and how prison resources were used in the service of terrorism. This book yields invaluable insights for intelligence and corrections professionals as well as informed citizens eager to learn what progress the U.S. government is making in countering terrorism. Terrorism´s Prison Connection Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher gebundene Ausgabe 01.09.2011 Buch (fremdspr.), Potomoc Books Inc, .201

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This title probes the disturbing links between common criminals, their prison conversions, and the creation of home grown terrorist cells. It provides an insider´s perspective on the investigation into the 1993 WorldTrade Center bombing. It explores the case of Abdel Nasser Zaben, a Palestinian immigrant, jihadist, and inmate at Rikers Island who recruited hundreds of converts, both inside and outside the prison system, to the radical ideology of fundamentalist Islam before being deported in 2005. On January 26, 1993, a young Palestinian man named Abdel Nasser Zaben was arrested and incarcerated in New York City for kidnapping and robbery. Just thirty days later, while he remained locked up, radical Islamic fundamentalists detonated a bomb in the World Trade Center. These two events, connected by common threads, signalled the coming of jihad to America. From the seemingly insulated environment of prison, this same young man, thought to have been merely a common criminal, swore allegiance to Osama bin Laden and began to convert other young minds to the cause. A dangerous terrorist recruitment ´cell´ had been born. How did it happen? Through the story of Abdel Nasser Zaben´s radicalization in prison, ´´The Fertile Soil of Jihad´´ explores in vivid detail how the American prison subculture fosters terrorism. Dunleavy shows how Zaben carefully and knowingly selected the most likely candidates for conversion to his cause. He reveals how Zaben used his apprentice role in the prison chaplain´s office as a cover for his work and how prison resources were used in the service of terrorism. This book yields invaluable insights for intelligence and corrections professionals as well as informed citizens eager to learn what progress the U.S. government is making in countering terrorism. Terrorism´s Prison Connection Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Potomoc Books Inc

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: POTOMOC BOOKS INC], This title probes the disturbing links between common criminals, their prison conversions, and the creation of home grown terrorist cells. It provides an insider's perspective on the investigation into the 1993 WorldTrade Center bombing. It explores the case of Abdel Nasser Zaben, a Palestinian immigrant, jihadist, and inmate at Rikers Island who recruited hundreds of converts, both inside and outside the prison system, to the radical ideology of fundamentalist Islam before being deported in 2005. On January 26, 1993, a young Palestinian man named Abdel Nasser Zaben was arrested and incarcerated in New York City for kidnapping and robbery. Just thirty days later, while he remained locked up, radical Islamic fundamentalists detonated a bomb in the World Trade Center. These two events, connected by common threads, signalled the coming of jihad to America. From the seemingly insulated environment of prison, this same young man, thought to have been merely a common criminal, swore allegiance to Osama bin Laden and began to convert other young minds to the cause. A dangerous terrorist recruitment 'cell' had been born. How did it happen? Through the story of Abdel Nasser Zaben's radicalization in prison, "The Fertile Soil of Jihad" explores in vivid detail how the American prison subculture fosters terrorism. Dunleavy shows how Zaben carefully and knowingly selected the most likely candidates for conversion to his cause. He reveals how Zaben used his apprentice role in the prison chaplain's office as a cover for his work and how prison resources were used in the service of terrorism. This book yields invaluable insights for intelligence and corrections professionals as well as informed citizens eager to learn what progress the U.S. government is making in countering terrorism. Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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On January 26, 1993, a young Palestinian man named Abdel Nasser Zaben was arrested and incarcerated in New York City for kidnapping and robbery. Just thirty days later, while he remained locked up, radical Islamic fundamentalists detonated a bomb in the World Trade Center. These two events, connected by common threads, signaled the coming of jihad to America. From the seemingly insulated environment of prison, this same young man, thought to have been merely a common criminal, swore allegiance to Osama bin Laden and began to convert other young minds to the cause. A dangerous terrorist recruitment ?cell? had been born. How did it happen?Through the story of Abdel Nasser Zaben?s recruitment efforts in prison,The Fertile Soil of Jihad explores in vivid detail how the American prison subculture fosters terrorism. Dunleavy shows how Zaben carefully and knowingly selected the most likely candidates for conversion to his cause. He reveals how Zaben used his apprentice role in the prison chaplain?s office as a cover for his work and how prison resources were used in the service of terrorism. This book yields invaluable insights for intelligence and corrections professionals as well as informed citizens eager to learn what progress the U.S. government is making in countering terrorism. Patrick Dunleavy, Books, The Fertile Soil of Jihad: Terrorisms Prison Connection Books, Potomac Books

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On January 26, 1993, a young Palestinian man named Abdel Nasser Zaben was arrested and incarcerated in New York City for kidnapping and robbery. Just thirty days later, while he remained locked up, radical Islamic fundamentalists detonated a bomb in the World Trade Center. These two events, connected by common threads, signaled the coming of jihad to America. From the seemingly insulated environment of prison, this same young man, thought to have been merely a common criminal, swore allegiance to Osama bin Laden and began to convert other young minds to the cause. A dangerous terrorist recruitment "cell" had been born. How did it happen?Through the story of Abdel Nasser Zaben's radicalization in prison, "The Fertile Soil of Jihad" explores in vivid detail how the American prison subculture fosters terrorism. Dunleavy shows how Zaben carefully and knowingly selected the most likely candidates for conversion to his cause. He reveals how Zaben used his apprentice role in the prison chaplain's office as a cover for his work and how prison resources were used in the service of terrorism. This book yields invaluable insights for intelligence and corrections professionals as well as informed citizens eager to learn what progress the U.S. government is making in countering terrorism. The Fertile Soil of Jihad: Terrorism's Prison Connection Dunleavy, Patrick T., Potomac Books

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