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Terrorising The Terrorists

Author : JJ Allison
ISBN : 9780244980757
Genre : Fiction
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Germany's open border immigration policy has brought the Country too it's knees. Islamic Extremists and ISIS Terrorists have entered by the thousands and are holding the Country to ransom with blood thirsty murderous attacks on innocent German citizens, including the beheading of a 4 year old child in a crowded shopping centre. But unbeknown too them, a secret, covert and extremely deadly military force that has remained dormant for over 70 years is about to unleash upon them the true meaning of terror. Islamic extremists on all German soil will now forfeit all Civil - Legal and Human rights and will be abducted, tortured and murdered by the most deadliest military force known in the history of Mankind.
Category: Fiction

The Terrorists

Author : Maj Sjowall
ISBN : 0307744337
Genre : Fiction
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The final novel in the Martin Beck mystery series by Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö is a masterful, all consuming tale that rushes toward a thrilling, unexpected climax. With a new introduction by Dennis Lehane: "Tension so thick the reader could crack a tooth." An American senator is visiting Stockholm and Martin Beck must lead a team to protect him from an international gang of terrorists. However, in the midst of the fervor created by the diplomatic visit, a young, peace-loving woman is accused of robbing a bank. Beck is determined to prove her innocence, but gets trapped in the maze of police bureaucracy. To complicate matters a millionaire pornographer has been bludgeoned to death in his own bathtub. Filled with the twists and turns and the pulse pounding excitement that are the hallmarks of the Martin Beck novels, The Terrorists is the stunning conclusion to the incredible series that changed crime fiction forever.
Category: Fiction

Who Are The Terrorists

Author : Dipak K. Gupta
ISBN : 9781438107226
Genre : Political Science
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The September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States brought the issue of terrorism to the forefront of American attention and controversy. To determine how to prevent further destruction, it is necessary to understand the shadowy phenomenon that causes it. Who are the terrorists? What are their motives? What are the roots of this form of violence, and will it come to an end? What exactly is terrorism?
Category: Political Science

From The Terrorists Point Of View

Author : Fathali M. Moghaddam
ISBN : 0275988252
Genre : History
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Presenting a picture of the world giving rise to Islamic terrorism, Moghaddam argues that terrorism arises from a deep and pervasive identity crisis in Islamic societies, and shows us why individuals who are recruited into terrorist organizations believe it is the only viable alternative. The account presented in these 10 chapters is shaped by the author's first-hand experiences of life in the Islamic world, as well as his more than quarter-century of research on the psychology of conflict and radicalism. Original information about specializations in terrorist roles is included.
Category: History

Outsmarting The Terrorists

Author : R. V. G. Clarke
ISBN : 0275992306
Genre : Political Science
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Offers a new and innovative method for combatting terrorism before it happens.
Category: Political Science

The Terrorists Of Iraq

Author : Malcolm W. Nance
ISBN : 9781498706919
Genre : Computers
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The Terrorists of Iraq: Inside the Strategy and Tactics of the Iraq Insurgency 2003-2014, Second Edition is a highly detailed and exhaustive history and analysis of terror groups that both formed the Iraq insurgency and led to the rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). It places heavy emphasis on the history, organization, and personal
Category: Computers

Orwell Versus The Terrorists A Digital Short

Author : Jamie Bartlett
ISBN : 9781473519701
Genre : True Crime
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On 5 June 2013, the Guardian began publishing a series of documents leaked by NSA contractor Edward Snowden, revealing the extent of internet surveillance undertaken by government and intelligence agencies. It provoked an immediate outcry. ‘I didn’t want to change society,’ Snowden would later say, in exile. ‘I wanted to give society a chance to determine if it should change itself.’ And to some extent, he has. Snowden’s leaks have provoked important debates about the precarious balance between individual privacy and national security on the internet. As a result of his revelations, the internet – and the way many of us use it – is changing dramatically. A new ‘crypto-war’ over the right to online privacy is being waged, with the net becoming increasingly difficult to monitor, and censorship more difficult to enforce. New opportunities are opening up for human rights activists and journalists, but also for criminals and terrorists. Orwell versus the Terrorists is an insightful and revelatory examination of the history of the battle over privacy online, and a shocking glimpse of the frontline tactics of both sides. In a world in which the rules governing online activity are hazy, nebulous and often contradictory, it also presents a powerful and convincing model for the future of net-surveillance post-Snowden.
Category: True Crime

When You Lie About Your Age The Terrorists Win

Author : Carol Leifer
ISBN : 0345513150
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Stand-up comic and comedy writer Carol Leifer faced a critical dilemma and had only two options: either continue sharing her greatest childhood memory (seeing the Beatles at Shea Stadium in 1966) or lie about her age. But the choice soon became clear: “I see now that when you deny your age, you deny yourself, and when you lie about your age, you become your inauthentic twin. But most important, when you lie about your age, they win. (And of course by ‘they,’ I mean the terrorists).” Now, in this uproarious book, Leifer reveals all—her age, her outlook, her life philosophy—no holds barred.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Schmoozing With Terrorists

Author : Aaron Klein
ISBN : 9780979045127
Genre : Political Science
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In a time of unprecedented danger for the West, it's crucial that Americans understand the true nature of the adversaries we face and how we are making them bolder each day. Join Aaron Klein, award-winning journalist and radio commentator, as he schmoozes and kvetches with radical clerics, suicide bombers, the parents of potential child martyrs and the leaders of the world's most dangerous terrorist organizations. Here's the real story behind today's war headlines, told from the unique perspective of a Jew meeting-and eating-with his deadliest enemies.Among the highlights of Schmoozing with Terrorists: Why do the terrorists tell Klein that Hillary Clinton is the jihadist choice for president? Which anti-war politicians and celebrities meddling in Middle East politics are jihadist favorites? What compels someone to blow themselves up in order to kill others? What would day-to-day life be like in America if the terrorists win? (Madonna and Britney Spears take note!)
Category: Political Science

The Market The Kingdom And The Terrorists

Author : Christian B
ISBN : 9798649546874
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The September 11th attacks in the USA have shattered the peace of mind of the developed world. Finally things are striking back and we are vulnerable. Terrorists have proved that they can invade the West, get under our guard and strike at some of our most powerful institutions. Christians in particular are asking a few good questions such as: 1 Why are the terrorists doing this? 2 Why is God allowing this? 3 What is this leading to? 4 What are some of the causes? 5 How should Christians respond? Some have realized that our wealth is not as good a fortress as we thought and that as Proverbs says: Riches do not profit in the day of wrath, But righteousness delivers from death (Proverbs 11:4). In other words the cure for our insecurity will lie in repentance and righteousness not in power and wealth

Www Terror Net

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ISBN : 9781437904161
Genre : Cyberterrorism
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Category: Cyberterrorism

Network Technologies For Networked Terrorists

Author : Bruce W. Don
ISBN : 9780833041418
Genre : Political Science
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Terrorist organizations use many technologies as they plan and stage attacks. This book explores the purpose and manner of the use of communication and computer technologies, their net effect, and security forces' possible responses. The authors conclude that, instead of developing direct counters to these technologies, exploiting their use and the information they manage to enable more direct security force operations is a more promising option.
Category: Political Science

A Guide To Identifying Terrorists Through Body Language

Author : Lillian Glass
ISBN : 9781440527906
Genre : Reference
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It’s not just Osama Bin Laden anymore. It’s the people all around you - from coworkers to your next-door neighbor. From domestic terrorists and serial killers to troubled students and homicidal exes, violent people are living right here among us. But we don’t have to count on patience and providence to get us through. In A Guide to Identifying Terrorists Through Body Language, renowned body-language expert and bestselling Toxic People author Dr. Lillian Glass reveals the visual cues, characteristics, and behaviors we need to identify the most dangerous people in our midst - in only seconds. In this book she teams up with former FBI Special Agent D. Vincent Sullivan where they both draw upon decades of experience. Her expertise in body language, vocal forensics, and behavioral analysis, and his experience as a former member of the Joint Terrorist Task Force provide you with the the same instruction, information, and insight they have provided to law enforcement, the justice system, and Homeland Security, among others. Complete with real-life scenarios and case studies, this groundbreaking handbook is the protection we upstanding citizens need to keep ourselves, our families, and our society free from harm.
Category: Reference

The Struggle Of Democracy Against Terrorism

Author : Emanuel Gross
ISBN : 0813925312
Genre : Political Science
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Examines the legal and moral complexities democracies face when dealing with terrorism. This book is useful to students and teachers of law, political science, and philosophy, as well as to citizens and activists concerned with the impact of terrorism on civil liberties.
Category: Political Science

Cinematic Terror

Author : Tony Shaw
ISBN : 9781441158093
Genre : Performing Arts
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Cinematic Terror takes a uniquely long view of filmmakers' depiction of terrorism, examining how cinema has been a site of intense conflict between paramilitaries, state authorities and censors for well over a century. In the process, it takes us on a journey from the first Age of Terror that helped trigger World War One to the Global War on Terror that divides countries and families today. Tony Shaw looks beyond Hollywood to pinpoint important trends in the ways that film industries across Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East have defined terrorism down the decades. Drawing on a vast array of studio archives, government documentation, personal interviews and box office records, Shaw examines the mechanics of cinematic terrorism and challenges assumptions about the links between political violence and propaganda.
Category: Performing Arts

Inside Terrorist Organizations

Author : David C. Rapoport
ISBN : 0714681792
Genre : Political Science
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Describing the internal life of terrorist organizations, these essays contend that no description of terrorist behaviour is adequate without a grasp of the deep tensions which often characterize the groups and without appreciating how firmly implanted in our culture terrorist traditions have become, since the middle of the 19th century.
Category: Political Science

The Israeli Secret Services And The Struggle Against Terrorism

Author : Ami Pedahzur
ISBN : 9780231511612
Genre : History
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While Mossad is known as one of the world's most successful terrorist-fighting organizations, the state of Israel has, more than once and on many levels, risked the lives of its agents and soldiers through unwise intelligence-based intervention. The elimination of Palestinian leaders and militants has not decreased the incidence of Palestinian terrorism, for example. In fact, these incidents have become more lethal than ever, and ample evidence suggests that the actions of Israeli intelligence have fueled terrorist activities across the globe. An expert on terror and political extremism, Ami Pedahzur argues that Israel's strict reliance on the elite units of the intelligence community is fundamentally flawed. A unique synthesis of memoir, academic research, and information gathered from print and online sources, Pedahzur's complex study explores this issue through Israel's past encounters with terrorists, specifically hostage rescue missions, the first and second wars in Lebanon, the challenges of the West Bank and Gaza, Palestinian terrorist groups, and Hezbollah. He brings a rare transparency to Israel's counterterrorist activities, highlighting their successes and failures and the factors that have contributed to these results. From the foundations of this analysis, Pedahzur ultimately builds a strategy for future confrontation that will be relevant not only to Israel but also to other countries that have adopted Israel's intelligence-based model.
Category: History

Negotiating With Terrorists

Author : Guy Olivier Faure
ISBN : 9781136998669
Genre : History
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This edited volume addresses the important issue of negotiating with terrorists, and offers recommendations for best practice and processes. Hostage negotiation is the process of trying to align two often completely polarised parties. Authorities view hostage taking as unacceptable demands made by unacceptable means. However terrorists view their actions as completely justified, even on moral and religious grounds. If they are to try and reconcile these two sides, it is essential for hostage negotiators to understand terrorist culture, the hostage takers’ profiles, their personality, their view of the world and also the authorities, their values and their framing of the problem raised by the taking of hostages. Although not advocating negotiating with terrorists, the volume seeks to analyse when, why, and how it is done. Part I deals with the theory and quantifiable data produced from analysis of hostage situations, while Part II explores several high profile case studies and the lessons that can be learnt from them. This volume will be of great interest to students of terrorism studies, conflict management, negotiation, security studies and IR in general. I William Zartman is the Jacob Blaustein Distinguished Professor Emeritus of International Organization and Conflict Resolution and former Director of the Conflict Management and African Studies Programs, at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC. He is a member of the Steering Committee of the Processes of International Negotiation (PIN) Program at the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Laxenburg, Austria. He is author/editor of over 20 books on negotiation, conflict and mediation. Guy Olivier Faure is Professor of Sociology at the Sorbonne University, Paris I, and a member of the Steering Committee of the Processes of International Negotiation (PIN) Program at the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Laxenburg, Austria. He has served as an advisor to French government on hostage negotiations.
Category: History