Inside Al Qaeda: Global Network of Terror

@inproceedings{Gunaratna2002InsideAQ,
  title={Inside Al Qaeda: Global Network of Terror},
  author={Rohan Kumar Gunaratna},
  year={2002}
}
Genesis of Al Qae'da - Al Qa'eda Leadership, Ideology and Organisation - Evolution of Al Qae'da: Peshawar to Khartoum and to Kandahar - Al Qa'eda's International Support and Operational Network - Al Qae'da Doctrine: Strategies, Tactics and Targets - A Watershed Event: September 11, 2001 - The International Response 
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