The post‐madrid face of Al Qaeda

@article{Gunaratna2004ThePF,
  title={The post‐madrid face of Al Qaeda},
  author={Rohan Kumar Gunaratna},
  journal={The Washington Quarterly},
  year={2004},
  volume={27},
  pages={100 - 91}
}
The terrorist threat has shifted beyond Al Qaeda as a group to an ideology. In many ways, Al Qaeda has completed its mission of being the vanguard of Islamic movements, having inspired a generation of two dozen existing groups as well as an emerging generation of them. 
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