1. Analyse Al Qaeda’s ogranisation and strategy.
'I can’t fight the Americans on the American mainland. It is too far. But if I succeed in bringing the Americans where I can find them, where I can fight them on my own terms, on my turf, this will be the greatest success' quoted by Osama Bin Ladin. The Al Qaeda’s organisation is scare to the nation and all countries worldwide as they are out to seek domination and superior rulings of the Earth. The Al Quade’s simple strategic goal is to force the United States and the United States allies to withdraw and resist forces from the Muslim countries and any country siding with the Al Qaedas (Pape 2005). Firstly this essay will describe Al Qaeada organisation. Secondly, it will describe the strategies of which they undertake. Thirdly it will explain what they have succeeded and failed. Finally it will analyse what they are today.
The Al Qaeda organisation is an Islamic organisation which was founded by Osama Bin Ladin sometime between 1988 and late 1989 within the help of Muhammad Atef. The aim of this organisation was to support both military and financially oppressed Muslims around the world. This organisation has been described by United States and other various countries as a terrorist organisation that was under the umbrella for various Bin Ladin projects. The Al Qaeda organisation were consisted largely of the Afghan Arabs Several of bin Ladin’s followers has used the name and has admitted membership under interrogation in the United States and in the Middle East(Reeve 1999). They serve as an umbrella organization for a network that includes many Sunni Islamic extremist groups such as Egyptian Islamic Jihad, some members of al-Gama'at al-Islamiyya, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, and the Harakat ul-Mujahidin (ThinkQuest 2011).
According to Abdel Bari Atwan who is editor-in chief of the London-based pan-Arab newspaper Al-Quds Al-Arabi, has broken down the strategies of the Al Qaeda organisation. There...
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