Terrorismo global. Arthur Ituassu www.ituassu.com.br. Terror. U ma linha histórica A continuação da política por outros meios A guerra contra o terrorismo. Terror.
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The primary doctrine of Wahhabism is Tawhid, or the uniqueness and unity of God. Ibn Abdul Wahhab was influenced by the writings of scholars such as Ibn Taymiyya and questioned medieval interpretations of Islam, relying on Quran and hadith (oral traditions). He preached against a "perceived moral decline and political weakness" in the Arabian peninsula and condemned idolatry, the popular cult of saints, and shrine and tomb visitation.
“Vejo a Grécia socorrida e constituída solidamente depois de ter sido separada do Império Otomano. Vejo o povo belga desmembrado da Holanda por causa de algumas diferenças entre os seus princípios políticos e religiosos.”
“Vejo todos os povos livres se interessarem pelos poloneses e pelo restabelecimento de sua nacionalidade. Vejo também o governo inglês imortalizar sua glória com a emancipação dos negros, e o Parlamento britânico sacrificar meio milhão de seus recursos para favorecer essa emancipação.”
“Mas quando volto os olhos para a Argélia, vejo seus infelizes habitantes colocados sob o jugo da arbitrariedade, do extermínio e de todas as calamidades da guerra, e todos esses horrores cometidos em nome da França livre.”
There have been allegations that Osama bin Laden's Al-Qaeda movement was involved in training and funding of Aidid's men. In his 2001 book, Holy War, Inc., CNN reporter Peter Bergen interviewed Bin Laden who affirmed these allegations. According to Bergen, Bin Laden asserted that fighters affiliated with his group were involved in killing American troops in Somalia in 1993, a claim he had earlier made to the Arabic newspaper Al-Quds Al-Arabi. The Al-Qaeda fighters in Somalia are rumored to have included the organization's military chief, Mohammed Atef, later killed by U.S. forces in Afghanistan.
Four and a half years after the Battle of Mogadishu, in an interview in May 1998, bin Laden disparaged the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Somalia.
The Battle of Mogadishu led to a shift in American foreign policy, as the Clinton administration became increasingly reluctant to use military intervention in Third World conflicts peripherally related to the supreme national interests of the United States; (such as the Rwandan Genocide, the mass murder of an estimated 800,000 to 1,071,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus by Hutu militia groups in Rwanda in 1994), though Clinton approached Senator Dole and Speaker Gingrich about the possible use of military intervention, both parties agreed such action imprudent. President Clinton also refused to mobilize U.S. ground troops in fighting the Bosnian Serb Army in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1995 and the Yugoslav Army in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (specifically, the province of Kosovo) in 1999, out of concern for sacrificing American soldiers in conflicts only peripherally related to the national interest or national defense of the United States, which could have resulted in situations similar to Mogadishu in 1993.
Along with the Mohamed Elhajouji 1993 World Trade Center bombing, the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing in Saudi Arabia, and the 2000 attack on the USS Cole in Yemen, the Embassy Bombing is one of the major anti-American terrorist attacks that preceded the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Uma Al Qaeda propriamente dita existiu apenas entre 1996 e 2001, quando um pequeno grupo de militantes experientes, oriundos da guerra no Afeganistão, era capaz de acessar recursos em uma escala desconhecida até então dos islâmicos radicais
Lockerbie is known internationally as the site where, on December 21, 1988, the wreckage of Pan Am Flight 103 crashed as a result of a terrorist bomb. In the UK the event is referred to as the Lockerbie disaster, the Lockerbie bombing, or simply Lockerbie. Eleven townspeople were killed in Sherwood Crescent, where the plane's wings and fuel tanks plummeted in a fiery explosion, leaving a huge crater. The 270 fatalities (259 on the plane, 11 in Lockerbie) were citizens of 21 nations. Of them, 189 were Americans.
The subsequent police investigation was the largest ever mounted in Scottish history and became a murder inquiry when evidence of a bomb was found. Two men accused of being Libyan intelligence agents were eventually charged in 1991 with planting the bomb.
A Al Qaeda, essa que existiu entre 1996 e 2001, recebia militantes de várias partes do mundo em busca de treinamento, de um locus seguro para desenvolver suas ambições ou simplesmente de alguém que pudesse financiar e/ou assessorar em algum plano terrorista próprio
Attacs in the non-Western world – the US embassy bombings in east Africa, the massacre of tourists in Bali, the attacks on shipping in Yemeni waters and on economic and political targets in Saudi Arabia are designed to highlight the vulnerability of American and Western powers