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The failure of classic counterterrorism tactics to defeat al-Qa'ida is discussed thoroughly in this strategic proposition. Redefining al-Qa'ida as a media organization filled with Internet-savvy inciters, rather than an entity that is susceptible to police and military force, it suggests a calculated policy change for governments, partner nations, and Muslim communities. The real-world examples here show how these organizations can relentlessly exploit al-Qa'ida’s critical vulnerability its violent ideology to effectively destroy its ability to attract Muslims to its cause. This book also shows how media and web campaigns can inspire Muslim communities to vigilance and even active resistance against al-Qa'ida’s recruitment efforts, as well as delivering cutting-edge recommendations to drown out the organization’s propaganda.
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Howard Gambrill Clark has served as a senior intelligence analyst for counter-radicalization at the Department of Homeland Security and as a presidential policy analyst. A former U.S. marine officer, he led intelligence operations in Iraq and commanded more than 40 counterterrorism missions for the CIA and Defense Intelligence Agency. He lives in Washington, DC.Review:
This book should be required reading for all those deploying to the war zones and for policymakers responsible for countering violent ideological extremism.” The Honorable Charles E. Allen, retired U.S. Department of Homeland Security Chief Intelligence Officer and Undersecretary for the Office of Intelligence and Analysis
It will show new directions to the strategists at a time when they are groping for new approaches. Strategists, specialists as well as common readers will ignore this highly readable book by a soldier-scholar at their own peril.” Arif Jamal, author, Shadow War: The Untold Story of Jihad in Kashmir
His prescriptions [are] based on wisdom drawn from his field experience . . . We desperately need this approach.” Dr. Hassan Abbas, Quaid-i-Azam Professor, Columbia University
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