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  • ISBN 965903654X
  • ISBN13 978-9659036547
  • Language English
  • Author Shaul Shay
  • Publisher ICT; Edition Unstated edition (February 2, 2002)
  • Pages 176
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  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Politics and Government
  • Size ePub 1727 kb
  • Size Fb2 1484 kb
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In the wake of September 11, the modern history of Afghanistan and the complex and divided structure of the Afghan society has been the subject of much discussion and analysis. This volume contributes to that debate through a compelling assessment of the processes that led to the outbreak of the civil war, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, and the Jihad declared by the Muslim world against the Soviet invasion.

The Jihad in Afghanistan drew volunteers from all over the Muslim world, who with American aid, were consolidated into an effective fighting force that vanquished the Soviet army. Osama Bin Laden was one of the recruits to the Jihad at the end of the 1970s. As the war against the Soviets ended, Afghan Alumni volunteers began returning to their countries and became the spearhead of the struggle of Islamic terror organizations against secular regimes in their own nations and against the West.

This book analyzes the terror phenomenon of “Afghan Alumni” and the Al Qaeda organization headed by Bin Laden, which became a central component in international terror. The book describes and explains the process that led to the rise of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan (1994-1996), the regime’s policy and its connection with international terror in general and Bin Laden in Particular. As such, it is a comprehensive and unique study providing readers with tools for understanding the complex reality of the Afghanistan alumni, who are at the core of the present conflict and a focus of international interest.


Osama Bin Laden was one of the recruits to the Jihad at the end of the 1970s.

Osama Bin Laden was one of the recruits to the Jihad at the end of the 1970s. As the war against the Soviets ended, Afghan Alumni volunteers began returning to their countries and became the spearhead of the struggle of Islamic terror organizations against secular regimes in their own nations and against the West. The book describes and explains the process that led to the rise of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan (1994-1996), the regime's policy and its connection with international terror in general and Bin Laden in Particular.

In the wake of September 11, the modern history of Afghanistan and the complex and divided structure of the Afghan society has been the subject of much discussion and analysis. This volume contributes to that debate through a compelling assessment of the processes that led to the outbreak of the civil war, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, and the Jihad declared by the Muslim world against the Soviet invasion.

The Endless Jihad book. The Endless Jihad: The Mujahidin, the Taliban and Bin Laden. 965903654X (ISBN13: 9789659036547).

The Mujahidin, the Taliban and Bin Laden. Published February 2, 2002 by ICT.

Its widespread use in English began with reference to the guerrilla-type militant groups led by the Islamist Afghan fighters in the Soviet–Afghan War, and now extends to other jihadist groups in various countries.

The book is an unintended indictment of US military and diplomatic officials who insisted on the "surge" and extensive operations in the flatlands of Helmand . Americans think Bin Laden and Al Qaeda are homicidal madmen

The book is an unintended indictment of US military and diplomatic officials who insisted on the "surge" and extensive operations in the flatlands of Helmand province while most of Al Qaeda and the Taliban leadership stayed in the mountains through which the Durand line passes. In going for what was the easier fight, General Petraeus has had only limited success at securing real estate when he is, in fact, fighting a revolutionary idea. Americans think Bin Laden and Al Qaeda are homicidal madmen. The term terrorists is calculated to keep one from going any further. In reality there is much more to Al Qaeda than that.

The book reveals, as well, the organizational structure so carefully erected by Bin-Laden and his associates, in. .

The book is intended to work as a set of guidelines for newcomers to the world of international terrorism, including anti-terror task forces, heads of security companies as well as professionals in the field. Shaul Shay served twenty-seven years in the Israel Defense Forces as a paratrooper officer and in military intelligence, and also served as head of the Israel Defense Forces Military History Department for seven years.

Shay shows how the internal conflict may spill over into other nations, creating a larger regional theater of Jihad. Shortly after their victory announcement, the ICU implemented a Taliban-style radical Islamic rule. He also provides some ideas on how to prevent the foundation of a new radical Islamic state that could become a haven of the Islamic terror in the Horn of Africa. The rule of the ICU was brief. In December 2006 they were defeated by a coalition of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) and Ethiopian forces.

The Endless Jihad: The Mujahidin, the Taliban and Bin Laden, International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism at.Israeli writer Shaul Shay earned his bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees in political science from Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel

The Endless Jihad: The Mujahidin, the Taliban and Bin Laden, International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism at the Interdisciplinary Center (Herzliya, Israel), 2002. Milhamah Ha-yom: Hikre Milhemet Yom-ha-Kipurim, Maarachot Publishers (Tel-Aviv, Israel), 2003. Israeli writer Shaul Shay earned his bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees in political science from Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel. Shay spent twenty-five years in the military, where he served both as a paratrooper officer and in military intelligence. Over the course of his career with the Israeli Defense Forces, he attained the rank of colonel.