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Bin Laden was one of more than 50 children of Muhammad bin Laden, a self-made billionaire who, after immigrating to Saudi Arabia from Yemen as a labourer, rose to direct major construction projects for the Saudi royal family. His time at the university was key to his future role as leader of al-Qaeda, not only in influencing his radical views but also in providing him with the skill to market al-Qaeda. Shortly after the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in , bin Laden, who viewed the invasion as an act of aggression against Islam , began traveling to meet Afghan resistance leaders and raise funds for the resistance. By his activities were centred mainly in Afghanistan and Pakistan, where he collaborated with Azzam to recruit and organize Arab volunteers to fight the Soviet occupation. In , following the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan, bin Laden returned to Saudi Arabia , where he was initially welcomed as a hero, but he soon came to be regarded by the government as a radical and a potential threat.
It is far too easy to focus on individual acts of terrorism and extremism, and ignore the global patterns in such violence. The Burke Chair at CSIS has assembled a wide range of indicators that help quantify and explain these patterns, and that look beyond the crises of the moment to examine longer term trends. They include a range of tables, graphs, and maps that help put the global patterns of terrorism in perspective, and that show the relationships between extremist and terrorist movements, the reject of such movements by the vast majority of Muslims, and the critical role that Muslim states play as strategic partners in the fight against such movements. Any analysis of the patterns in terrorism faces major challenges simply because of the lack of reliable and comparable data, and the tendency to compartmentalize analysis to deal with given threats, nations, and regions. The problem becomes much greater when the analysis attempts to deal with issues as controversial as the links between Islam, extremism, and terrorism. It is equally easy to avoid analyzing the links between extremist violence and Islam in order to be politically correct or to avoid provoking Muslims and the governments of largely Muslim states.
Look Inside. Jan 30, Minutes Buy. From the very beginning of its statehood in , protecting the nation from harm has been the responsibility of its intelligence community and armed services, and there is one weapon in their vast arsenal that they have relied upon to thwart the most serious threats: Targeted assassinations have been used countless times, on enemies large and small, sometimes in response to attacks against the Israeli people and sometimes preemptively. More about Ronen Bergman.
To write the book, Bergman carried out about a thousand interviews with political figures and secret agents  and consulted "thousands" of documents. Rise and Kill First describes the targeted killings carried out by Israeli secret agencies and the personalities and the tactics used. The book's title is inspired by a statement in the Talmud : "If someone comes to kill you, rise up and kill him first". Ehud Barak and Ehud Olmert , former Israeli prime ministers, and Meir Dagan , a recent head of Mossad for eight years, were among those interviewed. Bergman describes the details of operations carried out in Iran ,  Egypt , Syria and Germany.
The Taliban is a predominantly Pashtun, Islamic fundamentalist group that ruled Afghanistan from until , when a U. The Taliban regrouped across the border in Pakistan and has led an insurgency against the U. Experts say the Taliban is stronger now than at any point in recent memory, controlling dozens of Afghan districts and continuing to launch attacks against both government and civilian targets. An agreement signed by U. President Donald J. Afghanistan War. Terrorism and Counterterrorism.