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Terrorism in Southeast Asia by Bruce Vaughn, Emma Chanlett-avery, Thomas Lum, Mark Manyin and Larry Niksch pdf

Terrorism in Southeast Asia by Bruce Vaughn , Emma Chanlett-avery, Thomas Lum, Mark Manyin and Larry Niksch pdf free download. Since September 2001, the United States has been concerned with radical Islamist groups in Southeast Asia, particularly those in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore that are known to have ties to the Al Qaeda terrorist network. Southeast Asia is a base for past, current, and possibly future Al Qaeda operations. For nearly fifteen years, Al Qaeda has penetrated the region by establishing local cells, training Southeast Asians in its camps in Afghanistan, and by financing and cooperating with indigenous radical Islamist groups.

Terrorism in Southeast Asia by Bruce Vaughn, Emma Chanlett-avery, Thomas Lum, Mark Manyin and Larry Niksch pdf

Indonesia and the southern Philippines have been particularly vulnerable to penetration by antiAmerican Islamic terrorist groups. Members of one indigenous network, Jemaah Islamiyah (JI), with extensive ties to Al Qaeda, are known to have helped two of the September 11, 2001 hijackers and have confessed to plotting and carrying out attacks against Western targets.

Terrorism in Southeast Asia by Bruce Vaughn, Emma Chanlett-avery, Thomas Lum, Mark Manyin and Larry Niksch pdf

These include the deadliest terrorist attack since September 2001: the October 12, 2002 bombing in Bali, Indonesia, that killed approximately 200 people, mostly Westerners. On September 9, 2004, a suicide bombing attack thought to be the work of JI struck the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, killing 10 and wounding around 200.

Terrorism in Southeast Asia by Bruce Vaughn, Emma Chanlett-avery, Thomas Lum, Mark Manyin and Larry Niksch pdf

In October 2005, three suicide bombers exploded bombs within minutes of one another in Bali, killing more than 20 people. These attacks suggest that JI remains capable of carrying out relatively large-scale plots against Western targets, despite the arrest or death of hundreds of JI members, including most of its known leadership.

Terrorism in Southeast Asia by Bruce Vaughn, Emma Chanlett-avery, Thomas Lum, Mark Manyin and Larry Niksch pdf

Terrorism in Southeast Asia by Bruce Vaughn,  Emma Chanlett-avery, Thomas Lum, Mark Manyin and Larry Niksch pdf

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