The first thing you learn about Omar Nasiri is that even his name is an alias. Read “Inside the Jihad My Life with Al Qaeda” by Omar Nasiri with Rakuten Kobo . Between and , Omar Nasiri worked as a secret agent for Europe’s. Between and , Omar Nasiri worked as a secret agent for Europe’s top foreign intelligence services-including France’s DGSE (Direction Read More.

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We were told he had been given a pseudonym to protect his identity.

They certainly used the suspect’s testimony, but as a justification for the war rather than as a motive for it.

I Kihad Told to Come Alone. Two suspects, Kamel Saddeddine and Youssef El Majda, were convicted and sentenced to five years in prison. Refresh and try again.

Many of the people who visited them never came back. Strange, do you have Belgian tv in England.: His frustration also included the willingness of Jihar to rationalize the killing of civilians under the guise of jihad. What is the West doing to nasiiri the facts which may challenge the very essence of the modern mentality of superiority which has grown stronger and stronger since the fall of the Soviet Union and consequently the collapse of the communist regimes in most parts of the world?

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How he gets there in very interesting and believable. But today De Morgen – leftist flemish newspaper – claimed the Laatste Nieuws was wrong. Aug 28, James Stephens rated it it was amazing. One way or another this is bound to get back to AH, jhiad it has not already done so. So it was hard to read, and finish, but I did. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The amazing thing is that Omar Nasiri is actually being a spy and how he manages to do both things is really some kind of unbelievable acting from his side.


Re comment from John Robinson, I agree, though basic story had value.

What is most interesting is that the interviewee, Nasiri, at no point said he was spying on al-Qaeda. Anyway, I was left with very mixed feelings about the author which taints the veracity of his account for me.

I had this book with me for a year and read it many times and delightfully discovered something new thd every read! Under the Black Flag. Very insightful and frontline view into the history and future of the “jihad” as the West refers to it and the many viewpoints and flavors this term evokes.

Inside the Jihad: My Life with Al Qaeda

This page was last edited on 12 Novemberat To Live or to Jkhad Forever. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. A Fist in the Hornet’s Nest. Who Killed Daniel Pearl. I should stress it wasn’t a formal ‘docu-drama’ in which you have the actors reading lines and which sometimes leaves confusion as to where the dialogue has come from and whether scenes are fact or fiction.


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However, there was an article in nasirl Laatste Nieuws that claimed the program was fake. The book shockingly reveals the depth of the trainings offered. He was a triple agent, playing the spy services of several European countries against each other and also fooling Al Qaeda operatives into recruiting him while he worked for or at least tbe being paid by two intelligence services that were operating against Al Qaeda.

My Life with the Taliban. Other Muslims emphasise on more militant way to fight using force including weapons for the sake of God against the infidels and the blasphemers. Throughout the text the author transcribes Qur’an as “Kur’an” — a peculiar stylistic choice that is neither English Koran nor Arabic Qur’an. Jan 14, Julia rated it liked it Shelves: The Road to Fatima Gate. But what about ihside US government?

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Scheuer also claims that recruiting is practically non-existent, in favor of self-recruiting. Now we are backwards. The end is equally disturbing because his knowledge was available to intelligence I recommend this great book.