Monthly Archives: September 2005

The Unique Threat from Al-Qaedaism

The arrest and extradition of a fourth suspect in the July London bombings, the jailing of a Syrian in Madrid for organising terrorism in connection with the 9/11 bombings, the excruciating delays caused by increased security in airports, all mean that we are taking effective measures against Al Qaeda. Wrong. Essential, yes, effective, no. Continue reading

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Blaming Islam Plays into Al-Qaeda’s Hands

This article first appeared in the 25 September 2005 edition of The Sunday Business Post and is reproduced here with their kind permission. Continue reading

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The Threat to London, and Ireland, is not from Islam, Islamic fundamentalism or Islamism

The threat by Osama Bin Laden’s second-in-command, Ayman Al-Zawahiri to continue to target London has serious implications for Britain and Ireland. Continue reading

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