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November Today in Terrorism

November 12, 2008: American aid worker killed in Pakistan

On November 12, 2008 a USAID contractor was killed along with his driver in an Islamist terrorist attack in Peshawar.

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Perspectives

Has Africa become the ‘Dark Continent’ for terrorism?

Africa will most likely continue to be a hot bed of terrorism for many years to come with little hope of a resolution to this threat

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October Today in Terrorism

October 6, 2002: Suicide bombing in the Gulf of Aden

On October 6, 2002 terrorists carried out a suicide attack on the MV Limburg, carrying crude oil, killing one crew member and injuring a dozen

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Perspectives

Who would kill over a cartoon? Jihadis, that’s who

Terrorists are not known for their embrace of free speech. Their view of the world allows for absolutely no diversion from what they have decided is right…and wrong.

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Perspectives

Once a jihadi always a jihadi?

The only terrorist who cannot harm us is a dead one: derad programs are far from perfect

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

Talking with Jesse Morton, former Al-Qaeda recruiter in the US

Episode 106 – A fascinating conversation with Jesse Morton, former to Al Qaeda recruiter in the US

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Radio interview

Intelligence veteran remembers the 9/11 terrorist attacks, 20 years later

“There has been hints and warnings”

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Canadian Intelligence Eh!

Suzanne Raine – Is there a terrorist calm before the next terrorist storm?

Episode 99 – Phil Gurski talks to former UK FCO official Suzanne Raine on why vigilance is the better strategy.

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May Today in Terrorism

May 29, 2004: Al Khobar bombings in Saudi Arabia

On May 29, 2004 Islamist terrorists attacked a residential complex in the Saudi port industrial city of Al Khobar, killing 22 and wounding another 25