OSAMA BIN LADEN  
a.k.a. BIN LADIN, OSAMA BIN MUHAMMAD BIN AWAD
a.k.a. AL QA'IDA; a.k.a. ISLAMIC ARMY; a.k.a. THE BASE




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`ABBAS, Mazhar. [comp.]. - Usamah bin Ladin. - Karaci [Pakistan]: Shandar Buk Ha'us, 2001. - 208 p., ill., 22 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography--Press Coverage - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography--Press Coverage.
LC 2001310580.


ABUKHALIL, As'ad. - Bin Laden, Islam and America's new "War on terrorism." - New York [N.Y., U.S.A.]: Seven Stories Press, (An Open Media Book), ©2002. - 106 p., cover page, bibliography p. 105-106, 18 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - United States--Foreign Relations--Islamic Countries.
ISBN 1583224920.


ALEXANDER, Yonah. - SWETNAM, Michael S. - Usama bin Laden's al-Qaida: profile of a terrorist network. - Ardsley [N.Y., U.S.A.]: Transnational Publishers, 2001. - 1 Vol. (160 p., with various pagings), cover page, ill., bibliogr., 23 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - al-Qaida (Organization) - Terrorism - Terrorists - Violence--Religious Aspects--Islam - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam.
ISBN 1571052194; LC 2001027881.


__________. - __________. - Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida: profiel van een terroristisch netwerk. (Vert. uit het Engels: Hans van den Broek, [et al.].; red: Asterisk*). - [Baarn, Netherlands]: Tirion, ©2001. - 160 p., "Noten" p. 153-158, 21 cm.
Translation of: Usama bin Laden's al-Qaida: profile of a terrorist network. (English-Dutch)

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - al-Qaida (Organization) - Terrorism - Terrorists - Violence--Religious Aspects--Islam - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam.
ISBN 9043903256; BN B0115603.


__________. - Bin Laden kwa Al-K'aida: kajang chonghwak hago kongjonghan pogoso. (Kim Pyong-guk omgim; Kim Chae-hui Arabo, Isullam munhwa haesol). - Soul-si [South Korea]: Tong Asia, 2001. - 298 p., ill., bibliography p. 262-268, 23 cm.
Translation of: Usama bin Laden's al-Qaida: profile of a terrorist network. (English-Korean).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - al-Qaida (Organization) - Terrorism - Terrorists - Violence--Religious Aspects--Islam - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam.
ISBN 8988165195.


AS`AD, Khalid Khalil. - Muqatil min Makkah: al-qissah al-kamilah li-Usamah ibn Ladin. - Landan: al-I`Iam lil-Nashr, 2000. - 388 p., bibliography p. 377-380, 23 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Religious Aspects--Islam--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Jihad.
LC 2001301715.


BERGEN, Peter L. - Holy war, Inc.: inside the secret world of Osama bin Laden. - New York [N.Y., U.S.A.]: Free Press, 2001. ix+300 p., cover page, map, bibliogr., index, 25 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Terrorism--Government Policy--United States - Jihad.
ISBN 0743205022; LC 2001054732.


__________. - Holy war, Inc.: inside the secret world of Osama bin Laden. (Large print edition). - Waterville [ME., U.S.A.]: G. K. Hall, 2002.
Originally published: New York [N.Y., U.S.A.]: Free Press, 2001.

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Terrorism--Government Policy--United States - Jihad.
ISBN 0786240350; LC 200159397.

__________. - Guerra santa, S.A.: la red terrorista de Osama bin Laden. - México [Mexico]: Grijalbo Mondadori, 2001. - 364 p., 1 map, bibliogr., 23 cm.
Translation of: Holy war, Inc. (English-Spanish).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Terrorism--Government Policy--United States - Jihad.
ISBN 9700514161.


__________. - Heiliger Krieg Inc.: Osama bin Ladens Terrornetz. (Aus dem Engl. von Friedrich Griese). - Berlin [Germany]: Siedler, 2001. - 346 p., cover page, 22 cm.
Translation of: Holy war, Inc. (English-German).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Terrorism--Government Policy--United States - Jihad.
ISBN 3886807525.


BLANC, Florent. - Ben Laden et l'Amérique. - [Paris, France]: Bayard, ©2001. - 241 p., cover page, bibliography p. 225-[238], 21 cm.
Originally published as author's thesis--Institut d'études politiques, Grenoble, France, 2001.

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorism--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--United States - International Terrorism.
ISBN 2227470569; LC 2002419384.


BODANSKY, Yossef. - Bin Laden: the man who declared war on America. - Rocklin [Calif., U.S.A.]: Forum, 1999. - xxiii+439 p., cover page, maps, bibliography p. 413-417, index, 24 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 0761519688; LC 99030318.


__________. - Bin Laden: el hombre que declaró la guerra a Estados Unidos. (Traducción: Fernando Álvarez del Castillo, Gerardo Hernández Clark, Enrique Mercado, Margarita Montes and Catalina Sherwell). - México [Mexico]: Aguilar, 2001. - 555 p., 24 cm.
Translation of: Bin Laden: the man who declared war on America. (English-Spanish).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 9681909283.


__________. - Osama bin Laden: czlowiek, który wypowiedzial wojne Ameryce. (Przelozyli Marek Mastalerz, Maciejka Mazan). - Warszawa [Poland]: Pr'oszy'nski i S-ka, 2001. - 328 p., 24 cm.
Translation of: Bin Laden: the man who declared war on America. (English-Polish).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 8373370528.


BRISARD, Jean-Charles. - DASQUIÉ, Guillaume. - Ben Laden: la vérité interdite. - Paris [France]: Editions Denoel, (Impacts), ©2001. - 332 p., ill., facsims., 21 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography.
ISBN 2207253201; LC 2002387246.


__________. - __________. - Forbidden truth. - New York City [N.Y., U.S.A.]: Thunder's Mouth Press, 2002. cover page.
Translation of: Ben Laden: la vérité interdite. (French-English).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Petroleum Industry and Trade--Government Policy--United States - September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001--Causes - Terrorism--Government Policy--United States - United States--Foreign Relations--Afghanistan - United States--Foreign Relations--2001-....
ISBN 1560254149; LC 2002072431.


CHEVALÉRIAS, Alain. - La guerre infernale: le montage Ben Laden et ses conséquences. - Monaco [Principauté de Monaco]: Editions du Rocher, (Documents), ©2001. - 215 p., cover page, 23 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Qaida (Organization) - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad - United States--Foreign Relations, 1989-....
ISBN 2268042103; LC 2002387388.


COOLSAET, Rik. - Le mythe al-Qaida. Le terrorisme symptôme d'une société malade. (Préface par Louis Michel et Olivier Roy). - Bierges [Belgium]: Editions Mols, (Autres regards), 2004. - 168 p., 20 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Qaida (Organization) - Terrorism--Historical Aspects.
ISBN 2874020648.


CORBIN, Jane. - Al Qaeda: in search of the terror network that shook the world. - New York [N.Y., U.S.A.]: Thunder Mouth Press/Nation Books, 2002. cover page.
War on Terrorism, 2001-.... - September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 - Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Qaida (Organization).
ISBN 1560254262; LC 2002071983; OCLC 49936140.


FALCONI, Fabrizio. - SETTE, Antonello. - Osama bin Laden: il terrore dell'Occidente. - Roma [Italy]: Fazi, 2001. - 145 p., 19 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography.
ISBN 8881123118.


GAUHAR, Auranzeb. - Usamah bin Ladin: ek mutala`ah: dunya'e samraj kekhilaf ubharti shakhsiyyat. - Lahaur [Pakistan]: Dastan Pablikeshanz, 1998. - 104 p., ill., 22 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-....--Exile--Afghanistan - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
LC 98930873.


GERTZ, Bill. - Breakdown: how America's intelligence failures led to September 11. - Washington [D.C., U.S.A.]: Regnery Publishing, Inc., ©2002. cover page.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Qaida (Organization) - Intelligence Service--United States--Evaluation - World Trade Center Bombing, (New York, N.Y., U.S.A.), 1993 - Terrorism--United States.
ISBN 0895261480; LC 2002008303.


GOOBAR, Walter. - Osama bin Laden: el banquero del terror. - Buenos Aires [Argentina]: Sudamericana, 2001. - 250 p., 23 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-....
ISBN 9500722151.


GUENDOUZ, Omar. - Les soldats perdus de l'islam: Les réseaux français de Ben Laden. - Paris [France]: Ramsay, 2002. - 139 p.
France--Islamic Terrorism.
C-2002.


GUNARATNA, Rohan. - Inside Al Qaeda: global network of terror. - New York [N.Y., U.S.A.]: Columbia University Press, 2002. - xiii+271 p., cover page, bibliography p. 243-261, index, 23 cm.
Terrorism - Qaida (Organization).
ISBN 0231126921; LC 2002019981; OCLC 49225508.


__________. - Al-Qaida: Au coeur du premier réseau terroriste mondial. (Traduit de l'anglais par Laurent Bury). - [Paris, France]: Editions AutrementFrontières, 2002. - 291 p., cover page, bibliogr., 23 cm.
Translation of: Inside Al Qaeda: global network of terror. (English-French).

Terrorism - Qaida (Organization).
ISBN 2746702320.


HUSAINI, Adian. - Jihad Osama versus Amerika. Jakarta [Indonesia]: Gema Insani, (Seri buku karya penulis dalam negeri), 2001. - xiv+191 p., ill., bibliogr., 21 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 9795617370; LC 2001412426.


INTERNATIONAL CRISIS GROUP. - Bin Laden and the Balkans: the politics of anti-terrorism. - Belgrade [Yugoslavia]; Brussels [Belgium]: International Crisis Group, (ICG Balkans Report; 119), 2001. ii+37 p., map, bibliogr., 28 cm.
Terrorists--Balkans Peninsula - Terrorism--Government Policy--Balkans Peninsula.
WorldCat 20011127.


ISMA`IL, Jamal `Abd al-Latif. - Bin Ladin wa-al-Jazirah wa--ana. - [S.l.]: Dar al-Hurriyah, 2001. - 318 p., 22 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-....--Interviews - Zawahiri, Ayman--Interviews - al-Qaida (Organization) - Muslims--Interviews - Panislamism - Jihad - Islam and Politics.
LC 2001304630.


__________. - Bin Ladin wa-al-Jazirah wa--ana. - London [G.B.]: al-Marsad al-I`lami al-Islami, 2001. - 318 p., 22 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-....--Interviews - Zawahiri, Ayman--Interviews - al-Qaida (Organization) - Muslims--Interviews - Panislamism - Jihad - Islam and Politics.
LC 2001531227.


JACQUARD, Roland. - Au nom d'Oussama Ben Laden: dossier secret sur le terroriste le plus recherché du monde. - Paris [France]: Jean Picollec, ©2001. - 399+[12] p., cover page, ill., ports., facsims., "Annexes" p. [295]-385, index, 21 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 2864771837; LC 2001463591; OCLC 48053460.


__________. En nombre de Osama Ben Laden: las redes secretas del terrorismo islámico. (Traducción: Juana Bignozzi, Marta García, Rosa Martínez). México, Mexico: Salvat, 2001. 373 p., ill., bibliogr., index, 21 cm.
Translation of: Au nom d'Oussama Ben Laden. (French-Spanish).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 9706114548.


__________. In the name of Osama bin Laden: global terrorism and the bin Laden brotherhood. (Samia Serageldin, consulting editor; George Holoch, translator). Durham, N.C., U.S.A.: Duke University Press, 2002. xii+293 p, cover page, ill., bibliography p. [276]-287, index, 24 cm.
Revised, updated English translation of: Au nom d'Oussama Ben Laden. (French-English).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 0822329778; 0822329913; LC 2001008513.


__________. Die Akte Osama Bin Laden: das geheime Dossier über den meistgesuchten Terroristen der Welt. München, Germany: List, 2001. 365+[12] p., cover page, ill.
Translation of: Au nom d'Oussama Ben Laden. (French-German).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 3471794689.


__________. Die Akte Osama Bin Laden: das geheime Dossier über den meistgesuchten Terroristen der Welt. (Aus dem Franz. von Carola Bartsch; ungekürzte Lizenzausg.). [Rheda-Wiedenbrück; Gütersloh, Germany]: RM-Buch-und-Medien-Vertrieb, 2001. 365 p., ill., 22 cm.
Translation of: Au nom d'Oussama Ben Laden. (French-German).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Muslims--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
C-2002.


__________. Les archives secrètes d'Al Qaida. Paris, France: Jean Picollec, 2002. 350 p., cover page.
Qaida (Organizations)--Sources.
ISBN 2864771926.


__________.; NASPLÈZES, Dominique. Fatwa contre l'occident. Paris, France: Albin Michel, ©1998. 274+[8]+[82] p., cover page, facsims., ports., [82] p. of "documents", 23 cm.
Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 2226105700.


KATZ, Samuel M. Relentless pursuit: the DSS and the manhunt for the al-Qaeda terrorists. New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: Forge/Tom Doherty Associates, 2002. 299+[8] p., ill., bibliography p. 291-297, 25 cm.
Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Terrorism--United States--Prevention - Yousef, Ramzi Ahmed - Qaida (Organization) - United States. Department of State. Diplomatic Security Service.
ISBN 0765304023; LC 2002283140; OCLC 49788756.


KHALIFAH, `Abd Allah. Usamah bin Ladin bayna al-jihad wa-al-irhab. al-Kuwayt, Kuwait: Dar al-Hadath, 2001. 115 p., ill., 20 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-....
ISBN 977286133X.


LABÉVIÈRE, Richard. Les dollars de la terreur: les Etats-Unis et les islamistes. Paris, France: Grasset, 1999. 433 p., maps, bibliogr., 24 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Taliban--Finance - Terrorism--Government Policy--United States - Terrorism--Kenya--Nairobi - Terrorism--Tanzania--Dar-es-Salaam - Terrorism--Islamic Countries--Finance.
ISBN 2246569117; LC 99210592.


__________. Dollars for terror: the United States and Islam. (Translated by Martin DeMers). New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: Algora Publishing, ©2000. 393 p., 7 maps, 23 cm.
Translation of: Les dollars de la terreur. (French-English).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Taliban--Finance - Terrorism--Government Policy--United States - Terrorism--Kenya--Nairobi - Terrorism--Tanzania--Dar-es-Salaam - Terrorism--Islamic Countries--Finance.
ISBN 1892941066; LC 00008415.


LANDAU, Elaine. Osama bin Laden: a war against the West. Brookfield, Conn., U.S.A.: Twenty-First Century Books, 2002. 144 p., cover page, ill., ports., bibliography p. 140, index, 24 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Biography--Juvenile Literature - Terrorism--Juvenile Literature - Terrorists - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 0761317090; LC 2001041465.


__________. Oussama Ben Laden: en guerre contre l'Occident. (Traduit de l'américain par Jean Chapdelaine Gagnon et Nathalie G. Martin). Montréal, Canada: Libre Expression, 2001. 209+[7] p., ill., port., bibliography p. 209-[210], 21 cm.
Translation of: Osama bin Laden: a war against the West. (English-French).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Biography - Terrorism - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 2891119630; BC 20019416180.


__________. Osama bin Laden: el terrorismo del sigla XXI. (Traducción de Gerardo Di Masso). Barcelona, Spain: Planeta, 2001. 150 p., ill., bibliogr., 23 cm.
Translation of: Osama bin Laden: a war against the West. (English-Spanish).

Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Biography - Terrorism - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam - Jihad.
ISBN 8408041622.


LAWINDI, Sa`id. Dularat al-irhab: shabakat tamwil al-irhab fi al-`alam. Madinat al-Sadis min Uktubir [Cairo, Egypt]: Nahdat Misr lil-Tiba`ah wa-al-Nashr wa-al-Tawzi`, [2000]. 295 p., bibliography p. 290-291, 21 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorism--United States - Terrorism--Middle East - United States--Foreign Relations--Middle East.
ISBN 9771412116; LC 00285449.


__________. Dularat al-irhab: shabakat tamwil al-irhab fi al-`alam. [Usamah bin Ladin wa-tafjirat Amrika]. Al-Qahirah: Dar Nahdat Misr, 2002. 323 p., bibliography p. 318-319, 20 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorism--Finance - Terrorism--United States - Terrorism--Middle East - United States--Foreign Relations--Middle East.
ISBN 977141688X; WorldCat 20020114.


MACKO, Steve. [et al.]. Osama Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda: compendium of reports by the EmergencyNet News Service, analysis by the Emergency Response & Research Institute (ERRI), February 1997 to February 1999. Chicago, IL., U.S.A.: Emergency Response & Research Institute, 1999. 71 p., col. port., (includes 17 articles), bibliogr., 28 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorism--Media Coverage - Terrorists--Media Coverage.
WorldCat 20010213.


NADDAF, `Imad. Usamah bin Ladin: wahid min milyar. Dimashq, Syria; Bayrut, Lebanon: Dar al-Rashid; Mu'asassat al-Iman, 1998. 188 p., ill., bibliography p. 185-188, 24 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam.
LC 99899132.


POHLY, Michael.; DURAN, Khalid. Osama bin Laden und der internationale Terrorismus. (Mit einem Vorwort von Rolf Tophoven). München, B.R.D.: Ullstein, (Ullstein; 36346), 2001. 111+[8] p., cover page, 13 col. ill., 18 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-....
ISBN 3548363466.


REEVE, Simon. The new jackals: Ramzi Yousef, Osama Bin Laden and the future of terrorism. Boston, Mass., U.S.A.: Northeastern University Press, ©1999. 294 p., ill., bibliogr. p. 276-280, index, 25 cm.
Also published: London, G.B.: André Deutsch, 1999.

Yousef, Ramzi Ahmed - Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - World Trade Center Bombing, New York, N.Y., 1993 - Terrorism--New York (State)--New York.
ISBN 1555534074; LC 99037245.


__________. The new jackals: Ramzi Yousef, Osama Bin Laden and the future of terrorism. London, G.B.: André Deutsch, 1999. 294+[16] p., ill., ports., bibliogr. p. 276-280, index, 24 cm.
Also published: Boston, Mass., U.S.A.: Northeastern University Press, 1999.

Yousef, Ramzi Ahmed - Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - World Trade Center Bombing, New York, N.Y., 1993 - Terrorism--New York (State)--New York.
ISBN 0233996184.


__________. Saeroun chonjaeng: Bin Laden chojik kwa mirae ui t'ero. (Hwang Ui-bang, Han Yong-t'ak omgim). Soul-si, South Korea: Chungsim, 2001. 424 p., ill., bibliogr., 23 cm.
Translation of: The new jackals. (English-Korean).

Yousef, Ramzi Ahmed - Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - World Trade Center Bombing, New York, N.Y., 1993 - Terrorism--New York (State)--New York.
ISBN 8989524121.


ROBINSON, Adam. Bin Laden: behind the mask of the terrorist. Edinburgh, G.B.: Mainstream, 2001. 288 p., cover page, 20 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia--Biography - Terrorism--Religious Aspects--Islam.
ISBN 184018597X; LC 2001391519.


SAGAR, Tariq Isma'il. Usamah bin Ladin: ik shakhs ik tahrik. Lahaur, Pakistan: Sagar Pablisharz, 1998. 216 p., bibliogr. p. 216, 22 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Terrorists--Saudi Arabia - Afghanistan--History, 1989-.... - Afghanistan--Foreign Relations--United States.
LC 98930872.


SHARMA, Rajeev. Pak proxy war: a story of ISI, bin Laden, and Kargil. (Foreword by N. C. Suri). New Delhi, India: Kaveri Books, 1999. 223 p., index, 23 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Pakistan. Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) - Kargil (India)--Military History - India--Military Relations--Pakistan.
ISBN 8174790357; LC 99940580.


Le spectre du terrorisme: déclarations, interviews et témoignages sur Oussama Ben Laden. Paris, France: Editions Sfar, 2002. 237 p., 22 cm
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - United States--Military Politics.
ISBN 2951193688.


STOKER, Joseph M. Assassination: a tool to counter Osama Bin Laden and other transnational terrorists? Carlisle Barracks, PA., U.S.A.: U.S. Army War College, (USAWC Strategy Research Project; AD-A363.926), 1999. vi+24 p., bibliography p. 23-24, 28 cm.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Assassination--Government Policy--United States - Terrorism--Prevention - Terrorists--Government Policy--United States.
WorldCat 19990707.


UNITED STATES. CONGRESS. HOUSE. COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. Al-Qaeda and the global reach of terrorism: hearing before the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Seventh Congress, first session, October 3, 2001. Washington, D.C., U.S.A.: U.S. Government Printing Office, (Serial; 107-50), 2001. iii+71 p., 23 cm.
War on Terrorism, 2001-.... - Terrorism--Prevention - International Offenses - Qaida (Organization).
ISBN 0160667224; OCLC 49052880.


__________. __________. SENATE. COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS. SUBCOMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS AND TERRORISM. The global reach of al-Qaeda: hearing before the Subcommittee on International Operations and Terrorism of the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, first session, December 18, 2001. Washington, D.C., U.S.A.: U. S. Government Printing Office, (Senate Hearings; 107-390), 2002. iii+32 p., 24 cm.
On-line document: Text version - PDF Version. Adobe Acrobat Required

Terrorism - Terrorism--United States--Prevention - War on Terrorism, 2001-.... - Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Qaida (Organization).
ISBN 0160670810; LC 2002410655; OCLC 49713632.


__________. __________. __________. __________. What's next in the war on terrorism? : hearing before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, second session, February 7, 2002. Washington, D.C., U.S.A.: Government Printing Office, [Congressional Sales Office], (Senate Hearings; 107-417), 2002. iii+45 p., bibliogr., 24 cm.
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Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Qaida (Organization) - War on Terrorism, 2001-.... - Terrorism--United States--Prevention - National Security--United States - Terrorism--Middle East.
ISBN 0160683777; LC 2002418463; OCLC 49870544.


__________. DISTRICT COURT. SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK. United States of America v. Usama Bin Laden, et al., Defendants. New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: District Court, Southern District of New York, [February 5, 2001 to April 3, 2001). 3800 p.
Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-....--Trial (Terrorism)--United States--New York.

__________. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION. Usama Bin Laden: Reward of $25 million and an additional $2 million : http://www.fbi.gov/mostwant/topten/fugitives/laden.htm - The 22 Most Wanted Terrorists : http://www.fbi.gov/mostwant/terrorists/fugitives.htm


THESIS, (DISSERTATIONS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.)

KRECKOVSKY, Melanie J. Training for terror: a case study of al-Qaida. Thesis (M. S.)--Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA., U.S.A., 2002. xiv+116 p., ill., 28 cm.
On-line document: PDF version. Adobe Acrobat Required. (319 KB)

Terrorism - Terrorism--Prevention.
OCLC 49948019.



JOURNAL ARTICLES, (PERIODICALS, NEWSPAPERS, ETC.)

"The US--Washington Believes it has a Case for the Indictment of Usama bin Laden: the Taliban, Somalis and Saudis are not so Sure." Middle East International, 588 (1988), p. 10.

"Usama Bin Laden: Man and Myth." Middle East International, 531 (1996), p. 16.

"Bin Laden Hit on 238 Counts: U.S. Says his Organization Sought to Obtain Components of Nuclear and Chemical Weapons." Aviation Week & Space Technology, 149:20 (1998), p. 33.

"Saudi Millionaire Bin Laden Indicted in U.S. Embassy Blasts." Facts on File, 58:3023 (1998), pp. 810-811.

"Terror Times Two." Newsweek, 132 (August 17, 1998), pp. 22-28.

"Osama Bin Laden: All Eyes are on the Prime Suspect." Time, (August 24, 1998), pp. 51-53.

"A Case of Mistaken Identity?: No On-the-Spot Way to Confirm Sudanese Factory Made Chemical Weapons." The Economist, 348:8083 (August 29, 1998), pp. 43-44. [ISSN 0013-0613]
The U.S. attack on a Sudanese pharmaceuticals factory on August 20, 1998, has aroused general skepticism, but the Sudanese government, which has alienated many of its neighbors, is finding that it has few friends who are willing to rally to its defense. Sudan invited the UN to inspect the ruins, but it refused, and the Arab region has failed to proffer its unconditional solidarity, instead preserving a mostly embarrassed silence. The Americans claim that they cannot produce evidence without compromising their sources and that the factory was linked to Osama bin Laden, the Saudi dissident.

"Today's New Cult Hero." The Economist, 348:8083 (August 29, 1998), p. 44. [ISSN 0013-0613]
The exiled Saudi millionaire, Osama bin Laden, branded by the U.S. as a terrorist mastermind, is gaining stature as a cult hero to many of his more devout countrymen. Although few Arabs approved of the bombing of American embassies in East Africa, most were appalled by the U.S.'s reaction. Although Sudan now commands the attention of the Arab League, it is Bin Laden who is the focus of growing fascination among ordinary Arabs. His survival following a devastating attack of his Afghan base by the world's only superpower enhances his stature, and everyone in the region wants to know who he is and what he stands for.

"Terror: The Hunt for Osama Bin Laden. The Feds have been Shadowing the Saudi's Radical Network for Years. So why couldn't they Stop the Africa Bombings?" Time, (December 21, 1998), pp. 32-37.

"Plots and Super-Plots: Claims Osama Bin Laden Was Behind Kidnappings in Yemen." The Economist, 350:8101 (January 9, 1999), p. 43. [ISSN 0013-0613]
The international inquiry into the kidnapping of 16 tourists in Yemen on December 28, 1998, has raised the specter of anti-Western terrorism. Although Yemeni tribesmen have kidnapped more than 100 Westerners over the past six years, these men did not belong to any particular tribe and declared themselves devout Muslims. Some Yemeni journalists believe that the idea of an international conspiracy behind the December kidnapping is simply a government ploy to save it from embarrassment over the kidnapper's links with the authorities. However, Western diplomats in Yemen appear to give some credence to the international-conspiracy theory.

"Terrorism: A Time Interview with Osama Bin Laden." Time, (January 11, 1999), pp. 38-39.

"Bin Laden Speaks." Newsweek, 133:2 (1999), pp. 36-37.

"Through a Glass Darkly: Rocket Attacks, Sanctions and Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations." The Economist, 353:8146 (November 20, 1999), p. 44. [ISSN 0013-0613]
On November 12, 1999, six rockets were fired in Islamabad, Pakistan, close to the American embassy, an American library, and a building that houses some UN offices, and the rockets are widely suspected to be the work of a group loyal to Osama bin Laden. The U.S. believes that bin Laden, who lives in Afghanistan, was behind the bombing of two American embassies in East Africa in 1998 and want him to face trial. However, the Taliban government in Afghanistan has refused to give in to U.S. demands to hand bin Laden over, and the UN has imposed sanctions on Afghanistan as a result of U.S. pressure. If bin Laden's involvement, or indeed that of any other Afghan organization, in the rocket attack is proven, worries about Pakistan's internal security would be intensified.

"Sanctions Add to Kabul's Hardships. Taliban Still Shelters Bin Laden." U.S. News & World Report, 127:22 (December 6, 1999), p. 58.

"A Parting Shot at Osama Bin Laden?: Clinton's Team Weights the Options." U.S. News & World Report, 129:23 (December 11, 2000), p. 50-51.

AHMED, Akbar. "World Without Honour?" The World Today, 54:10 (October 1998), pp. 246-248. [ISSN 0043-9134]
Islam and Politics--International Aspects - Terrorism--Anti-Terrorist Measures - Clinton, Bill, 1946-....--Sex Scandals - Osama Bin Laden - United States--Foreign Relations--Islamic Countries.

ASFOUR, Gaber. "Osama Bin Laden: Financier of "Desert" Islam." New Perspectives Quarterly: NPQ, 15:4 (Summer 1998), p. 39.

BARRY, John.; DICKEY, Christopher.; LEVINE, Steve. "Terror: The Real Bin Laden." Newsweek, 133:9 (1999), pp. 40-43.

BRENNAN, Maureen F. "Avoiding Anarchy: Bin Laden Terrorism, the US Response, and the Role of Customary in Law." Louisiana Law Review, 59:4 (1999), pp. 1195-1124.

CAMERON, Gavin. "Multi-Track Microproliferation: Lessons from Aum Shinrikyo and Al-Qaida." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 22 (October-December 1999), pp. 277-309. [ISSN 1057-610X; SocialSciAbs]
The writer compares the proliferation activities of the substate groups al Qaida, which is Osama bin Laden's organization, and Aum Shinrikyo, a Japanese cult. He contends that although the two organizations have different motivations and organizational structures, they both pursued a similar multi-track strategy in their attempts to acquire weapons of mass destruction. He examines the efforts of al Qaida and Aum Shinrikyo to obtain weapons of mass destruction. He suggests that the similarities in the methods that the two groups used in pursuit of the weapons are largely a consequence of their respective financial resources. He argues that al Qaida and Aum Shinrikyo provide important lessons for governmental efforts to counter future microproliferation. He asserts that given that both organizations continue to represent a proliferation threat, continued vigilance toward them is essential.

CLAY, James. "The U.S. and the Bin Laden Bogey." Middle East International, 620 (March 10, 2000), pp. 22-23.

DAVIS, Anthony. "Targeting Bin Laden." Asiaweek, 24 (September 4, 1998), pp. 32-35.

DUNN, Michael Collins. "Usama Bin Laden: The Nature of the Challenge." Middle East Policy 6:2 (1998), p. 23.

DUTEIL, Mireille.; WEBER, Olivier. "Ben Laden, le milliardaire diabolique." Le Point, 1513 (14 Septembre 2001), pp. 28-31.
Choisi par les Saoudiens pour faire face aux athées communistes en Afghanistan, soutenu par les dons d'associations islamiques, soutenu par les Etats-Unis via les services secrets pakistanais, il profite de cette situation pour créer des camps d'entraînement, qui après le départ des russes d'Afghanistan en 1989, formeront la base d'une structure, Al-Qa'ida, destinée à renverser les régimes arabes conservateurs ou progressistes impies et corrompus à ses yeux.

EDWARDS, David B. "Bin Laden's Last Stand." Anthropological Quarterly, 75:1 (Winter 2001), pp. 179-183. [ISSN 0003-5491]
Osama Bin Laden - Great Britain--Armed Forces--Afghanistan--History - India--History--British Occupation, 1765-1947 - Afghanistan--History--Anti-Terrorist Operations, 2001-....

EMERSON, Steven. "Inside the Osama Bin Laden Investigation." Journal of Counterterrorism & Security International, 5 (Fall 1998), pp. 16-26.

__________. "Osama Bin Laden's Special Operations Man." Journal of Counterterrorism & Security International, 5 (Fall 1998), pp. 28-29.

FISK, Robert. "Talks with Osama Bin Laden: From "Freedom Fighter" to "America's Public Enemy No. 1." The Nation, 267:8 (1998), pp. 24-26.

HENDRICKSON, Ryan C. "American War Powers and Terrorists: The Case of Usama Bin Laden." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 23:3 (July-September 2000), pp. 161-174. [ISSN 1057-610X]
The writer examines the attacks against Usama Bin Laden, developer and overseer of a network of Islamic terrorist organizations, focusing on the interplay between Congress and President Bill Clinton before and after the attacks. He discusses the War Powers Act, with particular emphasis on the president's constitutional responsibilities in relation to a military response to terrorism. He discusses former president Ronald Reagan's strike on Lybian leader Muammar Qaddafi, and he considers the Clinton administration and the extraordinary level of war powers interplay that took place in August 1998. He contends that the strikes against Bin Laden should not be viewed as a model of future adherence to the Constitution or the War Powers Act when combating terrorists.

HOFFMAN, Bruce. "Case Study: The Embassy Bombings, Bin Laden and WMD." in: Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction: An Analysis of Trends and Motivations. Santa Monica, CA., U.S.A.: Rand, 1999, pp. 29-33.

HOWARD, Roger. "Entertaining Osama: Testing the Limits of Taliban Hospitality." Jane's Intelligence Review, 10 (November 1998), pp. 14-16.

ISMAIL, Jamal. "I Am Not Afraid of Death." Newsweek, 133 (January 11, 1999), pp. 36-37.

KOLKER, Robert. "O'Neill Versus Osama." New York, 34:48 (December 17, 2001), pp. 30-34+. [ISSN 0028-7369]
Until last Aug. John O'Neill had been the FBI's top expert on Al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden, a lead investigator of the USS Cole and African embassy bombings; however, when he died it became clear that his own life contained as many mysteries as his enemy's. O'Neill's life and career are profiled.

LEADER, Stefan H. "Osama bin Laden and the Terrorist Search for WMD." Jane's Intelligence Review, 11:6 (June 1999), pp. 34-37.
United States--Terrorism - Bin Laden, Osama--Military Procurement Project--Weapons of Mass Destruction - Perceptions of Threat - Military Threat Assessment - Biological Agents - Chemical Warfare Agents - Nuclear Weapons - Religious Fundamentalism.

LEWIS, Bernard. "License to Kill: Usama bin Ladin's Declaration of Jihad." Foreign Affairs, 77:6 (November-December 1998), pp. 14-19. [ISSN 0015-7120]
On February 23, 1998, Al-Quds al-Arabi, a London-based Arabic newspaper, published a "Declaration of the World Islamic Front for Jihad against the Jews and the Crusaders." According to the paper, it was signed by Saudi financier Osama bin Laden and leaders of militant Islamist groups in Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Egypt. Quoting the more militant passages in the Koran and the sayings of the prophet Muhammad, the declaration states that the United States has committed crimes that amount to a declaration of war by the Americans against God, his prophet, and the Muslims. In such a situation, the statement declares, jihad becomes every Muslim's personal obligation. For many Muslims, the declaration is an outrageous travesty of the nature of Islam and even of its principle of jihad. Nevertheless, some Muslims are prepared for approve and apply the declaration's extreme interpretation of their religion, and terrorism requires only a few. The writer discusses American involvement in the Arabian peninsula.

LIVINGSTONE, Neil C. "A Threat to America's Very Existence: Osama Bin Laden is the First, and Will not Be the Last, in a Long Line of International Terrorists who See the United States as their Primary Target." Sea Power, 42:5 (May 1, 1999), p. 49.

MAWSILILI, Ahmad. "Bin Laden, Usama." in: Historical Dictionary of Islamic Fundamentalist Movements in the Arab World, Iran, and Turkey. Lanham, MD., U.S.A.: Scarecrow Press, 1999, pp. 41-42.

MILLER, John. "Greetings, America: My Name is Osama Bin Laden." Esquire, 131:2 (February 1, 1999), p. 96-103+.

MIR, Hamid. "Osama Claims he has Nukes: If US Uses N-Arms it Will Get same Response." Dawn the Internet, (November 10, 2001).

MURPHY, Sean D. "Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law: Efforts to Obtain Custody of Osama Bin Laden." The American Journal of International Law, 94:2 (2000), pp. 366-367.

NIDA'UL ISLAM. "Mujahid Usamah Bin Ladin Talks Exclusively to "Nida'ul Islam" About 'The New Powder Keg in the Middle East'." Nida'ul Islam, 15 (October-November 1996).

PODHORETZ, Norman. "How to Win World War IV." Commentary, 113:2 (February 2002), pp. 19-29. [ISSN 0010-2601]
Terrorism--Anti-Terrorist Measures - Islamic Fundamentalism - Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Al Qaeda (Organization) - Middle East--Politics and Government - United States--Foreign Relations--Middle East.

RANSTORP, Magnus. "Interpreting the Broader Context and Meaning of Bin-Laden's Fatwa: Declaration of Jihad." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 21:4 (October-December 1998), pp. 321-330. [ISSN 1057-610X]
The writer examines the wider meaning and context of the fatwa issued by Usamah Bin-Laden and a coalition of four other Islamic movements on February 22, 1988. He contends that this fatwa, when taken together with the content of Bin-Laden's "Declaration of War" in 1996, is neither revolutionary nor unique to wider Muslim concerns but is instead part and parcel of a wider conflict over sacred authority in Saudi Arabia and over the ongoing U.S. military presence on the Arabian peninsula. He focuses on each of these three issues, together with the way that the fatwa reveals vital factors behind the behavior of Bin-Laden and other Islamic revolutionaries.

RASHID, Ahmed. "Heart of Darkness: Taliban's Support of Islamic Militants Threatens Uzbekistan, Iran, Pakistan, and China." Far Eastern Economic Review, 162:31 (August 5, 1999), pp. 8-12. [ISSN 0014-7591; SocialSciAbs]]
Part of a special section on Afghanistan and the threat it poses to Asia. Desperate for manpower and moral support, the Taliban have embraced Islamic militants of diverse nationalities to join them on the front lines. Perhaps the best-know of these is Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden, who according to the U.S. masterminded the 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa. Also finding sanctuary with the Taliban are armed insurgents accused to terrorist attacks in China, Iran, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Pakistan. The diverse groups have their own agenda, but some share bin Laden's ambition for a global Islamic revolution. The subsequent web of dangerous friendships threatens to export instability throughout the mineral-rich and commercially under-exploited hinterland of Central Asia. An equally menacing by-product is the criminal economy supported by the Taliban.

__________. "Hitting the Target: Terror Attacks Highlight Pakistan's Problematic Ties With Afghanistan's Taliban." Far Eastern Economic Review, 162:47 (November 25, 1999), pp. 20-21. [ISSN 0014-7591]
Terrorism--Pakistan - Islam and Politics--Pakistan - Osama Bin Laden - Taliban (Afghanistan) - Pakistan--Foreign Relations--Afghanistan - Pakistan--Armed Forces--Political Activities.

__________. "Epicentre of Terror: Afghanistan is the New Breeding Ground for Global Terrorism." Far Eastern Economic Review, 163:19 (May 11, 2000), pp. 16-18. [ISSN 0014-7591; SocialSciAbs]
The U.S. believes that Afghanistan is a new breeding ground for international terrorism, and it has now joined Russia and China in trying to combat the threat. The National Security Council predicts that the Taliban regime in Afghanistan will mount a major offensive against the Northern Alliance that controls one-fifth of the country, while Afghanistan-based terrorist Osama bin Laden is expected to mount attacks against U.S. targets. The U.S. has doubled its worldwide budget for counter-terrorism, partly in response to this threat, to $11,1 billion for fiscal 2000, besides the secret budget for the CIA,. Meanwhile, on April 21, interior ministers from Russia, China, Tajikstan, Kazakhstan, and Kirgyzstan promised to join the fight against terrorism.

__________. "Only Allah Knows." Far Eastern Economic Review, 163:45 (November 9, 2000), p. 30. [ISSN 0014-7591]
An interview with a senior leader of the secretive Islamic party Hizb-ut-Tahrir. Topics discussed include the origins of the group; relations with the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU); women's rights and the Taliban; Osama bin Laden and America; and Uzbek president Islam Karimov.

__________. "The Hard Road to Revenge: Response to the USS Cole Bombing." Far Eastern Economic Review, 163:49 (December 7, 2000), pp. 29-30. [ISSN 0014-7591]
The U.S. is looking for an ambitious alliance against Osama bin Laden and his Taliban protectors in retaliation for the suicide-bombing of the USS Cole in Yemen on October 12, 2000. Counter-terrorism experts contend that the best approach may be for Washington to strive to forge an alliance with Russia and three Central Asian states to strike against bin Laden's forces and the Taliban, which controls 95 percent of Afghanistan. Washington is also seeking tougher sanctions being imposed against the Taliban by the UN Security Council. However, a retaliation is bound to trigger an Islamic militant backlash and it could, ultimately, prolong Afghanistan's civil war.

__________. "A Long, Hot Summer Ahead: Central Asia Mobilizes Against Islamic Insurgents."Far Eastern Economic Review, 164:15 (April 19, 2001), pp. 28-30. [ISSN 0014-7591]
The armies of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan have already begun to mobilize to counter what has developed into a seasonal and increasingly powerful Islamic insurgency that is threatening development in the region. The immediate threat is from guerrillas of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), who receive sanctuary from Afghanistan's fundamentalist Islamic Taliban government, and who are thought to have a close relationship with wanted Islamic terrorist chief Osama bin Laden. The main aim of the IMU appears to be toppling of the Uzbek president and the establishment of an Islamic state there, but the group's insurgency threatens all the surrounding countries. However, all the republics' armies suffer from low pay, low morale, and large-scale desertions; and the domestic policies of the governments of the Central Asian republics and their failure to alleviate poverty at home are driving young rural men to join the guerrillas. Furthermore, problems between the republics threaten the chances of a unified response to the IMU.

RICHARD, Alexandra. "La CIA aurait rencontré Ben Laden en juillet." Le Figaro, (31 Octobre 2001), p. 2.
L'ennemi public numéro un aurait été soigné dans l'hôpital américain de Dubaï au début de l'été pour de graves insuffisances rénales. Durant son séjour de 15 jours, le milliardaire saoudien aurait reçu la visite d'un représentant local de la CIA. Cet agent aurait même été informé sur d'éventuels attentats. Ben Laden se serait fait livrer dans son repaire de Kandahar du matériel de dialyse.

SAINT-MARTIN, Emmanuel. "La traque de Ben Laden." Le Point, 1523 (23 Novembre 2001), pp. 52-54.
Les Américains affichent clairement leur intention d'attraper Ben Laden pour échapper au bourbier Afghan. Car déjà les forces anti-talibanes s'entredéchirent.

SARDAR, Ziauddin. "Clinton Provokes a Jihad: Consequences of the U.S. Air Strikes." New Statesman, 127:4400 (August 28, 1998), pp. 8-9. [ISSN 1364-7431]

SIMON, Steven.; BENJAMIN, Daniel. "America and the New Terrorism." Survival, 42:1 (Spring 2000), pp. 59-75. [ISSN 0039-6338]
A new, religiously motivated terrorism that neither relies on the backing of sovereign states nor is constrained by limits on violence emerged in the 1990s. In their bid to inflict damage on a grand scale, some practitioners of the new terrorism try to acquire weapons of mass destruction. Although no single individual shoulders responsibility, the face of the new terrorism belongs to Osama bin Laden, the exiled Saudi who has marshalled a network of operatives in over 50 countries. According to officials in Washington, D.C., religiously motivated terrorism will persist for many years, compelling the U.S. and other nations to develop better means of defence.

SMYTH, Frank. "Culture Clash: Bin Laden, Karthoum and the War Against the West." Jane's Intelligence Review, 10 (October 1998), pp. 22-25.

VISTICA, Gregory L.; KLAIDMAN, Daniel. "Terror: The Bin Laden Team." Newsweek, 132:16 (1998), pp. 46-48.

WALT, Stephen M. "Beyond Bin Laden: Reshaping U.S. Foreign Policy." International Security, 26:3 (Winter 2001-2002), pp. 56-78. [ISSN 0162-2889]
Terrorism--Anti-Terrorist Measures - United States--Foreign Relations.

WATSON, Barry.; BARRY, John. "Our Target Was Terror." Newsweek, 132 (August 31, 2000), pp. 24-29.

WEAVER, Mary Anne. "The Real Bin Laden." The New Yorker, 75 (January 24, 2000), pp. 32-38.

WEDGWOOD, Ruth. "Responding to Terrorism: The Strikes Against Bin Laden." The Yale Journal of International Law, 24:2 (1999), pp. 559-576.

__________. "The Law at War: How Osama Slipped Away." National Interest, 66 (Winter 2001-2002), pp. 69-73. [ISSN 0884-9382]
War (International Law) - Terrorism--Anti-Terrorist Measures - Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-.... - Clinton, Bill, 1946-.... - United States--Foreign Relations.

ZANINI, Michele. "Middle Eastern Terrorism and Netwar." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 22:3 (July-September 1999), pp. 247-256. [ISSN 1057-610X]
Part of a special issue on the idea of netwar across the spectrum of conflict. Middle Eastern terrorist groups such as Hamas, the bin Laden organization, and Egypt's Islamic Group have been most active in recent years and differ from the "classical" terrorist groups established in the 1960s, both in terms of their ideology and in their organizational structures. The newer groups tend to be structured in more decentralized organizational designs, frequently resembling loose networks. The information revolution makes networked structures feasible and effective, and such structures have important implications for anticipating and countering terrorists acts. Given that terrorist groups can use information technology as an enabling factor to allow participation in information-age conflict or netwar, they will, in some cases, have an interest in keeping the Internet up, not down.


LINKS, (ORGANIZATIONS, GOVERNMENTAL, EDUCATIONAL, ETC.)

US DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICEAl Qaeda Training Manual. U.S. Department of Justice, Attorney General John Ashcroft. 2001. 95 p.

US DEPARTMENT OF STATE. BUREAU OF DIPLOMATIC SECURITY International Crime Alert

US GOVERNMENT WEB SITES AGAINST BIN LADEN http://www.usinfo.state.gov/topical/pol/terror/99129502.htm

__________ :  http://www.fbi.gov/contact/fo/nyfo/pressrels/1998/11041998.htm

__________ :  http://www.fbi.gov/majcases/eastafrica/summary.htm

DUDLEY KNOX LIBRARY, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL Terrorist Group Profile

INTERNATIONAL POLICY INSTITUTE FOR COUNTER-TERRORISM Terrorist Group Profile


DOCUMENTS, (SOURCES, ORGANIZATIONS, GOVERNMENTAL, ETC.)

WORLD ISLAMIC FRONT FOR JIHAD AGAINST JEWS AND CRUSADERS Original Text [Title page] - Original Text [Article]
Published in the Arabic Newspaper al-Quds al-Arabi (London, U.K.) on 23 February, 1998, p. 3. The Cornell University Library presents the full text translation of the "Declaration of the World Islamic Front for Jihad Against Jews and Crusaders" (Nass Bayan al-Jabhah al-Islamiyah al-Alamiyah li-Jihad al-Yahud wa-al-Salibiyin): http://www.library.cornell.edu/colldev/mideast/wif.htm. The February 1998 statement by Saudi exile and accused terrorist Osama Bin Laden and others calls for a holy war against Jews and the countries of the West, including the United States. Also available at the FAS site: http://www.fas.org/irp/world/para/docs/980223-fatwa.htm

OSAMA BIN LADEN STATEMENT FAX, SEPTEMBER 24, 2001 Original Text
Bin Laden's Al-Qaida organization issued a fiery new statement Tuesday 24, 2001, warning Washington against attacks against him of Afghanistan. The signature of Saudi exile Osama bin Laden appears at bottom left on the faxed statement to Qatar's al-Jazeira television station. This statement was typed in Arabic, signed 'Osama bin Laden' in typed letters and signed in handwriting by 'Osama Mohammad'."Wherever there are Americans and Jews, they will be targeted," said a statement faxed to news organizations in Pakistan's capital, Islamabad, in the name of Al-Qaida's chief military commander, Naseer Ahmed Mujahed. "We can defend ourselves. The holy warriors are fully prepared." "Wherever there are Muslims, they should prepare for jihad, and by the grace of God, the victory will be Islam's," the statement added.

OSAMA BIN LADEN STATEMENT AIRED ON AL-JAZEERA, OCTOBER 7, 2001 Text - Video (06'22")
Text of Osama bin Laden taped remarks, aired on Qatar's al-Jazeira television station after the U.S. and British strikes Sunday. The remarks, which refer to the September 11 terror attacks on New York and Washington, appear to have been made before Sunday's strikes. The text is translated from the Arabic by the Associated Press.

AL-QAIDA'S STATEMENT AIRED ON AL-JAZEERA, OCTOBER 9, 2001 Text
Al-Qaeda spokesman Sulaiman Bu Ghaith speaks in an undated video message carried on Qatar's al-Jazeera television October 9, 2001. Soon after U.S.-led air strikes on Afghanistan began Sunday, Osama bin Laden and rarely seen aides appeared on a video, using emotive Arabic phrases to hail the Sept. 11 attacks on America and declare war on the West. For those grappling with bin Laden's secretive al Qaeda network, the video, first shown on Qatar's al-Jazeera channel, offers valuable clues to the Saudi-born militant and his men. The text is translated from the Arabic by the Associated Press.

OSAMA BIN LADEN STATEMENT AIRED ON AL-JAZEERA, NOVEMBER 3, 2001 Text
Osama Bin Laden is seen gesturing during a videotaped statement broadcast Saturday, November 3, 2001, in this still taken from the footage. Washington's most wanted man appealed to the world's 1.2 billion Muslims to join him in a religious war against the "infidel" Christians and Jews. "This war is primarily a religious war," bin Laden said, describing the U.S. military campaign in Afghanistan designed to flush out the Saudi-born militant named as the prime suspect in the September attack on the United States. (Reuters/Al-Jazeera TV).

OSAMA BIN LADEN STATEMENT AIRED ON AL-JAZEERA, DECEMBER 26, 2001 Text - Video (04'44")
In the new 33-minute video recorded by Osama Bin Laden and broadcast by the Qatar-based satellite television station Al-Jazeera on Wednesday, December 26, 2001, (The station says the full tape will be broadcast on Thursday at 18:30 GMT.), Osama Bin Laden speaks from an undisclosed location at an undisclosed time. His statements indicated he was speaking in the first half of December. There was no indication where he was when he recorded the video. (AP/Al-Jazeera TV).

BIN LADEN HAILS SEPTEMBER 11 ATTACKS IN NEW VIDEOTAPE, APRIL 15, 2002 Text - Video 1 (00'54") - Video 2 (19'34")
Saudi-born militant Osama bin Laden, his top assistant and a man identified as a September 11 hijacker appeared in an undated videotape excerpt aired on Wednesday, hailing the major blow the September 11 attacks had dealt to the U.S. economy. Station officials said the tape represented the first evidence not produced by the U.S. government that tied bin Laden and his terror network al Qaeda to the September 11 attacks. (MBC Photo/Al Jazeera/Reuters).

BIN LADEN 'S NEW AUDIOTAPE, NOVEMBER 12, 2002   Text - Audio (4'25")
The Arabic television channel al-Jazeera has broadcast a message believed by experts to be from Osama Bin Laden. Here is the statement, as translated by BBC Monitoring.

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