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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From the netherworld of Islamist cells in Belgium, to the training camps of Afghanistan, to the radical mosques of London, he risked his life to defeat the emerging global network that the West would iside to know as Al Qaeda. Author also puts across his philosophy and take on terrorism and counter-terrorism, which I found less interesting as it doesn’t have a new insight. Mar 19, Ingrid Hansen rated it really liked it Recommended to Ingrid by: I’m not really sure how exactly this one got on my to-read list, but the whole premise and hihad is so coincidental at times, it reads more like a thriller than a biography.
So it was hard to read, and finish, but I did. Nothing was revealed on Belgian TV. Jihqd a follow-up raid, police uncovered explosives in a GIA supporter’s home. Far more serious, the presentation was grotesque: Towards the end, the spy mentions he was left stranded by One of my favorite books I read years back!!!!! To Live or nasifi Perish Forever. Mmm well its shows you the extent of extreme quran can do to you. Top this off with the fact that this invaluable asset in this war was thrown to the wolves, abandoned and dishonored to the point where his only option was to write a book, risk his life in the process, to be a human again.
It’s not for everyone, but it did teach me a lot. At Kobo, insside try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
Aug 27, Ed rated it did not like it Recommends it for: The Age of Jihad. If Mr Nasiri believed that he’ll believe anything. It is not naivete on my pa This was difficult to get through for a number of reasons. Other Muslims emphasise on more militant way to fight using force including weapons for the sake of God against the infidels and the blasphemers.
The other, Ah El Madja, also was convicted and sentenced to serve three years” [6a] [6b]. 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.
Makes the di Easy to read account of Muslim from Belgium who becomes a spy for France and ultimately infiltrates the terrorist training camps in Afghanistan. The author is anonymous and this book details his life journey from low-level criminal, to the rebirth of his Islamic iihad, to attending terrorist training camps in Afghanistan while working as a French intelligence agent.
A great character study too nasir this troubled So compelling! As an Arab and a Muslim, he was able to infiltrate the rigidly controlled Afghan training camps, where he encountered men who would later be known as the most-wanted terrorists on earth: Two other things stuck out in my mind.
ON said he had reported this conversation to AH.
Police seized false documents, detonators, and some small caliber weapons. AH would presumably know with whom he had such a conversation – if it took place.
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Hopeless, according to the old failing notions e. Overall rating No ratings yet 0. The arrests were part of a joint security operation with France, Britain, Sweden, and Italy before the World Cup soccer match in Paris. How to write a great review.
Inside the Jihad: My Life with Al Qaeda by Omar Nasiri
This is humiliating, and every Muslim feels it. With copious pointess noises, drumming and irritating fuzzy images the credibility of the story was undermined. Alleged Afghan Training Camps.