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Al Qaida on the US invasion of Afghanistan in their own words

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This article consists of selected translations from captured interviews and dairies of Al Qaida members. The time period covered is from mid-2001 to early 2002 and concerns their operations in Afghanistan. The material clearly conveys a range of emotion, from confident to despondent, as well as efforts to contest the US actions. The first several pages give the reader context and some possible “lessons learned,” but the story(ies) are best told by the Al Qaida members themselves. All names are pseudonyms.
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Keywords: Abu Hafs; Al Qaida; Al-Ansar Brigade; Al-Wafa; Arabs; Bagram; Documents; Kabul; Kandahar; Mahsoud; Northern Alliance; Osama bin Laden; Pakistani; Shomali; Taliban; Uzbeks

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 July 2012

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