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Tellio's InterWeb Notes 09/11/2008

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    • The good news is that suicide bombing seems to be on the wane. The bad news is that Western forces will almost certainly face a new breed of highly educated Qaeda terrorist.
      • and yet again. - post by tellio
    • Another hurdle
      • and there is more? - post by tellio
      • Experts say that we are always behind the crisis. - post by tellio
    • Most counterterrorism experts
    • So, while an end of suicide terrorism might seem like a good thing for the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, the bad news is that the extremists seem to be well on their way to mastering all sorts of new technology, much of which, such as using dogs and remote detonators, is simple and cheap.
    • To get a feeling for how Western militaries and security services plan to counter this next wave of terrorism,
      • so what are we going to do about it? Raise the problem, then raise the solution. Responsible. - post by tellio
    • releasing other dogs
      • an example of the not so crazy fantasy - post by tellio
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      • How does this orient the reader? - post by tellio
      • a good news very bad news article - post by tellio
    • Unfortunately,
    • The post led to a vast and heated online discussion
      • Structural importance?
        Returns us to the beginning
        Reminds us of the issue again. - post by tellio
      • summary-- we are killing our holiest people. - post by tellio
    • “Yet, keeping them alive is beneficial for us, since every one of them is tantamount to an entire people. So we must find a way to save those lives and harness that zeal.”
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    • “intihar,”
      • special terms--why? in their own words. - post by tellio
    • “Martyrdom
      • What they say? - post by tellio
      • Another motive to seek other methods of terror - post by tellio
    • Even religious rulers
    • These solutions m
      • New methods. Same old motives. - post by tellio
    • beginning to wear out.
      • Answer to question? - post by tellio
      • Note structure of "despite" this that has happened. - post by tellio
    • we have failed
    • Despite
      • Historical origins of Islamic terrorism in a nutshell. - post by tellio
    • Although Islamic suicide terrorism dates back to the anti-Crusader “assassins” of the 11th century, its modern history begins with statements made by Sheik Mohamed Hussein Fadlallah, the spiritual compass of Hezbollah, in an interview published in 1983. “We believe that the future has surprises in store,” he said. “The jihad is bitter and harsh, it will spring from inside, through effort, patience and sacrifice, and the spirit of readiness for martyrdom.”

      A short time later, Sheik Fadlallah’s bodyguard, Imad Mughniyah, organized a series of murderous suicide attacks — first against Israeli military targets, than against the American Embassy in Beirut and finally, of course, against the barracks of the American-led multinational force in Lebanon, causing nearly 300 deaths. From there, it was a short march to 9/11.

      • What I say--the thesis.

        Summarize--terrorist have evolved into an even greater horror. - post by tellio
    • Seven years after 9/11, it may well be that we are witnessing the beginning of the end of suicide terrorism and a shift toward advanced technologies that will enable jihadist bombers to carry out attacks and live to fight another day
    • This question,
      • Reminds the reader to look back to the question.

        then goes on to orient us to where it came from, who said it

        Context - post by tellio
      • A quote to open--what they say.

        Inflammatory and intriguing. - post by tellio
    • “AMONG all the bombs, explosives and guns, the number of martyred dead is rising. Though this is the will of Allah, it is nevertheless possible to cause the enemy greater damage without exposing the Muslims to danger. How is it to be done?”
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