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Ansar al-Fatah and "Iraqi" Networks in France

Abstract : [...] This case study highlights how the Iraqi theme helped to globalize local militant networks in Europe through their modus operandi, their international connections, their political agenda, and their potential strategies Two other, less-documented outfits also focused on Iraq complement this experience: one based in Northern Paris, the other one stemming from the Southern city of Montpellier. [...]
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Jean-Pierre Filiu. Ansar al-Fatah and "Iraqi" Networks in France. Bruce Hoffman; Fernando Reinares. The Evolution of the Global Terrorist Threat. From 9/11 to Osama bin Laden's Death, Columbia University Press, pp.353 - 372, 2014, 9780231168984. ⟨hal-03393973⟩



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