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Le contre-terrorisme comme prétexte. Retour sur l’opération Sirli et la politique française

Abstract : On the 21st of November 2021, the investigative web magazine Disclose published a report on Operation Sirli, a secret mission organized between the French Military Intelligence Directorate (DRM) and the Egyptian security services of Marshal Abdel Fattah Al-Sissi. These revelations are based on hundreds of documents classified as confidential-defense transmitted to journalists by a source who preferred to run the risk of prosecution than to continue to endorse the practices s/he witnessed. Reproducing the text and follow-up answers sent by the anonymous source to the Disclose editorial team, we use this case to open up and discuss a broader set of questions developed in this special issue on war and terrorism.
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Didier Bigo, Jean-Paul Hanon. Le contre-terrorisme comme prétexte. Retour sur l’opération Sirli et la politique française. Cultures & conflits, L'Harmattan, 2021, n° 123-124, pp.83-93. ⟨10.4000/conflits.23235⟩. ⟨hal-03632973⟩

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