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05-04-2007, 03:53 PM
Some of these are qite interesting

Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh: Militant Islamist Terror
Mr. Adam E. Stahl
April 30, 2007
Radical and militant Islamist organizations have existed as an opposing force to Bangladesh's secular and democratic system since Bangladeshi independence in 1971. Once a surreptitious force in Bangladesh, these organizations are now operating overtly. An increase in membership is proving that Bangladesh is becoming a nexus of militant Islam in South Asia, as many Bangladeshi militant Islamist organizations have been linked to al-Qa'ida. Read here <http://ict.org.il/apage/12227.php>

Al Qaeda's Maritime Threat
Mr. Akiva Lorenz
April 15, 2007
The purpose of this essay is to define maritime terrorism and analyze Al Qaeda's maritime capabilities. Its past operations and new developments are reviewed, including an in depth assessment of the USS Cole attack and those involved. Maritime infrastructure weaknesses concerning the global trade arena are mentioned and projections are given to help security services ensure a safer tomorrow. Read here <http://www.ict.org.il/apage/11847.php>

The Regional and Global Implications of Iran's Nuclearization
Dr. Ely Karmon
April 17, 2007
This essay will deal with the regional and global implications of Iran's would-be nuclear bomb. Furthermore, it will try to answer what the consequences would be if the Iranian regime obtains the bomb in nationalist hegemonic ambitions. Read here <http://ict.org.il/apage/11919.php>

Where they burn books, they will end in burning human beings
Col. (res.) Jonathan Fighel
April 11, 2007
In 1821, Heinrich Heine famously wrote: "Where they burn books, they will end in burning human beings." One century later, Heine's books were among thousands of books torched by the Nazis which foreshadowed the blazing ovens of the Holocaust. One can not turn a blind eye from the growing power of the Taliban in Pakistan as lately demonstrated in Islamabad. Read here <http://ict.org.il/apage/11750.php>