The first thing you learn about Omar Nasiri is that even his name is an alias. Read “Inside the Jihad My Life with Al Qaeda” by Omar Nasiri with Rakuten Kobo . Between and , Omar Nasiri worked as a secret agent for Europe’s. Between and , Omar Nasiri worked as a secret agent for Europe’s top foreign intelligence services-including France’s DGSE (Direction Read More.

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Inside the Jihad: My Life with Al Qaeda

Tower of te Sun. Two suspects, Kamel Saddeddine and Youssef El Majda, were convicted and sentenced to five years in prison. A very small number turned their attention to the United States. This was a very interesting story, but in the end, I was left with the impression that the author, a Morrocan Arab Muslim, was a self-serving sleazebag and not to be trusted as an honest story teller.

Most went of to fight in regional conflicts. This book discloses the stupendous growth of Al-Qaeda camps over the years. Rise and Kill First.

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jihar For example, the author has somewhat of an identity crisis while he’s “training” in the camps to fight his jihad. I did not like the chapters discussing the weapons and their use. Overall rating No ratings yet 0.


I’m not really sure how exactly this one got on my to-read list, but the whole premise and layout is so coincidental at times, it reads more like a thriller than a biography. Want to Read saving…. You have to see what is happening around the world and make a judgemental decision Is there a link with evil and islam The end is equally disturbing because his knowledge was available to intelligence agencies who apparently misused him. What do you think god would say, Well done, I like this war of attrition.

As an Arab and a Muslim, he was able to infiltrate the rigidly controlled Afghan training camps, where he encountered men who would later be known as the most-wanted terrorists on earth: The bases in Afghanistan were remnants of a past war. Treated as ‘news’, the average viewer would have been better served without the ludicrous dramatisation.

This book was written by an Arab man who became involved with terrorist groups in the s and then became a spy. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

Inside the Jihad: My Life with Al Qaeda by Omar Nasiri

Best part of the book: After a bunch of hemming and hawing, I ultimately gave this three stars because it was an inte I’m not really sure how to feel about this book. Arafat and the Dream of Palestine.


It was a page turner, and in some ways very fascinating. Other Muslims emphasise on more militant way to fight using force including weapons for the sake of God against the infidels and the blasphemers. It is not naivete on my part. It’s not for everyone, but it did teach me a lot.

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Apr jihar, Anita rated it really liked it Imar March 9, Imprint: My biggest mental hurdle was that I knew the author was a self-admitted liar, so while I knew that this had been vetted and confirmed by a number of people who understand terrorist and nasiei, I could not stop questioning everything. In the Wake of the Surge. First, there was the incredibly nuanced picture it shows of fundamentalist Islam. I guess the book gets interesting in middle part of it when the author is actually on field in Afghanistan training camps.

The increasing numbers of Muslims who support a more aggressive way to live the Jihad have their reasons, motivations and strong convictions which we should not ignore or marginalise. Arab Spring Then and Now.