Thursday, June 30, 2011

Al-Qaida Becoming More Desperate, More Likely To Take More Risks To Kill Americans

Ronald Kessler, a Newsmax columnist and author of a good number of books on the CIA, the Secret Service and the FBI, including his upcoming book, The Secrets of the FBI, states that al-Qaida has become more desperate and is likely to attack Americans.

The decapitation of al-Qaida leadership and the killing of a senior al-Qaida commander in Pakistan earlier this month are making them more desperate,” one FBI official says. “When they are desperate, they may be willing to change tactics. They might try something more risky.”

You can read the rest of Kesslers' column via the below link:

I interviewed Ronald Kessler a while back for Counterterrorism magazine. You can read the interview via the below links:

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