Making Sense of Suicide Missions

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INDEX
ability to wait 23, 28, 29, 253–4, 301 n.9, 50, 304 n.32
Abu Hafs el-Masri Brigades 268
Abu Hassan 315–6 n.84
Abu Mazen 95, 97, 128
Abu Olbeh 233
Abu Omar, Sirhan 314 n.83
Abu Ruqaiyah 147
Adair, D. 241
Adams, G. 214, 220, 299
adat, code of honour 241
Adityanjee, D. 322 n.20
Afghan war 148, 167
Afghanistan 88, 139, 169
Africa 287
African National Congress 290
Afula 312 n.57
airborne saboteur 6–7
Akinaga, Y. 32
al-Aqsa martyr brigades 81, 95, 97, 99, 143, 249, 257, 332 n.33
see also Palestinian Organizations
al-Aqsa Mosque 247
al-Azhar, Islamic University 298
al-Fatah 81, 95, 211, 246, 247, 308 n.12, 312 n.56
see also Palestinian Organizations
al-Haznawi, al-Ghamidi Ahmad 160, 318 n.17, 318 n.24
al-Mugrabi Dalal 81, 308 n.13
al-Omari, Abdul Aziz 151
al-Qaeda 59, 133, 148, 160, 170, 221, 225, 246, 247, 248, 253, 260, 287
leaders 157, 159, 252
and martyrdom 135, 158
al-Qaradawi, Sheikh Yusuf 296
al-Qassam brigades 90, 95, 97
al-Quds brigades 95, 97
al-Quds Mosque 142, 151
al-Shati, refugee camp 110
al-Shehhi, Marwan 139, 142
al-Zawahiri, Ayman 133, 156, 164, 166, 168, 169, 319 n.30
Alcedo, M. 221
ALF, see Arab Liberation Front
Algeria 81, 212–13
Aleppo 141
Allende, Salvador 198, 324 n.41
Alsheheri, Wail 136
Alsheheri, Waleed 136
altruism 269, 270
see also altruistic suicide; self-sacrifice
Amal 80, 81, 86–7
American Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism 78
Amir Yigal 91
Amnesty International 49, 113, 315 n.88
anarchists viii, 82, 210, 221, 222, 225, 226, 227, 260, 261, 279, 285, 289, 309 n.22, 333 n.10
see also The Secret Agent
ANC, see African National Congress
ancestors vii, 279, 288
see also precedents; proto-suicide missions
Andoni, L. 110, 111
anger 140, 141, 142, 153, 154, 268, 269, 275, 276, 277
Angiolillo 227
apocalypse 171
apostasy, apostates 133, 140, 141, 165, 168, 171
appealing to bystanders 175, 196, 201
see also inciting synpathizers; public opinion
Arab diaspora 167, 168

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  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents xi
  • List of Tables xii
  • List of Figures xiii
  • List of Contributors xiv
  • 1: Kamikaze, 1943–5 1
  • Appendix Poems and Songs 33
  • Last Testimonies 35
  • Names of Special Attack Units 40
  • Non-Japanese Suicide Missions of the Second World War 42
  • 2: Tamil Tigers, 1987–2002 43
  • 3: Palestinians, 1981–2003 77
  • Appendix: Data Quality and Sources 117
  • 4: Al-Qaeda, September 11, 2001 131
  • 5: Dying without Killing 173
  • 6: Killing without Dying 209
  • 7: Motivations and Beliefs in Suicide Missions 233
  • 8: Can We Make Sense of Suicide Missions? 259
  • Notes 301
  • References 337
  • Index 357
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