How much of a threat is al-Qaeda today? Ten years after September 11th, it remains shrouded in myth, lurking everywhere, ceaselessly plotting to kill innocent people en masse. While there is currently extensive and on going analysis of bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad and what it contained, there has been little debate over his organization's Viability. The Rise and Fall of Al-Qaeda will launch that debate.
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