Disrupting Al Qaeda
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Based on previous set-ups and explanations of HUMINT and its role in the current war against terrorism and specifically Al Qaeda, this essay develops a mission for creating on-site HUMINT by recruiting Muslims who speak proper dialect and may be familiar with the close knit members of various Al Qaeda cells.
From the Paper:"As was mentioned in an earlier report, the most difficult means of HUMINT within or around Al Qaeda is (a) lack of Arab speakers who know the neighborhood dialects of Al Qaeda members, and (b) selecting those well enough trained and solidly loyal to the U.S. to be able to penetrate and extract human intelligence from the horse's mouth, so to speak. Unlike other armed groups or enemy forces, Al Qaeda is not one single organization. Rather, it is made up of cells often consisting of lifelong neighbors, family members or friends who know and understand one another and agree about the need for Al Qaeda's final aim."
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