Report on Terrorist Threats
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This paper is a report to the National Security Council on the current and future terrorist threats to the United States. This report deals with three main issues: Defending the homeland, eliminating global terrorist threats, and intelligence efforts. The paper argues that the United States must destroy Al Qaeda's final grasp in Afghanistan, finalize security and safety measures within the United States, evaluate the sources of terrorist threat against the United States, and begin battle against those sources.
From the Paper:"Secondary to toppling the Taliban in Afghanistan, the United States and its allies continue to demolish the Al Qaeda terrorist network. With Osama bin Laden as its leader, Al Qaeda remains the greatest threat to the United States. However, the United States must begin to map out its next course of action. Over the next six months, the United States must destroy Al Qaeda final grasp in Afghanistan, finalize security and safety measures within the United States, evaluate the sources of terrorist threat against the United States, and begin battle against those sources. The United States must be forever vigilant. As President Bush stated, "The terrorist threat to America takes many forms, has many places to hide, and is often invisible. We can never be sure that we have defeated all of our terrorist enemies, and therefore we can never again allow ourselves to become overconfident about the security of our homeland.""
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