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Terrorism / "Inside the Jihad" #845247

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 20, 2006
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Paris: Nic Robertson) A look inside Al Qaeda from a man who claims to have been a jihadi presented; CNN exclusive video of secret Al Qaeda training camps shown; details given about what he views as missed opportunities to prevent the September 11 attacks & a global holy war. [In shadow, "Inside the Jihad" author Omar NASIRI† {with translation on screen} - speaks out about Al Qaeda; shows on map where he was trained; states he trained to go to Chechnya; says he came to see he was wasting his time spying.] [Former CIA official Michael SCHEUER - doubts the book is fabricated; states the book is a complete insider look; says the Islamic world will see the US has failed in Iraq & Afghanistan.]

Roberts, John;
Robertson, Nic

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