Al-Qaeda in the United States

A Complete Analysis of Terrorism Offences
  • Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013
  • In recent years, several individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds have attempted to attack the United States on behalf of al-Qaeda. These individuals have defied easy categorization, creating challenges for intelligence, law enforcement, and other agencies tasked with countering their activities. However, with the publication of "Al-Qaeda in the United States", the Henry Jackson Society seeks to provide new insights into the al-Qaeda movement and its U.S. operations by rigorously analyzing those involved or affiliated with the organization. Please join CSIS and the Henry Jackson Society on February 26 for an on-the-record discussion of this new report and the nature of al-Qaeda-related terrorism in the United States.


    General Michael Hayden (Ret.)
    Former Director
    Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency

    Robin Simcox
    Publication Author and Research Fellow 
    Henry Jackson Society

    Moderated By:

    Stephanie Sanok
    Acting Director 
    CSIS Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Program

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