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Book Title: Visas for Al Qaedea: CIA Handouts That Rocked The World: An Insider's View|
Edition: Daena Publications LLC
Date of issue: February 8th 2015
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The author of the book: J. Michael Springmann
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Read full description of the books Visas for Al Qaedea: CIA Handouts That Rocked The World: An Insider's View:A former member of the US Foreign Service exposes the truth about American involvement in the training and international movement of Muslim terrorists and the subsequent increase in jihadist terrorism.
Thousands of American soldiers and civil servants have lost their lives in the War on Terror. Innocent citizens of many nations, including Americans killed on 9/11, have also paid the ultimate price. While the US government claims to stand against terror, this same government refuses to acknowledge its role in creating what has become a deadly international quagmire. Visas for al-Qaeda: CIA Handouts That Rocked the World sets the record straight by laying the blame on high-ranking US government officials.
During the 1980s, the CIA recruited and trained Muslim operatives to fight the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Later, the CIA would move those operatives from Afghanistan to the Balkans, and then to Iraq, Libya, and Syria, traveling on illegal US visas. These US-backed and trained fighters would morph into an organization that is synonymous with jihadist terrorism: al-Qaeda.
J. Michael Springmann, a former US diplomat, names individuals and organizations that deny culpability. He analyzes the effects of a nebulous war on the US economy and infrastructure. After thirteen bloody years, Springmann exposes hypocrisy and deceit wrapped in a sullied flag of patriotism and honor.
Most Americans think they understand the War on Terror. We’re fighting ruthless, fanatical Muslim zealots. We’re the good guys, right?
The War on Terror is far more complicated than good versus evil. Al-Qaeda operatives are indeed ruthless and fanatical, but how did they come by their advanced training and international presence? Unfortunately, the answer lies in a secret US training and visa program with roots in the Cold War.
As the US trained Islamic operatives to fight Soviet forces in Afghanistan, and later allowed those same operatives to move from the Balkans to the Middle East, bumbling CIA strategists unwittingly armed and inspired the men who would become al-Qaeda’s leadership.
J. Michael Springmann, a former US diplomat, exposes the leadership and policies that spawned a deadly international conflict. Springmann holds degrees from American University, Georgetown University, and the Catholic University of America. He currently practices law in Washington, DC.
Read information about the authorJ. Michael Springmann served in the United States government at the Commerce Department and as a diplomat with the State Department’s Foreign Service, with postings in Germany, India, and Saudi Arabia. He left federal service and currently practices law in the Washington, DC, area.
Springmann has been published in numerous foreign policy publications, including Covert Action Quarterly, Unclassified, Global Outlook, Global Research, the Public Record, OpEdNews, and Foreign Policy Journal. He holds a JD from American University, in Washington, DC, as well as undergraduate and graduate degrees in international relations from Georgetown University and the Catholic University of America. In 2004, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee recognized Springmann as one of its Pro Bono Attorneys of the Year.
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