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Agent Storm: My Life Inside al-Qaeda Hardcover – 3 Jul 2014
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Revelatory, extraordinary . . . There are not others [books] in which the main protagonist has also played such an extensive role for western security services, and, more crucially, is prepared to reveal so much (Jason Burke Guardian)
A rollicking read and a rare insider's account of Western spying in the age of Al Qaeda, where the risk if exposed is not Cold War-style expulsion but gruesome execution (New York Times)
You couldn't make it up . . . Agent Storm couldn't really be less like Bond (Christina Lamb Sunday Times)
Gripping (Publishers Weekly)
Reads like a screenplay for a James Bond movie written by Joel and Ethan Coen (Washington Post)
Morten Storm's account of his nerve-wracking life spying on Al Qaeda for Western intelligence gives us the most detailed, compelling, and human look at modern espionage in the lethal world of jihadist terrorism that we are likely to get' (Mark Stout, former CIA officer and Director)
Opens a unique window onto bleak interlocking landscapes-the radicalization of European Muslims that has now been energized by the Syrian civil war, the leadership and organization of global jihad, and the twilight struggle waged by western intelligence agencies against an elusive and implacable enemy." (Steven Simon, bestselling co-author of The Age of Sacred Terror and The Next Attack)
Morten Storm, Paul Cruickshank, and Tim Lister tell an astonishing and unknown tale of the exploits, change of allegiances, double crosses and inner workings of both al Qaeda terrorist groups and the Western intelligence agencies charged with stopping them. Hard to put down (Mitch Silber, former Director of Intelligence Analysis at the NYPD and author of The Al Qaeda Factor)
Remarkable. As a true spy-story, this book brings you incredibly close to what it actually takes to be an extremist and get into a terrorist group while balancing loyalty and treachery in the world of intelligence. Essential reading for everyone interested in how the war on terrorism is actually fought in the shadows. (Dr. Magnus Ranstorp, a leading expert on international terrorism)
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Authorities think they do but too much emphasis is being put on integration, community cohesion when clearly those people are abusing the systems to fund terrorism line there own pockets expecting decent law abiding citizens to foot the bill completely wrong.
Deal with them as criminals, revoke their citizenship and confiscate there passport send them back to where they came from or birth nation of there parents.
UK. cannot afford to keep haemorrhaging money as described when essential critical services need to be fixed here. It's clear having saved thousands of lives his value was not recognised or rewarded as it should have been.
His journey of becoming a double agent and the antics of the Intelligence Agencies he worked with are very revealing.
I couldn't put the book down once I'd started it.
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