Strong strategic relations between the United States and Egypt are under attack from the Muslim Brotherhood and the jihadist regime of Qatar, Dr Waller told a panel in Congress. The April 4 event, sponsored by the London Center for Policy Research and American Pulse TV, took place in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol
by J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / March 20, 2019 A Virginia-based Islamist leader has published a list of words and terms to be stamped out of American political and national security discourse.Critics who call out jihadists, Islamist terrorism, radical Islam, and Islamist extremists should be shunned and branded as haters, according
‘Islamism in America: State-of-the-art political & psychological warfare” was Dr Waller’s presentation at the 58th meeting of The Military Conflict Institute. The hour-long, conversational-style lecture focused on the Muslim Brotherhood and its infiltration national security and defense policymaking, as well as training of professionals throughout government. Documented with primary source material, the October 3 presentation
Subversion: Non-Violent Warfare in an Age of Countering Violent Extremism By J. Michael Waller, Ph.D. John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center, Fort Bragg, NC, September 12, 2016 Abstract Subversion is an ambiguous form of conflict in war and peace that does not rely on violence. From the perspective of the target, subversion is so ambiguous
by J. Michael Waller, Insight, October 13, 2003. WASHINGTON, D.C. — A U.S. citizen has been sentenced to 23 years in jail on charges related to his activities in the United States and abroad with nations and organizations that have ties to terrorism, the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security announced today.
by J Michael Waller, Insight, March 18, 2003 Terrorists and their supporters are doing their best to weave themselves into the political fabric of American society, say specialists in homeland security. They are operating front groups and charities to finance their operations, and they are running influence operations to weaken federal antiterrorism laws under the guise
by J. Michael Waller, Insight magazine, October 15, 2001 While the terrorists and their sponsors were plotting to hijack airliners and crash them into Manhattan skyscrapers and the Pentagon, senior CIA officials were compelling analysts and operations officers to attend sensitivity-training classes and sew diversity quilts. That is a fact. It also is a metaphor for why