Write a one-page report that answers and covers the following questions while adhering to the requirements of the assignment.
In the previous unit, you wrote a report that identified the terrorist organization, Al-Qaeda. This was deemed to be one of the most dangerous terroristic groups to Americans and American interests. For this discussion, identify at least two ways that you think we may prevent attacks from that organization or individual. What resources will be required to prevent these attacks? By using outside information and the previous information written within the attached report.
This completed report must be at least 1 page in length (not counting the title page and reference page), have at least 1 outside sources / references. The report must be written at or above a master’s level Quality. The paper should follow APA 7 guidelines to include in-text citations, references, and appropriate headings and subheadings.
Write a one-page report that answers and covers the following questions while adhering to the requirements of the assignment. In the previous unit, you wrote a report that identified the terrorist or
Unit 5 Discussion: Terrorist Organization Justin Griffin Columbia Southern University CMJ – 6320 Dr. Tolle 9/3/2022 Terrorist Organization Dangerous terrorist organizations to Americans and American interests There is not a single terrorist organization that represents a more significant risk to the United States individuals or the interests of the US than Al Qaeda. Still, numerous unique groups and individuals pose a risk to the US. Individuals who carry out attacks on their own and members of terrorist groups such as the Islamic State and Hezbollah are other threats. Each of these factions has its distinct history, a distinctive strategy for combat, an armory of weapons, and a set of skills (Skovgaard-Petersen, 2017). Al Qaeda is the most dangerous terrorist group against the United States. In the report, I discuss several factors that influenced my final decision. Summary and history of Al-Qaeda Osama bin Laden, Abdullah Azzam, and a few other Arab volunteers created Al-Qaeda, an Islamist terrorist organization that targets Shi’a, during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1988. It is a network of a stateless transnational army and a hardline Sunni Muslim movement promoting global jihad. Al-Qaeda was accountable for the 1998 bombings of the Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania US embassies as well as the September 11, 2001 assaults on the United States and the Bali bombings in 2002. Since bin Laden died in 2011, the organization has been controlled by Egyptian Ayman al-Zawahiri. Al Qaeda’s ideology promotes global jihad against what it sees as the Muslim world’s invaders and oppressors, notably the United States, Israel, and Russia. Reasons why I selected Al-Qaeda By attacking both civilian and military targets in the country, Al-Qaeda has established itself as the deadliest terrorist organization posing a threat to the United States and American interests. The group is also responsible for the September 11th attacks in the USA, which murdered 2,996 individuals and over 6000 were injured (Scott, 2012).. The European Union, NATO, United States Security Council and other individual nations have branded Al-Qaeda as a terrorist group. References Scott, M. (2012). Al-Qaeda to Arab Spring: Islamist Terrorism and Democracy. Public Administration Review, 72(2), 314-316. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1540-6210.2011.02556.x Skovgaard-Petersen, J. (2017). Heirs of Abu Bakr: On the Ideology and Conception of History in al-Qaeda and Islamic State. Connections: The Quarterly Journal, 16(1), 25-36. https://doi.org/10.11610/connections.16.1.02