April 16, 2013
The Soufan Group's senior Vice President Robert McFadden on protecting business from potential threats.
April 4, 2013
Ali Soufan, celebrated Al-Qaeda hunter says torture is counter-productive and un-American.
April 4, 2013
TSG Adviser, Mark Pritchard, has participated in talks at The Mediterranean and Middle East Group of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
The Strait Times - Asia Report
April 4, 2013
Even reformed radicals feel violence can be justified at times, but who decides which is right place and time? Can there ever be a legitimate battlefield for militant activity? The answer to that question lies at the heart of a key difficulty in rehabilitating detained radicals.
March 22, 2013
Twice a week about 200 Israeli high school students in seven separate locations meet after school for six hours of extra classes. The students ace two exams to qualify for the extra tutelage, which is taught by veterans of the Israel Defense Forces and overseen by an officer on active duty. The students call themselves the magshimistim-the high achievers-and they are the vanguard of what the government hopes will be thousands of high school students trained to become the best cyberwarriors in the world...
Fox News Channel
March 12, 2013
Robert McFadden, Senior Vice President of The Soufan Group discusses whether Osama Bin Laden's son-in-law should he be tried before military tribunal?
Los Angeles Times
March 8, 2013
Sulaiman abu Ghaith has been flown to New York. Officials say he assisted Bin Laden from May 2001 through part of 2002 and appeared on videos to praise the Sept. 11 attacks.
March 5, 2013
TSG International Adviser, Mark Pritchard MP, will be the keynote speaker at Oxford University?s Global ASEAN Symposium, on Saturday 9th March.
February 28, 2013
Most Americans do not realize the sheer volume of literature that exists showing that torture is a great tool for extracting false confessions but an extremely poor tool for collecting intelligence. Here's my Top 10:
1. The Black Banners, by Ali Soufan. From my review of the book in the Army's Military Review: "Soufan describes multiple interrogations in which he earned the trust and cooperation of Al-Qaeda operatives, only to have psychologists...
The Wall Street Journal
February 22, 2013
When Yazid Sufaat, an al-Qaeda bioweapons expert who hosted two of the Sept. 11 hijackers in Kuala Lumpur for a pre-attack planning summit, was released from a Malaysian jail after seven years of detention in 2008, he was deemed "rehabilitated" by the Malaysian government. For the next four years, Yazid ran a food stall in a Kuala Lumpur courthouse - until Feb. 8 this year, when he was rearrested and charged with trying to recruit Malaysians for suicide missions in Syria.