March 29, 2012
Picked from the same literary 'family', this week Jeffrey is reading The Black Banners by Ali Soufan, "a former FBI Special Agent who gives a powerful insight into 9/11, Al Qaeda and the American response to this international terrorist organisation.
Wall Street Journal
March 27, 2012
Bookstore shoppers who spy "The Crisis of Zionism" on a shelf could be excused for assuming that the book is an up-to-the-minute work about Zionism's biggest crisis: the one brewing in Iranian uranium-enrichment facilities. But Peter Beinart is more interested in threats to Israel, or to the idea of Israel, supposedly coming from the Jewish state itself.
March 26, 2012
Please join the World Affairs Council-Washington, DC as we invite Ali Soufan to discuss his new book Black Banners: The Inside Story of 9/11 and the War Against Al-Qaeda. Mr. John Miller, a journalist and former FBI agent will lead a discussion following Mr. Soufan's presentation.
March 23, 2012
Mark Pritchard MP, Soufan's International Advisor, opened a high level conference of parliamentarians, ambassadors and policy makers at Chatham House on Friday.
March 23, 2012
Mark Pritchard MP, Soufan's International Adviser, was in Paris this week to help Chair the 40th Franco-British Defence Conference.
March 21, 2012
In one sense the younger brother of the Al Qaeda chief Ayman Al Zawahiri was fortunate this time ? he received a semblance of due process. For five of his previous 13 years in detention, from 1999 to 2004, he had seemed to disappear.
March 18, 2012
Talking with Terrorists: Understanding the fight against al-Qaeda, talk with Ali Soufan
The National Interest
March 17, 2012
Since 9/11 and the Patriot Act, Congress and the administration have sought to cut off would-be terrorists at the source: their bank accounts. But a more thorough examination of these procedures shows that there are both limits and costs to vigorous terror-finance prevention.
CNN - Security Clearance
February 29, 2012
A panel of experts in countering extremism met last week in Doha at the Qatar International Academy for Security Studies in an effort to share the security secrets that have worked in their own neighborhoods. Among them was Stephen White, who served for 26 years as a senior police officer in the UK. He describes himself as just another teenager growing up on the streets of Belfast in 1969, when, he says, the Irish Republican Army tried to kill his father.
BBC Radio - Good Morning Ulster
February 27, 2012
Stephen White, The Soufan Group's Regional Vice President speaks to the BBC's Good Morning Ulster, Northern Ireland's premier news radio channel, about the problems in Kabul post - Koran burning, and transitional justice and restorative justice.