The Secret Archives of Al Qaeda.
An advisor to the United Nations Security Council, Roland Jacquard presides over the International Observatory on Terrorism and the “Research Center on Contemporary Threats.” His former book, Au nom d’Oussama ben Laden, an international bestseller, was translated into more than twenty languages and was published in the U.S. by Duke University Press. His new book, Les archives secretes d’Al-Qaida has already been hailed by the French media for disclosing Al Qaeda’s secret archives. Those never-before-published documents reveal possible threats not only from Al Qaeda but also from other terrorist cells. With documents, photos, and revelations published here for the first time, Les archives secretes d’Al-Qaida adds valuable insight into the motives and means of the Al Qaeda group.
Roland Jacquard : Roland Jacquard appeared many times in front of the French and European Parliaments, the U.S. Congress and the United Nations to give his expert opinion on terrorism. He was also asked by the French Presidency and the European Council to expose what might be future threats from Ossama Bin Laden or Al Qaeda. He is the author of numerous books, including Les dossiers secrets du terrorisme (Albin Michel), La Fin de l’empire rouge (R. Laffont), Carlos – Dossier secret (Jean Picollec), Fatwa contre l’Occident (Albin Michel) and Au nom d’Oussama Ben Laden (Jean Picollec).