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Al Qaida's prediction 20 years ago that uprisings in the Arab world would topple the governments that associate with the west appears to be coming true. Coincidence? Former CIA officer Mike Scheuer says not really.
The radical Yemeni-American cleric, Anwar al-Awlaki, is believed to be hiding in Yemen since 2004. The U.S. says he is an active al-Qaida recruiter and has placed him on the CIA's list of terrorist targets to be killed or captured, despite his American citizenship. National Security Correspondent JJ Green learns more from former CIA unit head Mike Scheuer.
Osama bin Laden had no idea the U.S. would hit al-Qaida as hard as it has since the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, a former bin Laden associate tells National Security Correspondent JJ Green in an exclusive interview.
The US is not waiting for the spring thaw to take the fight to the Taliban. In this week's edition of The Hunt, Federal News Radio National Security Correspondent JJ Green continues his conversation with Mike Scheuer, a former Senior Officer at the CIA. Scheuer says winning the war is going to be hard, not because of the Taliban, but because of some Afghans.
Chilling words from CIA director Leon Panetta: He told Congress Tuesday that an attempted attack on the US by al-Qaida is likely in three to six months. Panetta says the terror group is deploying operatives within American borders. So what drives terrorists? Federal News Radio National Security Correspondent JJ Green spoke with intelligence expert Mike Scheuer about a radical American cleric suspected to have ties to al-Qaida, Anwar al-Awlaki. Scheuer once led the CIA's Osama bin Laden unit. And he says the answer lies in religious training.