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Subject: So. Studies/Sciences: U.S./World Issues

War on Terrorism Series

This series of documentaries comes directly from the front lines of the war. Produced on-location, often in harm’s way, each program informs viewers of important issues and events related to the attacks on America and its ensuing efforts in the war against terrorism. Programs available on 6 individual DVDs, Digital Click for more

Indonesia and the Philippines: Extremists and Terrorists

Indonesia and the Philippines: Extremists and Terrorists

"Recommended. This program gives the viewer an interesting insight into the opinions and tactics of certain Islamic Fundamentalist groups in Indonesia and the Philippines. Its purpose is to indicate the threat these organizations pose to the U.S, and describe whatever actions are being taken against them, if any. It does this quite well. It is well paced and has an effective narration." -EMRO Review
"Indonesia Extremists" - this segment shows us that while the majority of Indonesia's Muslims are considered moderate; there exists a rising tide of Islamic fundamentalism in which extremists are willing and able to use terrorism to their own advantage. We see how the former Indonesian president, Megawati Sukarnoputri, needed America's support for economic revival, as he faced strong opposition from radical Muslims. "Terrorists in the Philippines" - this segment presents a chilling report of the FBI reopening the files to a plot many years ago by Arab extremists in the Philippines to assassinate then Pope John Paul; their plan agents discovered was to use aircraft as flying bombs aimed at American targets. The mastermind was Islamic zealot, Ramzi Yousef, linked directly to Osama bin Laden, leading one to question whether the 1995 plot was a blueprint for the events of September 11, 2001, and, if so, why was it tragically ignored? Produced by ABC Australia. 01/10DE JSCA 30 min.
Associated Article: The Agent: How 9/11 Might Have Been Prevented -The New Yorker Magazine





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