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Abu Nidal

a gun for hire

by Patrick Seale

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Published by Random House in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Abu Nidal.,
  • Terrorism.,
  • Terrorists -- Biography.,
  • Palestinian Arabs -- Biography.,
  • Terrorism in mass media.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementPatrick Seale.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6431 .S4 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination339 p. ;
    Number of Pages339
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1556050M
    ISBN 100679400664
    LC Control Number91036450


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Abu Nidal: A Gun for Hire was published shortly before serial killers, terrorists and other criminals became media darlings and topics of the talk show circuit.

It is interesting to read a relatively recent book that required the author to gather actual facts rather than rely on /5(11). Abu Nidal, the world's most notorious Arab terrorist, has been responsible for countless deaths and acts of destruction.

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The book recreates Abu Nidal's operations, its mode of operation and some missions it carried out by interviewing collaborators, defectors and opponents. The book starts by tracing the steps of a new recruit in the group, and then exploring the claim from a senior PLO officer: that either Abu Nidal's Organization was infiltrated by the Mossad /5(11).

Abu Nidal is a nom de guerre for Sabri al-Banna and which means Father of the Struggle. The US state department once termed his group. The Abu Nidal Organization—named for its leader Sabri al-Banna, a veteran Palestinian terrorist known by the nom de guerre Abu Nidal—is a secular international terrorist group that has been.

Abu Nidal: another look at 'state-sponsored terrorism' by Dean Andromidas Abu Nidal: A Gun for Hire by Patrick Seale Random House, New York, pages, hardbound, $22 Is the world's most notorious Arab terrorist in the employ of Israel's Mossad, one of the West's most effective secret intelligence services.

Abu Nidal A Gun For Hire book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Chronicles the inside story of the world's most Abu Nidal book te /5. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

In this book Patrick Seale examines this extraordinary claim, including Israel's strange reluctance to retaliate against Abu Nidal despite his attacks on Jewish targets in Europe and elsewhere.

Whatever ties Abu Nidal may have with Israel, his main activity has been the accumulation of a vast fortune, largely through extortion and arms trading. Abu Nidal has been described as the world's most dangerous terrorist, a gun for hire and a man without scruples, responsible for the murders of countless innocent people - yet little is known about This book sets out to tell his story.

The Abu Nidal Organization (ANO) is the most common name for the Palestinian nationalist militant group Fatah – The Revolutionary Council (Fatah al-Majles al-Thawry).The ANO is named after its founder Abu was created by a split from Yasser Arafat's Fatah faction of the PLO in The group has been designated as a terrorist organization by the United States, the United Kingdom.

I would recommend this book to those who are readers of Middle Eastern issues, and more specifically, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

I did find his theory that Abu Nidal was working for Mossad [Israeli Intelligence] interesting, but not completely convincing.3/5(1). The group's previous known structure consisted of various functional committees, including political, military, and financial. In AugustAbu Nidal died in Baghdad; the new leadership of the organization remains unclear.

Activities The ANO has carried out terrorist attacks in 20 countries, killing or injuring almost persons. Get this from a library. Abu Nidal: a gun for hire. [Patrick Seale] -- Abu Nidal, the world's most notorious Arab terrorist, has been responsible for countless deaths and acts of destruction.

Yet little is known about him or his organization. Now, Patrick Seale, the. Abu Nidal (Sabri al Banna)May Jaffa, Palestine Mandate Aug Baghdad, Iraq Founder of the Abu Nidal Organization "In the entire world there are no solutions by peaceful means. If you read Arabic history you will see that no peaceful method has ever brought about a solution for our problems." Source for information on Nidal, Abu (Sabri al Banna): Terrorism.

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Wikipedia Books are maintained by Book:Abu Nidal. But Abu Nidal was too smart and ruthless for them; he regained control with a purge, carried out by his committee for revolutionary justice, in which some men, almost a third of his org.

Abu Nidal: The World’s Most Deadly Terrorist By Richard H. Curtiss. The story of Abu Nidal began in Jaffa in His given name was Sabri al-Banna. His mother was a much younger second wife who had been a maid in the family.

When Sabri’s father died in. Abu Nidal by Patrick Seale. Publication date Topics Abu Nidal., Terrorism., Terrorists -- Biography., Palestinian Arabs -- Biography., Terrorism in mass media. Publisher Internet Archive Books.

Scanned in China. Uploaded by Lotu Tii Pages: A second aspect of Abu Nidal bears mention. In contrast to Yossi Melman, whose study, The Master Terrorist: The True Story Behind Abu Nidal (Adama) has a tentative, modest quality, Mr. Seale claims to know nearly everything about Abu Nidal and his super-secret organization.

Whereas Mr. Melman devoted an entire chapter just to figure out. Abu Nidal, the author of last winter's massacres at the Rome and Vienna airports and more than a score of other acts of violence - many directed at Arab and Palestinian moderates - Author: John Kifner.

Abu Nidal, one of the world's most wanted terrorists, has been found dead, according to senior Palestinian sources. Susie Steiner finds out more about the shadowy militant leader. The story of Abu Nidal began in Jaffa in His given name was Sabri al-Banna. His mother was a much younger second wife who had been a maid in the family.

Abu Nidal, the renegade Palestinian leader suspected of having organized the Rome and Vienna airport massacres, is distinguished by two attributes, according to. Abu Nidal, the Palestinian widely considered one of the world's most dangerous terrorists, has been placed under house arrest by Libya, officials of.

ABU Patrick Seale. pages. £ Hutchinson. PAYBACK: America's Long War in the Middle John K. Cooley. pages. $ A young Nidal: The Abu Nidal Organization had operated for over 30 years, and was responsible for over deaths. Targets included hijackings, bombings, and assassination of troublesome Palestinian leaders.

Abu Nidal AKA Sabri al-Banna, was was born in. Abu Nidal, Seale added, was "an outlaw and a killer," noting that "to be awash in blood [as Abu Nidal had been] is not a normal human condition." Abu Nidal began his career as a staunch Arab nationalist and member of Syria's underground Ba'ath Party in Jordan.

Abu Jihad (“father of the struggle”), whose real name was Khalil al-Wazir, was deemed a potent security threat. He was the mastermind of the infamous Coastal.

Kennedy's (The Masakado Lesson) third novel turns on an interesting premise: suppose a terrorist, a cross between Abu Nidal and Yasser Arafat, took over an American boys school in Italy, forcing the politically and industrially powerful fathers to pressure the U.S. government into acceding to his to achieve U.S.

impotence in the Middle East and the/5. Abu Nidal, the renegade Palestinian terrorist responsible for a wave of outrages in the s, such as the bomb attacks on Rome and Vienna airports, was based in.

The Abu Nidal Organization—named for its leader Sabri al-Banna, a veteran Palestinian terrorist known by the nom de guerre Abu Nidal—is a secular international terrorist group that has been sponsored by Syria, Libya, and Iraq, and has attacked a wide range of Western, Israeli, and Arab targets.

Abu Nidal, the notorious international terrorist of the s and '80s, was reported yesterday to have died in his final refuge - a flat in Baghdad - after almost 30 years on the run. Abu Nidal (Arabic: أبو نضال ‎) (May – 16 August ), born Sabri Khalil al-Banna (Arabic: صبري خليل البنا ‎), was the founder of Fatah – The Revolutionary Council (Arabic: فتح المجلس الثوري ‎), a militant Palestinian separatist group also known as the Abu Nidal Organization (ANO).

At the height of his power in the s and s, Abu Nidal Born: Sabri Khalil al-Banna (صبري خليل البنا), May. The season-two antagonist, Nidal “Al Makdasi” Awdallah (Firas Nassar), seeks revenge on Doron for having killed his father in season one.

Shirin al-Abed (Laëtitia Eïdo), a Palestinian doctor Author: Yasmeen Serhan. Abu Nidal is not a member of the coalition, but has strong ties to some of its members, Mr. Jabril said. He described their own relationship as ''based on mutual respect over many years.''.Seale's book stresses that Abu Nidal's bitter and vengeful personality was more than likely shaped by the catastrophes he endured as a child in Palestine in From a profound sense of grievance, Sabri Al-Banna developed an obsession with revenge.