Document Type

Article

Department

Politics and Economics (CGU)

Publication Date

2009

Disciplines

Defense and Security Studies | Political Science | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration

Abstract

The contention being made is that governmental officials are downplaying a threat to the US homeland—that compromised of a small, yet virulent, component of domestic radical Islamic insurgency derived from the actions of one and two man cells. While a well intended policy, such actions may be in actuality setting up our nation for some sort of disaster down the road.

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"Domestic Radical Islamic Insurgency by Ones and Twos and the Politics of Self-Delusion" by Robert Bunker and Hakim Hazim is reprinted from Small Wars Journal per the Creative Commons license granted upon its original publication.

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