Terrorism: Osama Bin Laden’s Heirs

In 2011, the Americans found bin Laden, but today, who are the enemies and how to navigate the real weight of al-Qaeda and the Islamic State?

For 10 years, Osama bin Laden was public enemy number 1. Until his elimination in 2011 by the Americans. Bin Laden is dead, but the Islamic threat has become more complex. It changed and multiplied. It has taken on as many faces as the trends that compose it. It’s a question of power, but who are Osama bin Laden’s heirs?

With bin Laden’s death, Ayman al-Zawahiri assumes command of al-Qaeda. He has no charisma or influence. Al-Qaeda is losing speed and another, more extreme movement is gaining momentum: the Islamic State group. With its black flag, it has very specific territorial ambitions. From its self-proclaimed caliphate to which jihadists flock from around the world, ISIS is preparing to attack this bloody Europe.

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