The Foundation for Defense of Democracies has over 16 years of terrorism analysis experience since 9/11. Its research provides valuable insight into the present stances of terrorist organizations all over the world.
The organization has individually scoured data from sensitive areas in the Middle East and Asia to help form a public impression. Here are a few insights from them that better illustrate possible US security threats.
Afghanistan’s involvement in terrorism has been one of FDD’s original research topics. The organization’s articles on AWOL (absent without leave) Afghan personnel in America havedisclosedcrucial security issues to the US people.
Its updated articles on Taliban activity and Omar Khalid Khurasani, the leader of Jamaat-ul-Ahrar’s resurgence has created awareness in the US masses.
Al-Qaeda activities continue even after administrations think that they remain headless without Laden. FDD’s Bill Roggio continues to keep a close watch on all Al-Qaeda developments and the security threats it poses US interests in the region.
Al-Qaeda has always been one of their top priorities.
The Palestine administration has no control over the Gaza region. Mahmood Abbas remains reluctant to end his 4th presidential term, and the Palestinian population continues to be in Civil War. The geographical and political polarisation of the area is in adversity with US national interests.
FDD has been a reliable reference for the people on any development of the issue.
The organization’s reports on international terrorism, its preventive and countermeasures have been one of the authentic sources for the people.
Their insight on South American Narcoterrorism and the unrest in Central Africa is an excellent source for public awareness.
Foundation for Defense of Democracies researchsheds light on critical security issues that fail to reflect on American policies. It had put tremendous efforts to bring these issues to the notice of the previous and current administrations.