What if I were to tell you that right now as we speak, Al Qaeda and ISIS are involved in an unprecedented power struggle.
What if I were then to tell you that ISIS is attracting so much money away from Al Qaeda that in the Waziristan region of Pakistan, Al Qaeda:
“was reduced at one point last year to selling its laptops and cars to buy food and pay rent.”
Would you believe me?
How did that happen? How can a relatively new organization such as ISIS beat an established organization such as Al Qaeda in the race to attract money and support from Jihad supporters around the world?
This article from The Guardian explains. Its 10 pages, so make a cup of coffee, print a copy and enjoy one of the most interesting articles on the contemporary world of Jihad.