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Declassified Key Judgments from "Trends in Global Terrorism: Implications for the United States"

Published April 2006

This National Intelligence Estimate report, written in April 2006 and declassified in part on September 26, 2006, states that jihadists are "increasing in both number and geographic dispersion" and that increased attacks are in order if the trend continues. It analyzes the state of the jihadist movement, noting its underlying factors, vulnerabilities, and possible means of terrorism.

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