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Unknown enemies. Al-Quaeda and the others: What do we really know about new terrorism?

Year 2 N.3 March 2006

A Biannual Review of the Oasis International Studies and Research Centre Ordinary member of the Studium Generale Marcianum Year II, Number 3, March 2006 Dorsoduro, 1, 30123 Venezia tel. +39 041 2743964 ~ Editor Roberto Fontolan Coordinator Gabriel Richi Alberti Managing Editor Martino Diez Editorial Consultants Camille Eid Graphic Design PierGiorgio Maoloni with Anna Wawrzyniak and Francesco Camagna Layout Anna Wawrzyniak Alessandro Bellucci [arabic] Silvia Pivari [urdu] Editorial The Oasis International Studies and Research Centre Ordinary member of the Studium Generale Marcianum Tel: +39 041 2743964 E-mail: Organisation Patrizia Cacciari Francesca Battiston French translation Danielle Ballay Lunghetti English translation Matthew Fforde Arabic translation Khalil Asem, Camille Eid, Jamil Ghobril and Martino Diez [translation from Arabic] Urdu translation Mobeen Shahid Distribution David Cantagalli e Associati Editori Registration Tribunal of Venice n.1498 of 12/10th/2004 Subscriptions and back numbers David Cantagalli e Associati Editori c/o Edizioni Cantagalli Via Massetana Romana, 12 c.p. 155, 53100 Siena, Italy Tel. +39 0577 42102 Fax +39 0577 45363 e-mail: Yearly subscription Italy e 25,00 [abroad e 35,00] Single issue Italy e 15,00 [abroad e 19,00] To subscribe to Oasis or to buy a single issue from abroad it is possible to pay by credit card through the website: or It is also possible to make an international bank transfer to: Bancasciano, ag. Siena Italia Cod Iban IT65O835114217529 Cod. BIC (swift) ICRAIT3F9R Specify the reason for payment: subscription to Oasis Printed by Passavia Druckservice GmbH Verlagsgruppe Passau Medienstraße 5b 94036 Passau, Germany Tel. +49 851 802916 Fax +49 851 802930 Promotional Committee: Card. Angelo Scola, Patriarch of Venice, Great Chancellor of the Studium Generale Marcianum Card. Philippe Barbarin, Archbishop of Lyons Card. Josip Bozanic, Archbishop of Zaghreb Card. Péter Erdo?, Archbishop of Budapest Card. Christoph Schönborn, Archbishop of Vienna Card. Crescenzio Sepe, Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelisation of Peoples H.E.Msgr. Paul Hinder, Apostolic Vicar of Arabia H.E.Msgr. Anthony T. Lobo, Bishop of Islamabad H.E.Msgr. Fco. Javier Martínez, Archbishop of Granada H.E.Msgr. Joseph Powathil, Archbishop of Changanacherry H.E.Msgr. Fouad Twal, Co-adjutant Archbishop of Jerusalem Scientific Committee: Joaquín Allende Carl Anderson Camillo Ballin Gianni Bernardi Francesco Botturi Rémi Brague Paolo Branca Stratford Caldecott Massimo Camisasca Massimo Cenci Bernardo Cervellera Maria Laura Conte Axel Diekmann Angelika Diekmann Roberto Donadoni Jean-Paul Durand Camille Eid Paul Mounged El-Hachem Brian E. Ferme Francesco Follo José Andrés Gallego Claudio Giuliodori Laurence Paul Hemming Vittorio Hösle Henri Hude Jean C. Jeanbart Samir Khalil Samir Justo Lacunza Balda Nikolaus Lobkowicz Javier Prades López Claudio Lurati Cesare Mirabelli Ignazio Musu Dino Pistolato Gabriel Richi Alberti Giovanna Rossi Giovanni Salmeri Paolo Terenzi Boghos Zekiyan Errata Corrige The article of the second issue of Oasis, 'Prospects for the Intifada that has Changed the Lebanon', was written by Rev. Samir Khalil Samir. We apologise to the author for having made an error in the spelling of his name. Oasis is a non-specialist review of cultural information open to contributions by Catholics and non-Catholics. The authors' freely expressed opinions in the articles published hereindo not necessarily reflect the doctrinal orientationof the Oasis International Studies and Research Centre, and therefore must be consideredas the exclusive responsibility of each contributor. Oasis è realizzata grazie al contributo della Fondazione Cassamarca Oasis is published thanks to the contribution of Fondazione Cassamarca

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