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A valuable window on both sides in a lethal underground war. Anyone interested in the saga of terrorist fanatics will find Agent Storm compelling. And by the way, the CIA owes him 5 million dollars. This ground-level view of the shadowy struggle between these two clandestine groups is truly gripping. As a true spy-story, this book brings you incredibly close to what it actually takes to be an extremist and get into a terrorist group while balancing loyalty and treachery in the world of intelligence. Essential reading for everyone interested in how the war on terrorism is actually fought in the shadows. Grounded in the necessary broader geopolitical context, Agent Storm is hard to put down.

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Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Forget James Bond. Six-foot-one, pounds, with flaming red hair, Morten Storm is the real deal.

This guy really did infiltrate al-Qaeda and operate at the highest levels of the network for many years. The co-authors wrote the book based on weeks of interviews and months of documentary research to confirm what they learned. So much for any doubts about the credibility of this astonishing tale. Gradually drifting into the heart of al-Qaeda in Yemen in the late s, Storm was seen as a valuable asset by the terrorist network and eventually given an audience with Anwar al-Awlaki.

Eventually, Storm became a close and trusted aide to Awlaki. The cleric even entrusted him with the job of recruiting his third wife, a blonde Westerner, as well as funneling money and supplies to him and his followers as directed by Western intelligence agencies. The details about distrust and conflict among the various agencies are worth the price of the book in their own right. Paperback Verified Purchase.

Fascinating and terrifying look into the mindset and extensive reach of the jihadis. They are everywhere, networked, with a bloodlust to kill, which they see as a glorious martrydom which brings eternal rewards. Fascintaing and disturbing look into operation of intel and counterintel agencies, and relationships between the Danes, Brits and Americans.

But how much is true? Storm has provided enough evidence to the Danish papers which first published his story and to the publishers of the book so that it is clear he had extensive ties with many of the notorious jihadis and extensive ties to Danish, British and American security services. But whether the exact story is completely true, his relationship with them is exactly as described and whether it has really ended is not so clear, at least to me.

According to the book, Mr. Storm left his dangerous life after unfriendly break-ups in his relationships with all three sets of agencies 4 if you count two for the Brits, MI 5 and MI6 and has gone public with details of his betrayal of some of the most dangerous men on the planet, including Anwer al Alwaki, whom he claims to have set up for the drone strike that killed him.

With no protection, how is he still alive? In fact, one might flip that question and ask: That leads to its own avenues of speculation. Another major question the book raises for me is to the tremendous amount of operational detail exposed as to how Western intel does manage to foil plots and find targets to kill. If all accurate, was this all already known to jihadi leadership, and if not, has Storm compromised future Western operations?

Something presumably a passionate enemy of jihad would not want to do. So does that mean lots is intentional misinformation meaning he still works for someone , or is most of it made up, or is he completely amoral and who knows where he stands now, if anywhere?

Other questions arise with respect to his family. Storm purports to have two children he loves dearly, being raised Muslim by his first Muslim wife. Again, question as to their safety after publication of this book.

And what belief system they are being raised in, presumably Muslim - but Storm says has rejected Islam altogether. What does this mean as to his children? And his second wife who was with him believing he was a committed jihadi, although not necessarily an operational one. He uses a psuedonym for her,he says to protect her. Well, she is Yemeni, they lived in Yemen where he moved in jihadi circles. How exactly is she protected? Certainly not merely by a pseudonym.

And is she relieved he isn't really a jihadi? Or furious at the deception and has left him? These family questions are not addressed. Worth reading whether totally true or not. Raises lots of questions that remain unanswered. Amazing insight into what makes radical Islam tick, inside truly awsome adventure story. This is one of the most interesting and exciting true spy accounts I have ever read. In fact, Storm is probably unique in his abilities. The book is amazingly relevant to this period in the Middle East, where recruits come from all over the world, including Europe, to seek martyrdom for groups like ISIS and Al Quada.

There are many more Westerners willing to die for Islam than I could have imagined. Morten Storm's story is gripping. He earned the trust of the highest leaders of a number of terrorist groups, and was able to help 3 different national intelligence agencies take them out.

He also has overwhelming evidence that his story is true. This book will become an important source of the history of the Middle East during the last 10 yrs. See all reviews. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Jake Tapper. The Red Circle.

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