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Topic - Edward Gistaro
Al Qaeda terrorists are continuing to plan attacks against the United States and are seeking nuclear and other unconventional arms for the strikes, a senior Pentagon official told Congress yesterday.
Al Qaeda terrorists are rebuilding their capabilities and continuing to plan mass-casualty attacks inside the United States, according to an intelligence assessment made public yesterday.
Mr. Gistaro said "we do not see" al Qaeda operatives working inside the United States.
"The primary concern is al Qaeda in South Asia organizing its own plots against the United States," Edward Gistaro, a national intelligence officer who drafted the estimate, told the hearing.