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Chronology of Aum Shinrikyo's CBW Activities
Click on a table row below to jump to the respective footnote. CHRONOLOGY OF AUM SHINRIKYO CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL AND RELATED INCIDENTS.
Aum Shinrikyo Insights Into How Terrorists Develop Biological and
This detailed case study of Aum Shinrikyo (Aum) suggests several lessons for understanding . Matsumoto, the founder and former leader of Aum Shinrikyo.
Aum Shinrikyo: Once and Future Threat?
future threat. Answering this question may further our understanding, not only of the Aum but also of other extremist and terrorist groups.
Aum Shinrikyo, Al Qaeda, and the Kinshasa Reactor: Implications of
Case Study 1: Aum Shinrikyo's Attempt to Acquire a Nuclear. Capability .

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Cult Shadow Still Looms Over Japan
A raid by Japan's spy agency this month on sites tied to Aum Shinrikyo is a reminder of the troubling legacy the cult has left. By J.
David Hoffman: The lessons of Aum Shinrikyo
A fresh examination of the Aum Shinrikyo cult in Japan offers some insights into just how difficult it might be to use pathogens for terrorism.
A Retrospective Look at Chem-Bio Terrorism
The report, available on the CNAS website, is called “Aum Shinrikyo: Insights Into How Terrorists Develop Biological and Chemical Weapons.
Norway's Terror as Systemic Destabilization: Breivik, the Arms-for-Drugs
The still not understood nerve gas attacks of 1995 in the Tokyo subway, by the Buddhist group Aum Shinrikyo, can be seen as a possible deep event.
Qaeda Trying to Harness Toxin for Bombs, US Officials Fear
In 1995, the Aum Shinrikyo cult released sarin nerve gas on underground trains in Tokyo, killing 12 people and injuring more than 5000, and nearly paralyzing one of the world's leading economies for weeks.

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Aum Shinrikyo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aum Shinrikyo (currently known as Aleph) is a Japanese "new religious movement" and cult. The group was founded by Shoko Asahara in 1984.
Aum Shinrikyo - Council on Foreign Relations
May 28, 2008 A profile of the Japanese religious cult that carried out the 1995 subway sarin attack.
Aum Shinrikyo: Once and Future Threat?
The group's sarin gas attacks and unsuccessful attempts to release botulin toxin and anthrax spores, funding sources, and background.
Aum Shinrikyo
Sep 1, 1996 Research resources on Aum Shinrikyo, the Japanese cult that carried out a Sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway system.
Aug 19, 2006 The Aum Shinri Kyo cult in Japan.

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