Pro-Taliban cleric Sufi Muhammad addresses his supporters in Mingora, capital of Pakistan's troubled Swat Valley in April. "It is, of course, pointless to talk to al-Qaida," Nye tells SPIEGEL. "Their leaders cannot be attracted by American values. But the young people that Osama bin Laden wants to recruit for new terrorist attacks can be reached."
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