Ali Soufan

Soufan Group, producer

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Ali Soufan is CEO of the Soufan Group. He is a former FBI special agent.

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Lawrence Wright and Ali Soufan on ‘The Looming Tower’

The Hulu series ' The Looming Tower ' traces events leading up to 9/11, with a focus on the FBI’s attempts to track down Al Qaeda terrorists before they could strike on American soil.

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