Most of the radical Islamist groups adhere to Sunni Islam. Religiously, they are inspired by the teachings of the Saudi Wahhabis, the Egyptian "Muslim Brothers" (banned in Egypt and most Arab countries), Pakistan extreme sects - such as "Tabligh", gave rise to the Afghan movement "Taliban". But geopolitically, these structures are not consolidated in the interests of Continental, and the more global scale. Moreover, with the most radical Sunni religious regimes, theoretically capable of serving as a support for terrorists, they are politically closest US allies, their regional satellites in the strategic sense. The capacity of these groups is manifested only when comes in additional organizational, military and financial resources - Resource Western intelligence agencies (primarily Britain and the United States).