WASHINGTON -- Osama bin Laden is dead and al-Qaida dispersed, yet the horrors keep coming. Western hostages beheaded on camera. School girls abducted by gunmen in the night. Families fleeing their homes in fear they might be killed because of their ... Miami Herald, 6 days ago
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Despite declaring Al Qaida's core decimated, US is waging battles on diverse battlefield Washington: Thirteen years after Al Qaida militants hijacked and crashed four commercial airliners into the World Trade Centre towers in New York, the Pentagon ...Gulf News, 1 week ago India on alert as al-Qaida opens jihadist front targeting South Asia nations China Post, 2 weeks ago Analysts see al-Qaida's expansion to India as reaction to terror group's diminished influence Saskatchewan Lifestyles, 2 weeks ago Al-Qaida leader says it has expanded into India Metro Canada, 2 weeks ago
Jul. 29, 2014 Head of the Defense Intelligence Agency Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, may be retiring next month, but his assessment of terrorism today is still relevant. Thirteen years, two wars and an excess of $6 trillion spent fighting terrorism ...The Patriot Post, 1 month ago
The USA's Director of National Intelligence has warned that a new and little known splinter group from al-Qaida may pose a greater threat to the West than the so-called Islamic State (IS). Known as 'Khorasan', they are may possibly receiving funding ...Voice of Russia, 4 hours ago Band of hardened al-Qaida fighters in Syria seen as more imminent threat to U.S. Japan Times, 1 day ago As I see it: If the West denies what it's up against, it will lose Jerusalem Post, 4 days ago Al-Qaida's Syrian cell alarms US Stars and Stripes, 1 week ago
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Islamic State overtaking al-Qaida in social media IHS Asia analyst: We see indicators Islamic State trying to establish presence in South Asia • By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON Jihadist social media sites have begun promoting Islamic State messages ...Jerusalem Post, 1 week ago [Steven P. Bucci] IS more dangerous than al-Qaida Korea Herald, 2 weeks ago Why the Islamic State Is a Greater Threat Than Al-Qaida Before 9/11 Brookings Institution, 1 month ago Islamic State - A new threat from Middle-East Meri News, 18 hours ago
BAGHDAD -- Propaganda has been one of the core strategies of the Sunni militant group in Syria and Iraq that today calls itself the Islamic State — and its name is very much a part of that. In July, the group's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, ...Miami Herald, 1 week ago
One man more interested than most in what President Barack Obama will have to say in his address to the nation Wednesday night is al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri. In his hideout somewhere in Pakistan or Afghanistan, he will likely be hoping ...WCVB.com, 1 week ago
Last week nine countries, most of them in Europe, were named as the core group of a coalition President Barack Obama says will degrade and destroy Islamic State. REUTERS - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Baghdad on Wednesday as he ...Haaretz, 1 week ago
War On Terror: Still suspending disbelief that al-Qaida is as dead as Osama bin Laden, President Obama insists that the Islamic State, aka ISIS, is not al-Qaida. In fact, they're the same terrorist group. The president would have us believe the ...Investor's Business Daily, 2 weeks ago Editorial: Al Qaida And ISIL Are A Two-Headed Monster Investor's Business Daily, 2 weeks ago
The UK has pledged to stand beside America in global efforts to degrade and ultimately destroy Islamic State militants fighting in Syria and Iraq, in a struggle that could last up to three years. Nato has launched a a "core coalition" of 10 ...Huffington Post UK, 2 weeks ago UK Joins 10 Nato Allies Who Have Vowed To 'Degrade And Destroy' ISIS Huffington Post UK, 2 weeks ago US Forms Anti-ISIS Coalition With UK At Nato Summit Huffington Post UK, 2 weeks ago
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