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America's Most Dangerous Terrorist Has Been Dead for 5 Years But Still Inspires Deadly Attacks
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Five years after his death, Anwar al-Awlaki's toxic message is...

Five years ago, President Obama took the extraordinary decision to target Anwar al-Awlaki, a charismatic American-born imam turned Al Qaeda terror plotter, for taking the lead in planning and directing efforts to murder innocent Americans. Al Awlaki ..., 3 weeks ago
Bombing suspect's father contacted the feds in 2014 Equilibrio Informativo, 1 month ago

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'Rock Star' Cleric Inspiring Terror From Beyond the Grave

The New York/New Jersey bombing suspect's written praise for radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki is another grim reminder that this icon of global jihad continues to inspire terror attacks long after he was killed in a U.S. drone strike. "If you were ...
 NBCNews.com1 month ago Anwar al-Awlaki: The Radical Cleric Inspiring Terror From Beyond the Grave  NBCNews.com1 month ago FBI: CDs bearing radical cleric's name found at Detroit home  Business Standard2 months ago
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Deceased al-Qaida figure Al-Awlaki still inspiring U.S. terror attacks

NEW YORK Five years after Anwar al-Awlaki was killed by an American drone strike, he keeps inspiring acts of terror. Investigators say a bomb that rocked New York a week ago, injuring more than two dozen people, was the latest in a long line of ...
 Japan Times1 month ago For those in weak mental state, imam had the right poison  New Hamburg Independent1 month ago US terror attacks common denominator: Anwar al-Awlaki  Yahoo! News1 month ago US terror attacks' common denominator: Anwar al-Awlaki  An Nahar1 month ago
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N.Y. Bomber Tied to CIA's al-Awlaki

Questions surround NY bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami's manifesto praising known CIA-asset Anwar al-Awlaki as well as numerous visits to Afghanistan and Pakistan. A manifesto found on Rahami made mention of the Boston Marathon Bombing, as well as ...
 Before It's News1 month ago N.Y. Bombing Terrorist Tied to CIA's Al-Awlaki!  Before It's News1 month ago

Bomb suspect praised Osama bin Laden, Anwar al Awlaki in notebook

The Department of Justice has charged Ahmad Khan Rahami with the bombings in New York and New Jersey on Sept. 17, as well as other planned attacks. The charges include Rahami's use of weapons of mass destruction, meaning the pipe bombs and ...
 The Long War Journal1 month ago

US wars encourage domestic terror: FBI 5hr

US President Barack Obama's administration has has set a new record in terms of military intervention abroad. (Photo by AFP) The US government's many military operations abroad have been the main motivation behind instances of homegrown terrorism ...
 PressTV.com2 weeks ago FBI Report: Homegrown Terrorists Are Motivated by US Atrocities Abroad  Disinformation2 weeks ago US wars encouraging homegrown terror: FBI  Press TV2 weeks ago 'Homegrown Terrorists' Are Mostly Motivated by US Atrocities Abroad: Secret FBI Report  Common Dreams2 weeks ago
Asharq Al Awsat

Bomb suspect accused of trying to kill cops to be arraigned

The man accused of planting multiple homemade bombs in NY and New Jersey has pleaded not guilty , reports say. It was the first public appearance for 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahimi since he was arrested after a shootout with police 24 days ago in ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago Journal of NY Bombing Suspect Bear Traces of ISIS, Qaeda  Asharq Al Awsat1 month ago NYC Bombing Suspect Was Shot 7 Times, Officials Say  ABC News1 month ago Bombing suspect's journal suggests ISIS, al Qaeda inspiration  The Hill1 month ago

Secret FBI Report Reveals True Cause of Homegrown Terrorism

Submitted by Carey Wedler via, In 2012, the FBI conducted a secret survey to determine the driving factors behind acts of homegrown terrorism. The results, recently viewed by the Intercept , reveal why extremists appear to hate ...
 Zero Hedge1 week ago Surprise: Homegrown extremists encouraged by military interventions  Before It's News2 weeks ago US intervention the reason for homegrown terrorism FBI study  Russia Today2 weeks ago

Threat to US warships in the Red Sea draws attention to complex war in Yemen

Attacks on U.S. warships in the Bab el-Mandeb Strait and the American Tomahawk counterstrike have cast the spotlight on Yemen, which is engulfed in a bewilderingly complex war that is drawing in the United States. Here are the stakes in Yemen ...
 Stars and Stripes1 week ago Q&A: Threat to US warships in the Red Sea draws attention to complex war in Yemen  Stars and Stripes1 week ago

NY bomb suspect pleads not guilty from hospital bed

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Elizabeth (United States) (AFP) The New York bomb suspect wanted for injuring 31 people in a September attack in Manhattan pleaded not guilty Thursday to state charges from his hospital bed. SIGN UP FOR OUR ...
 Breitbart.com2 weeks ago New York bomb suspect pleads not guilty to state ...  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago New York bombing: Suspect pleads not guilty from hospital bed  DNA India2 weeks ago N.Y. Man Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy To Provide Support To ISIL  News India Times2 months ago
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