Countercurrents.org The answer to the question planted in the title of this article is a definitive NO. There is absolutely no reason to take Ayman al-Zawahiri seriously or consider his threats ominous. If al Qaeda could, it would have attacked ... Counter Currents, 2 days ago
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In loving memory of Eric Arthur Blair... S ince "al-Qaeda breakaway group" ISIS is now firmly entrenched in key cities like Mosul and Fallujah and wishes to create a state of its own, it's no wonder that American soldiers might once again fight in ...Huffington Post, 1 week ago
25 August 2014 Bangladesh has for the last 40 years offered a fertile environment for the rise of intolerant politics and Islamic militancy in the Northeastern South Asia, said Thomas F. Lynch III, Distinguished Fellow for ...Observer India, 1 month ago
A court has framed charges against 13 people, including banned Harkat-ul-Jihad leader Mufti Abdul Hannan, on charge of deadly bomb attacks on a rally of the Communist Party of Bangladesh in the city 13 years ago. Dhaka's third additional ...New Age Bangladesh, 1 month ago Mufti Hannan and 13 others indicted Dhaka Tribune, 1 month ago
KOLKATA: A Pakistani national facing trial for his alleged involvement in the abduction of Khadims' boss is now charged by the NIA for criminal conspiracy under Section 120B IPC and UAPA. He was allegedly involved in terror activities while lodged ...Times of India, 1 month ago
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