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al Qaeda

[ælkaɪˈiːdə] NAl Qaeda m or f
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Al Mukalla: Two years after bringing peace and stability to former Al Qaida urban strongholds in south-eastern province of Hadramout, Yemeni forces moved to expel the militants from rugged and remote valleys and mountains in the province.
OSAMA bin Laden's son-in-law, the voice of fiery al Qaida propaganda videotapes after the September 11 attacks, has been convicted of conspiring to kill Americans for his role as the terror group's spokesman.
Continue reading "Israel Foils Al Qaida Plot Targeting U.
The rise in drone strikes signals the Obama administration is stepping up its efforts to target Yemen's al Qaida offshoot - al Qaida in the Arab Peninsula - amid fears of terrorist attacks.
Al-Fadhli and al-Harbi facilitate the movement of funds and operatives through Iran on behalf of the Al Qaida terrorist network.
The attack by a masked gunman bore all the hallmarks of al Qaida, the Yemeni officials added.
al-Zawahri "The general command of al Qaida, after completing consultations, decided that the sheik doctor Abu Mohammed Ayman al-Zawahri take the responsibility and be in charge of the group," said a statement purportedly by al Qaida and posted on militant websites, including several known to be affiliated with the group.
Sana'a The Yemeni government has declared an open war against Al Qaida, which has been increasingly growing since January 2009 when the Yemeni branch merged with the Saudi branch to form the so-called Al Qaida in Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).
Recent remarks by Iraqi and US officials about Al Qaida activities in Iraq and the confiscation of documents belonging to the group have strengthened the belief that Al Qaida's collapse is imminent.
THE Americans have obtained a copy of a video of what may be an al Qaida training video.
A missile from a US Predator drone struck a suspected terrorist safe house in Pakistan and killed a top al Qaida commander believed responsible for a bomb attack during a visit last year by Vice President Dick Cheney to Afghanistan, a US official said yesterday.
We cannot attribute all the violence in Iraq to al Qaida," retired Army Maj.