al Qaeda

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al Qaeda

[ælkaɪˈiːdə] NAl Qaeda m or f
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With regard to the National Commission of Inquiry into the allegations of violations of human rights in Yemen dated 06/01/2019, that the Coalition aircraft attacked Al-Qaidah security department on 20/09/2015 at 8:30 am in the city of Al-Qa'idah, an hour later when a number of people arrived to rescue the wounded, the aerial attack resumed, killing 7 civilians and injuring 3 other civilian rescuers and pedestrians.
(61) "New video message from al-Qa'idah's Hamzah Bin Usamah Bin Laden: Jerusalem Is a Bride and Our Blood Is Her Dowery,'" Jihadology, May 9, 2016.
See also "al-Andalus Media presents a new video message from al-Qa'idah in the Islamic Maghrib's Shaykh Abu 'Ubaydah Yusuf al 'Anabi: 'The War on Mali'" (accessed January 7, 2017).
Traditionalists can be apolitical, such as Salafi Muslims (like most of the Saudi Wahhabis), Jihadis (like al-Qa'idah group members), or Sufis (like the popular preacher All al-Jaffi).
-The terrorist elements - such as the An-Nusra Front and the pro Al-Qa'idah foreign terrorists - are to be sacked from Syria (this serves America's interests).
Libyans are a conservative, warm people; their Islam is proudly main-stream, its ethos determined by the Sanusi Sufi Order, something that would send a shiver down the spine of any aspirant Salafi-Wahhabi ideologue, or Al-Qa'idah operative.
inside Yemen fighting Al-Qa'idah," Text of report by
On 11 September 2005 Cesur, Bektasevic and two of the young Danes are alleged to have published a document called 'Al-Qa'idah of the Holy War in Northern Europe' on the internet (1).
For Naylor, the big lie is that al Qaeda (or al-Qa'idah as he prefers) is a vast terrorist organization, centrally commanded and professionally managed by Osama bin Laden.
She also expressed the UAE's concern over the deterioration of the security situation in Afghanistan in recent years, especially in the presence of Al-Qa'idah terrorist organizations, and the ongoing activities of other armed and criminal groups.
(39) Ahmad Muwafiq al-Zaydan, "Tanzim qarib min 'al-Qa'idah' yutabna 'amaliyyat kanis jerbah," Al-Hayat, April 16, 2002.