Below is lifted from New York Times (link before that.) This should sound the alarm! “…concerns among American intelligence and counterterrorism officials that militants aligned with Al Qaeda could establish a base in Syria capable of threatening ...
ALGIERS, Algeria Official: Algerian forces kill top al-Qaida leader and 4 others in desert air strike.
The strategy of the United States and its allies in face of the "al-Qaida idea" will prolong not settle the global war. A theme explored repeatedly in this series of columns is the persistence of the al-Qaida idea.
Messages intercepted in Anbar in November reveal al-Qaeda is failing to attract Iraqi members to its ranks, Iraqi officials say.
American-Born Al Qaeda Member Calls for Attacks on West After U.S. Capture of Terror Suspect in Libya
“Arise and take revenge on the U.S., the enemy of Islam and the Muslims, and restore to us the glories of Nairobi and Dar Al-Salam, Aden, New York and Washington, Fort Hood, Benghazi and Boston.”
Governments have paid £42m in ransoms to al-Qaida and other terrorist groups in last three years, UN told
More than £42 million ($70m) paid in ransoms over the last three years has been handed to al-Qaida and other terrorists, the United Nations was told last night.
In a recent visit to North Sinai, CBS News' Clarissa Ward, like other journalists who have visited the area in recent months, interviewed Haitham el Menai, the brother of purported Ansar Jerusalem (Ansar Bayt al Maqdis) leader Shadi el Menai.