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U.S. Special Ops Rescue Yemeni Hostages from Al Qaeda militants

Officials from Yemen and the United States announced Tuesday that a successful U.S.-led special forces operation freed eight hostages from the grasp of Al Qaeda terrorists, who were holding the captives for unknown reasons in eastern Yemen. Show More Summary

U.S.-led raid frees 8 al Qaeda-held hostages in Yemen

The Yemen military was involved. But the United States planned it. And a couple dozen members of the U.S. military participated. In a daring raid that freed eight people held hostage by al Qaeda terrorists. Click here to read the st...

Al Qaeda affiliate besieges two Syrian towns

Islamist rebels were trying to wrest control Sunday of a pair of besieged pro-government towns in northern Syria, according to opposition and loyalist accounts.

The war against terror isn’t a war against Islam

Two Presidents have said that the war against terror isn’t a war against Islam, and I guess that makes everyone feel better about themselves. But in Kenya, yesterday morning, al Shabab terrorists of the al Qaeda variety executed 28 people who could not recite the Shahada, a tenet of the Muslim faith, according to Associated […]

Even Al Qaeda Thinks ISIS Has Gone Too Far

Al Qaeda's affiliate in Yemen -- al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula -- strongly rebuked ISIS in a video released Friday, declaring ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's declaration of an Islamic caliphate to be illegitimate. The statement,...Show More Summary

Yemen's Al Qaeda branch denounces ISIS on Twitter

SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemen's al-Qaeda branch on Friday denounced the Islamic State group for declaring a caliphate on territory it seized in Syria and Iraq and for aggressively seeking to expand its area of influence. The al-Qaeda Yemeni...Show More Summary

Ryan Pitts: Man of Honor

From my paying home…..   I count myself blessed that I ever got to serve in the Army with men like Ryan and the countless others like him that rose to the challenges of taking on Al qaeda and their ilk.  If you don’t get our magazine though, you probably didn’t get a chance to read […]

The New House Intel Chair Once Called GOP Colleague ‘Al Qaeda’s Best Friend’

last weekNews : Mediaite

Call your colleague "al Qaeda's best friend" and one day you'll be taken seriously enough to get selected to chair the House Intelligence Committee. That's the life lesson we learned today from Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA).

ISIS and Al Qaeda Reportedly Joining Forces for the Greater Evil

According to the Associated Press, jihadi godfathers Al Qaeda and scrappy terror upstarts ISIS have decided to put aside their petty differences and focus on what's really important: making life worse for everyone else. Read more...

ISIS, al Qaeda reportedly agree to work together

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria allegedly agreed with al Qaeda last week to stop fighting each other and work together against common enemies, the The Associated Press reports. The Nov. 2 meeting in Syria, organized by a third party, included about seven top militant leaders, a Syrian opposition official told AP in Turkey. Show More Summary

ISIS, al Qaeda may have just agreed to work together

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria allegedly agreed with al Qaeda last week to stop fighting each other and work together against common enemies, the The Associated Press reports. The Nov. 2 meeting in Syria, organized by a third party, included about seven top militant leaders, a Syrian opposition official told AP in Turkey. Show More Summary

Colombia's FARC Make More Money than Al Qaeda, Boko Haram, and the Taliban Combined

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, a Marxist terror group based in that nation and partially bankrolled by the government of Cuba, is richer than Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and Boko Haram combined, according to a Forbes ranking of the world's richest terrorist organizations. Show More Summary

Navy SEAL Rob O'Neill: It Felt Like 'We Weren't Going To Come Back' From The Bin Laden Operation

Former Navy SEAL and member of Seal Team Six, Robert O'Neill recently gave an exclusive interview with Fox News, in which he told his story of the days and weeks leading up to the May 2011 raid on Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden's compound. ...Show More Summary

Navy SEAL Describes The Moment He Says He Shot Osama Bin Laden

In an exclusive interview with Fox News, the Navy SEAL who claims he shot Osama bin Laden described looking into the Al Qaeda leader's eyes before he killed him. Former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill, who has come forward publicly for theShow More Summary

The Deadly Drone Spotters of Pakistan

2 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

Identifying targets for the lethal American drone attacks in Pakistan was always dangerous. Then al Qaeda created its own strike force to target the informants.

The Navy SEAL Who Allegedly Shot Bin Laden Described The Letters He Wrote To His Children Before Leaving On The Raid

Robert O'Neill, the former Navy SEAL who says he shot and killed Osama Bin Laden told Fox News in an interview broadcast Tuesday evening that he wrote letters to his loved ones before leaving on the 2011 raid on the Al Qaeda leader's compound. Show More Summary

How A 27-Year-Old Reporter Landed An Interview With The Alleged Bin Laden 'Shooter'

In the late hours of May 1, 2011 news broke that US security forces killed Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and Fox News reporter Peter Doocy, ran out of his apartment in Washington D.C. "I got down to the White House and just celebrated on Pennsylvania Avenue late on a Sunday night with thousands of people and it was a night that I will never forget. Show More Summary

ISIS in Retreat in Iraq, Maybe, May Be Moving to Unite With Al Qaeda Components in Syria

2 weeks agoNews : Reason

Last week President Obama said he wanted an authorization for the use of military force against ISIS, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, after all. Up to then the White House argued the U.S.-led campaign against ISIS in Iraq and in...Show More Summary

Behind the Bars: Guantánamo Bay: An Obituary for My Friend, Adnan Abdul Latif

Adnan Abdul Latif (pictured above) was a Yemeni citizen who had been accused of being a member of Al Qaeda, a fighter in Tora Bora, and part of Osama bin Laden's 55th Arab Brigade. The Department of Defense believed that he had weapons training at Al Qaeda's al-Faruq training camp. Show More Summary

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