BEIRUT (Reuters) - Iran on Tuesday said it was not aware of the presence of three al Qaeda operatives who the U.S. Treasury alleged last week to be living in the country.
Iran aiding international terrorist groups -- including Al Qaeda -- is literally the opposite of new news. This is what they do. The regime in...
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri has appeared in an audio interview calling on fighters to take Western hostages and exchange them for jailed jihadists, the monitoring service SITE Intelligence Group said on Sunday.
LONG WAR JOURNAL: Treasury designates 3 senior al Qaeda members in Iran. I had been assured that welcoming Iran back into the community of nations was essential to securing Tehran’s help in the fight against al Qaeda.
CLEVELAND ? The United States has the authority to shoot down Russian fighter jets because Congress voted 15 years ago to authorize a war against al Qaeda, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) argued Thursday. Many members of Congress already think the 2001 authorization to use military force against the perpetrators of Sept. Show More Summary
Exclusive: The grisly beheading of a 12-year-old boy by U.S.-backed Syrian rebels spotlights Washington’s creepy excuses for arming “moderate” jihadists who are barely distinguishable from Al Qaeda and ISIS, reports Daniel Lazare. By Daniel Lazare The video is appalling even by…Read more ?
Of course Obama lied to us and kept us in the dark over Iran Iran threatens U.S.A. UN condemns Iran Naughty al Qaeda members are in Iran. Their permanent records have been noted. TX Voter ID law rejected by...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Wednesday blacklisted three members of al Qaeda living in Iran, saying they had helped the Islamist militant group on the battlefield, with finance and logistics, and in mediating with Iranian authorities.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Al Qaeda's Syrian offshoot, the Nusra Front, said it had executed around a dozen pro-Syrian government captives on Wednesday in retaliation for a government advance near Damascus.
The U.S. Treasury Department said Wednesday it placed sanctions on three members of al Qaeda.
CLEVELAND—No wonder Alex Jones seemed triumphant. The conspiracy-theorizing Texas radio host, writer, and filmmaker—who believes that 9/11 was an inside job and Barack Obama is the global head of Al Qaeda—used to be a fringe figure,Show More Summary
The U.S. government and mainstream media are playing down the long-hidden 9/11 chapter on official Saudi connections to Al Qaeda’s hijackers, hoping most Americans won’t read it themselves, as 9/11 widow Kristen Breitweiser observes. By Kristen Breitweiser First and foremost, here is what…Read more ?
There was no doubt about the outcome, but the 2004 battle to liberate the Iraqi city from an alliance of al Qaeda, Baathists, and other terrorists was nasty from start to finish.
The rampage opened a frightening new landscape of terrorism, using a weapon that is ubiquitous on roads in the United States and was encouraged by Al Qaeda years ago.
Congress today publicly released 28 previously secret pages of its 9/11 inquiry that detail possible connections between officials in the Saudi government, and the hijackers who carried out the 9/11 terrorist attacks. (more…)
The 9/11 Commissions look into the link between Saudi officials and the al Qaeda hijackers is finally here. And there are a number of tantalizing new leads.
The 28 pages were part of the congressional inquiry into the Sept. 11 attacks, but had been kept secret out of concern that they might fray relations with Saudi Arabia.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is making some news today for some silly remarks he made on Fox News last night in response to the attack last night in Nice, France. It comes right at the beginning of this video: All of the...Show More Summary
A report at ABC News quotes former Defense intelligence Agency head, retired LTG Michael Flynn, as saying that almost 80% of the material on computers captured from ISIS, Al Qaeda and other Jihadist was pornography. In his new book, Flynn says: “We were facing a despicable foe, one who would rape and pillage women and […]
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The U.S. military is weighing an increase in its presence in Yemen to better challenge al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, building on momentum against the group after a successful offensive by Gulf allies, a top U.S. general told Reuters.