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When Presidential Tweets Perpetuate and Promote Anti-Muslim Hatred

2 days agoReligion / Islam : altmuslim

“Trump’s tweets show that, increasingly, America’s purveyors of anti-Muslim bigotry no longer need terrorism as a rationalization. Islamophobia is finding new justifications, which don’t rely on ISIS or Al Qaeda detonating bombs in London or Chicago. And in that way, it’s embedding itself more deeply in America’s political terrain.”

US, Afghan Forces Kill Droves of Terrorists, Including Several al Qaeda, Taliban Leaders

The Pentagon confirmed Tuesday that U.S. and Afghan forces have killed several top al Qaeda and Taliban leaders during raids the last few days.

Afghan intelligence: Dozens of al Qaeda figures killed in joint operations with coalition forces

Among the dead is senior leader Omar Khetab, according to a statement by Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security

Facebook says 99% of IS, Al Qaeda content spotted by AI

INTERNATIONAL - Facebook’s artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly adept at keeping terrorist content off the social network, the company has said. Today, 99 percent of Islamic State and Al Qaeda-related content Facebook removes...Show More Summary

Suspected al Qaeda fighters among four Syrians arrested in Netherlands: prosecutors

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Two men suspected of having fought for an al Qaeda-linked group in Syria were among four Syrian migrants arrested in the Netherlands, Dutch authorities said on Friday.

Flight Diverts When Passenger Names Their Wifi Network “Bomb On Board”

If you’re on a plane, though, you need to turn off your wireless transmitting devices (use airplane mode) once the door closes, and not name your network "ISIS" or "al Qaeda". A Turkish Airlines flight from Nairobi to Istanbul todayShow More Summary

Facebook's Training A.I. to Spot ISIS, al Qaeda Posts---Nazis Come Next

Facebook Inc. says it is making big strides in removing propaganda posts and accounts from Islamic State and al Qaeda.

Facebook says artificial intelligence has sped up removal of terrorist content

Facebook says it's able to remove 99% of Islamic State and Al Qaeda terrorist content before it's flagged by users thanks to artificial intelligence.        

How US Ties to Link Iran to Al Qaeda

The U.S. propaganda campaign against Iran has tried to tie it somehow to Al Qaeda, including exploitation of a newly released document, but a close reading shows a very different story, says Gareth Porter at The American Conservative. By Gareth…Read more ?

NEW YORK TIMES REPORTER: Obama Administration Misled on al Qaeda. “The overall narrative that I…

NEW YORK TIMES REPORTER: Obama Administration Misled on al Qaeda. “The overall narrative that I think was being pushed to the press, and if you look back at the editorials that were done when that trove came out, was an image of bin Laden isolated, he had lost control of this group,” Rukmini Callimachi said […]

In ‘Watershed Moment,’ YouTube Blocks Extremist Cleric’s Message

4 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

The site has largely removed videos of Anwar al-Awlaki, Al Qaeda’s leading voice in English before his death by drone — and after, when he became a jihadist hero.

Did Al Qaeda Dupe Trump on Syrian Attack?

Special Report: Buried deep inside a new U.N. report is evidence that could exonerate the Syrian government in the April 4 sarin atrocity and make President Trump look like an Al Qaeda dupe, reports Robert Parry. By Robert Parry A…Read more ?

Russian Disinformation is Destroying Our Democracy

Clint Watts: A decade ago, al Qaeda in Iraq littered YouTube with violent videos. A few years later, Twitter became a playground for al Shabaab's violent tirades in Somalia and the devastating Westgate shopping mall attack in Kenya.Show More Summary

Bin Laden's thoughts unearthed in a journal handwritten by his daughter

A journal made public by the CIA and apparently handwritten by one of Osama bin Laden's daughters offers a glimpse into how the late Al Qaeda leader viewed the world around him and reveals his deep interest in the 2011 Arab Spring revolutions that were unfolding in the months before a U.S. raid...

CIA Releases Bin Laden's Diary

The CIA on Wednesday announced it released a massive tranche of files it said came from the Osama bin Laden raid in 2011. Among them: the deceased al Qaeda founder's personal journal. CIA Director Mike Pompeo said the release "provides...Show More Summary

From the bin Laden files

(Scott Johnson) The Obama administration suppressed the release of the trove of al Qaeda documents seized in the May 2011 raid on Osama bin Laden’s Abbotabad lair. It released a grand total of 571 documents and sat on the rest. Why so...Show More Summary

Osama Bin Laden Files Seized From Slain Terrorist Now Public — Here’s How To View Bin Laden’s Documents, Video

Terrorist leader Osama bin Laden was slain by United States Navy SEAL commandos on May 2, 2011, at the Al Qaeda chief’s secret compound in Abbotobad, Pakistan, ending a reign of bloodshed that included some of the deadliest and most brazen terror attacks in history. Show More Summary

The CIA just released Osama Bin Laden's journal and other documents from the 2011 raid in Pakistan

On Wednesday, the CIA released a trove of documents recovered from the 2011 raid on Osama Bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, including the former Al Qaeda leader's personal journal. The CIA said it released the documents in...Show More Summary

Osama bin Laden had the 'Charlie bit my finger' video on his computer at his time of death

Alongside files relating to his terrorist activities, former Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden had children's videos, movies, and viral videos on his computer at the time of his death. Bin laden lived with his family in the compound in...Show More Summary

ISIS and Al Qaeda have specifically called for the type of attack that just happened in New York City

Terrorist groups have long been calling for supporters to attack "infidels" with vehicles, and these types of attacks have become increasingly common in recent years. Eight people were killed and 11 were wounded Tuesday when Sayfullo...Show More Summary

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