(Fully Translated) (TN: Each page has a watermark that reads as follows, “The Security Committee – al-Qa’ida Organization” “O ye people of faith, be vigilant.”) In the name of Allah the compassionate and merciful Important remarks before you fill in the application: 1. Show More Summary
From the first sudden, and quite dramatic, appearance of the fanatical Islamic group known as ISIS which was largely unheard of until a year ago, on the world's stage and which promptly replaced the worn out and tired al Qaeda as the...Show More Summary
The Obama administration will not release Osama Bin Laden’s pornography stash out of respect for the terrorist mastermind. DNA India reported: The pornography stash recovered from Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden’s Abbottbad hideout will not be revealed, a US … Continue reading ?
In 2007 there were areas of Ramadi where one could walk about freely, thanks to the American troops who fought off al Qaeda during the Iraq war. But ISIS has since advanced into the city. David Martin spoke with veterans of Ramadi to get their take on the city's fall.
Abdelkrim al-Targui, a high-ranking member of al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, was held responsible for the kidnapping and killing of several French hostages.
In letters released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the former al Qaeda leader express concern about the impacts of climate change and laments the 'great suffering' of Pakistani flood victims.
Asim Thabit Abdullah al-Khalaqi, a Yemeni accused of being a member of an elite guerilla force of al Qaeda, dies in Kazakhstan
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss what Osama bin Laden’s book selection and an al Qaeda job application say about the organization.
The Obama administration dumped some documents on Wednesday related to the raid in Abbottabad, Pakistan, which SUPPOSEDLY resulted in the many-shots-fired-to-the-face killing of Osama bin Laden, if you’re willing to believe the lamestream media. Show More Summary
The 2012 action thriller “Zero Dark Thirty” captivated millions of Americans with its intense depiction of the hunt for Osama bin Laden and the dramatic raid to kill the Al Qaeda leader. The Oscar-nominated film was lauded for its gritty authenticity and steady, deliberate pacing. Show More Summary
There's a laughable story out this morning about Al Jazeera and its employment mess. The laughable headline is "How Al Jazeera America Went from a Home for Idealists to a Sexist Mess". I've had more than one run-in with Al Jazeera employees. Show More Summary
The Obama administration declassified and released letters, books and terror job applications found in Osama bin Laden's Pakistan hideout. The al Qaeda leader had some materials that a lot of Americans would recognize. Mark Phillips reports.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Osama bin Laden was fixated on attacking U.S. targets and pressured al Qaeda groups to heal local rivalries and focus on that cause, according to documents the United States says were seized in his hideout in Pakistan and released on Wednesday.
France’s Ministry of Defense said troops killed Abdelkarim al-Targui, of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, suspected to have ordered the killings of two French journalists in 2013 in Mali.
The infamous terrorist had an extensive digital library. As Mark Phillips reports, the digitized books and thousands of internal al Qaeda memos reveal a dark view and a threatening intent toward his sworn American enemy.
The Algerian military has not confirmed the affiliation of the slain jihadists, but they reportedly belonged to an al Qaeda splinter group that has pledged loyalty to the Islamic State.
The latest for Team Khadr is a fluff piece by the Globe and Mail. Not once did the words ‘convicted’, ‘Al Qaeda’, ‘murder’, or ‘Christopher Speer’ appear. The word ‘terrorist’ appears one time. How did the Globe and Mail use the word? In a quote by Khadr’s lawyer saying that calling him a ‘terrorist’ is […]
With the release of 103 documents from Osama bin Laden's compound came insight as to how the deceased al Qaeda lived his life at a Pakistani home until Navy SEALs raided in 2011. For Fox's Gretchen Carlson one detail was particularly "sickening": That bin Laden praised Allah.
The declassified material includes letters between Bin Laden and his lieutenants and a list of books found in the Al Qaeda leader’s compound.
An apparent application to join al Qaeda is among the slew of newly released documents U.S. intelligence officials say were seized in the May 2011 raid that resulted in Osama bin Laden’s death. A questionnaire titled “Instructions to...Show More Summary