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Al-Qaeda - Wikipedia


Al-Qaeda (/ælˈkaɪdə/ or /ˌælkɑːˈiːdə/; Arabic: القاعدة al-qāʿidah, Arabic: [ælqɑ...

Al Qaeda - The New York Times


The Defense Department said it was still assessing whether the men, two of Al Qaeda's most senior leaders operating in the country, were killed in the drone ...

al-Qaeda | Islamic militant organization | Britannica.com


Oct 14, 2016 ... Broad-based militant Islamist organization founded by Osama bin Laden in the late 1980s. Al-Qaeda began as a logistical network to support ...

Al Qaeda - Background - Al Qaeda | Inside The Terror Network - PBS


From 1989 until in or about 1991, the group (hereafter referred to as "al Qaeda") was headquartered in Afghanistan and Peshawar, Pakistan. In or about 1991, ...

Pentagon Paid for Fake 'Al Qaeda' Videos - The Daily Beast


Oct 1, 2016 ... Pentagon Paid for Fake 'Al Qaeda' Videos. A controversial foreign PR firm known for representing unsavory characters was paid millions by the ...

Al-Qaeda - Infoplease


After the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, al-Qaeda (or al-Qa'ida, pronounced al-KYE-da) surpassed the IRA, Hamas, and Hezbollah as the world's most ...

Al-Qaeda (@alqaeda) | Twitter


1105 tweets • 15 photos/videos • 39.3K followers. Check out the latest Tweets from Al-Qaeda (@alqaeda)

al-Qaeda - Council on Foreign Relations


Jun 6, 2012 ... Introduction. Al-Qaeda, an international terrorist network, is considered the top terrorist threat to the United States. The group is wanted for its ...

Al-Qaida / Al-Qaeda (The Base) - GlobalSecurity.org


Jul 8, 2016 ... Al-Qaida / Al-Qaeda (The Base). al Qadr Group for the Preservation of the Holy Sites International Islamic Front for Jihad Against Jews and ...

FBI — Al-Qaeda International


Sometime in 1989, Al-Qaeda dedicated itself to further opposing non-Islamic governments in this region with force and violence. The group grew out of the ...

Al Qaeda is a militant Islamist group founded sometime between August 1988 and late 1989.
Established by Osama Bin Laden, al Qaeda helped finance, recruit, transport and train thousands of fighters from dozens of countries to be part of an Afghan resistance to defeat the Soviet Union.