Al-Qaeda: The sleeping menace

al-Qaeda – The Creeping Menace | News, Views, and Nonsense

Feb 18, 2013 · al-Qaeda – The Creeping Menace Ever since the rise of Osama bin Laden, the world has been under constant threat from the shadowy menace of al-Qaeda. This terrorist group has spread mayhem across the world at an ever-increasing tempo since the bombing of the World Trade Centre in New York, and members of the public seem to have no idea how far

Al-Shabaab: the growing menace of the al-Qaeda affiliate

Apr 04, 2012 · In the eyes of Western intelligence, the growing threat of the country’s al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Shabaab movement and its British ties makes it the new Afghanistan.

The Al Qaeda Menace in Africa – Brookings

Al Qaeda safe havens in Mali, Libya, Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, Yemen, Iraq and Syria pose separate challenges and must be dealt with on their own merits.

Tracing the Rise of ISIS Into a Menace of Terror – NBC News

October 2006: Jihadist groups within the Iraqi insurgency, including some affiliated with al Qaeda in Iraq, establish the Islamic State of Iraq, and vow in a video recording to plant “the flag

Report: Al Qaeda’s Yemen Chiefs Still a Menace to U.S

The killing of American-born Al Qaeda preacher Anwar al-Awlaki may weaken the Yemen branch’s ability to attack the United States, but the only way to eliminate the threat is to take out its Yemen

Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb: North African Menace

Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb: North African Menace The investigation into the deadly Libya attack continues, but the spotlight has fallen on al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb. Bruce Riedel on the

Al-Qaeda Menace – laprogressive.com

In this second headline, al-Qaeda “denies” a connection to the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)—a group consistently identified as “al-Qaeda” by the U.S. news media.

Al-Qaida / Al-Qaeda – Sleeper Cells – GlobalSecurity.org

Al-Qaida / Al-Qaeda Sleeper Cells. Attacks on the West have been conducted through two different types of terrorist organizations: the sleeper cell and the hit squad.

Syrian rebel fighters’ civil war within a civil war – BBC News

The Free Syrian Army commander, stocky, bearded, dressed in camouflage, oozed menace and seethed with righteous anger.

Al-Qaeda – Wikipedia

Al-Qaeda defector al-Fadl, who was a former member of Qatar Charity, testified in court that Abdullah Mohammed Yusef, who served as Qatar Charity’s director, was affiliated to al-Qaeda and simultaneously to the National Islamic Front, a political group that gave al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden harbor in Sudan in the early 1990s.

Leaders: Osama bin Laden (1988–2011), Ayman al-Zawahiri (2011–present)

‘Al-Qaeda has become a worldwide menace’ | IOL News

Dubai – Al-Qaeda, credited with a series of suicide bombings from Istanbul to Riyadh, and threatening attacks against the United States and Japan, has changed into a veritable international