Al Qaeda

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  • Bahrain recruited al-Qaeda operatives to target dissidents 2019-07-17 00:40

    Bahrain recruited al-Qaeda operatives to target dissidents, Iran: Documentary

    A documentary by Qatar’s pan-Arab broadcaster Al Jazeera has revealed that Bahrain recruited al-Qaeda terrorists to take out dissidents inside the Arab country and conduct terrorist attacks in Iran.

  • Mudasir Sheikh 2019/02/07

    By Mudasir Sheikh

    U.S. ‘deep state’ and Trump’s anti-Iran rhetoric

    TEHRAN - The U.S. deep state refers to a shadowy government consisting of an integration of Wall Street controlled U.S. intelligence community, Washington think tanks and the military-industrial complex that yields absolute control over popular governments and propagate the agenda of deep politics.

  • U.S. weapons sold to S. Arabia, UAE end up in hands of Salafists in Yemen: CNN 2019-02-05 17:07

    U.S. weapons sold to S. Arabia, UAE end up in hands of Salafists in Yemen: CNN

    Saudi Arabia and its coalition partners have transferred American-made weapons to al Qaeda-linked fighters, hardline Salafi militias, and other factions waging war in Yemen, in violation of their agreements with the United States, a CNN investigation has found.

  • The last breath of Al-Saud in Yemen 2019-01-24 01:27

    By Farzad Farhadi

    Why Yemen matters to Saudi Arabia and the West

    TEHRAN - Yemen is one of the most populous countries on the Arabian Peninsula. With a population that is 35 percent Shia, Saudi Arabia has also been concerned by what it sees as Iranian meddling in Yemen. Saudi Arabia has worried that the presence of Iran in Yemen could be risky for Sunni order, especially along part of its 1,800-kilometer border with Yemen.

  • Alqaeeda commander 2018-12-23 22:17

    Al-Qaeda commander killed in Kashmir

    In a significant boost to Indian government’s counter-insurgency operations in the conflict-torn Kashmir valley, six militants were killed in an encounter on Saturday.

  • Trump 2018-09-16 10:52

    By Martin Love

    Not an easy time at all and no thanks to the U.S.

    The world waits to see what the Syrian Arab Army and allies are going to do now that the "West" has warned it will attack Syria if there’s a full scale assault on the terrorists in Idlib. I would humbly suggest surrounding Idlib with a single exit corridor for civilians and starve al Qaeda and the rest of the terrorists into submission. Syria can appeal for support on the civilian question in Idlib.

  • Jalaluddin Haqqani 2018/09/06

    By: Syed Zafar Mehdi

    Life, death and legacy of U.S. ally turned foe Haqqani

    TEHRAN - The death of Jalaluddin Haqqani, the patriarch of the dreaded militant group Haqqani Network, has generated a palpable buzz and made international headlines. The announcement was made by the Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid on Tuesday, hailing him as a “religious scholar and exemplary warrior”, even though Afghan officials insist that he had been dead for at least four years.

  • Al-Qaeda 2018-07-31 12:18

    Amid deteriorating security, 110 Kashmiri youth join militant groups this year

    TEHRAN - In an alarming trend, at least 110 young local Kashmiris took up arms and joined militant groups in Indian controlled Kashmir between January and July this year, according to officials. The restive Shopian district in south Kashmir alone accounted for 28 young recruits.

  • Mohammed bin Salman 2018-04-04 12:09

    By M.A. Saki

    Saudi prince’s bombastic words do not worth attention

    Again, this time in an interview with the Atlantic published on April 2, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman made harsh remarks against Iran, calling Iran part of the “triangle of evil” along with al-Qaeda, ISIS and other terrorist groups.

  • Eesa Fazili 2018-04-03 10:22

    By Syed Zafar Mehdi

    ISIL/Al-Qaeda flags cause jitters in Kashmir

    NEW DELHI - The black flags of ISIL and Al-Qaeda at the funeral of 25-year-old slain Kashmiri militant Eesa Fazili in Srinagar last week have again raised eyebrows in Kashmir’s intelligentsia circles and reignited the debate over the presence of these global terrorist organisations in India’s troubled northern state.

  • al-Qaeda 2018-03-14 12:46

    By Uran Botobekov

    New ideological tactics of Al-Qaeda to revive its power

    According to American intelligence agencies, in the recent six months the influx of new recruits from post-Soviet states of Eurasia to Syria, who want to fight for the establishment of the Caliphate, has significantly reduced. It has occurred after the fall of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and also after a significant weakening of positions of the jihadist group Hay’at Tahrir Al –Sham associated with al-Qaeda.

  • Trump 2017-11-27 11:58

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    Trump and His Concerns over solving Jumbled Puzzle

    The name of Zbigniew Brzezinski, the former U.S. national security advisor, is very familiar to many who have followed the developments in the U.S. foreign policy over the last decade. This famous American strategist died this year at the age of 89. Brzezinski is referred to as the "creator of al-Qaeda": who, by using Saudi Arabia's capacity, sowed al-Qaeda's seed through his anti-communist tendencies during the bipolar system and in opposition to the Kremlin Palace.

  • un 2017-11-16 11:09

    ‘Saudi partnership in fight on terrorism is mockery of humanity’

    Saudis kill more children in Yemen than terrorists, Iran says

    Iran’s deputy permanent representative to the UN has said that Saudi Arabia is killing more children in Yemen than “Al-Qaeda, ISIS and Nusrah put together around the globe”.

  • Saudi Arabia 2017-07-29 09:39

    By Bruce Riedel

    Al-Qaeda strikes back

    Al-Qaeda declared war on the Saudi royal family 15 years ago with a call to revolution by Osama bin Laden that precipitated the most serious and dangerous violence in the modern kingdom since its founding.

  • Terrorism 2017-07-26 05:55

    A terrorism trial in the federal courts

    Republicans raged over what they called the White House’s weak and dangerous decision last week to prosecute in federal court a man suspected of belonging to Al Qaeda, rather than shipping him off to the military prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.

  • Iraq 2017-07-17 10:11

    Amid the rubble of Mosul, Iraqi reconciliation

    In contrast to ISIS’s rule over the city, Iraq’s government has already shown a path to reconcile Iraqis, especially its minority Sunnis.

  • Afhganistan 2017-07-04 09:55

    By Amitai Etzioni

    Time to say goodbye to Afghanistan

    The window during which President Donald Trump can extricate U.S. forces from the mess in Afghanistan and blame his predecessors for the calamity is rapidly closing.

  • Somalia 2017-03-06 02:37

    By Amanda Erickson

    In Somalia, a drought killed 110 people in just 48 hours

    The signs of crisis are everywhere. Each day, thousands flood the capital in search of food. More than 7,000 internally displaced people sought help from one feeding center in just a day, a level of demand the center cannot possibly meet.

  • Charles Taliaferro 2017-03-03 11:41

    By Jalal Heirannia

    Trump’s policies hyperbolic, emotional, alarming:  philosopher 

    TEHRAN – Charles Taliaferro, a professor of philosophy at St. Olaf College, says Donald Trump’s policies are hyperbolic, emotional,  and alarming. 

  • U.S. troops 2017-03-03 00:34

    Who decides on U.S. ground combat in Syria?

    In coming days, President Trump is expected to decide whether to send thousands of combat troops into Syria to attack Islamic State (ISIL).

  • U.S., Yemeni Army 2017-02-06 15:20

    Source: US, Yemeni Army to Involve in Intelligence War in South

    TEHRAN - The Southern regions of Yemen will witness a war of intelligence between the Yemeni army and popular committees and the US and Israel in the future, a source said on Monday.

  • arms sale 2016-12-23 17:29

    By Bonnie Kristian

    Ending a humanitarian crisis

    Half-hearted drawdowns in Yemen aren’t enough

  • wahhabism 2016-09-14 10:45

    By Mohammad Javad Zarif

    Mohammad Javad Zarif: Let us rid the world of Wahhabism

    Public relations firms with no qualms about taking tainted petrodollars are experiencing a bonanza. Their latest project has been to persuade us that the Nusra Front, Al Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria, is no more. As a Nusra spokesman told CNN, the rebranded rebel group, supposedly separated from its parent terrorist organization, has become “moderate.”