Origin of al-Qaeda
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Cheney is relying on some thin evidence to tie Hussein to al-Qaida.
“To the fundamentalist leadership of al-Qaida, Saddam represented the worst kind of ‘apostate’ regime,” they wrote.
“I have come to realize that activism in an al Qaida-held area not only is deadly, but meaningless,” he concluded.Goodbye to the Last of Syria’s Good Guys|Joshua Hersh|October 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Abu Ghaithm, who has pled not guilty, is the highest-ranking al-Qaida figure to face trial in the U.S. since the 2001 attacks.The Daily Beast Looks Ahead: March 3-9|Brandy Zadrozny|March 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
President Obama 2: "Al-Qaida will only draw strength in a more chaotic Syria."Obama’s Split Personality: The Speech for Peace…and War|David Frum|September 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We are tracking al-Qaida around the world - and nearly two-thirds of their known leaders have now been captured or killed.
The first to see our determination were the Taliban, who made Afghanistan the primary training base of al-Qaida killers.
To date we have arrested, or otherwise dealt with, many key commanders of al-Qaida.
British Dictionary definitions for al-Qaeda
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Cultural definitions for al-Qaeda
An Islamic terrorist network headed by Osama bin Laden. It is generally believed to have been responsible for the September 11 attacks.