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  • There was an item in a few Lebanese newspapers about a faxed threats to Shi`ite leaders in Lebanon by a Zarqawi-linked group known as Qa`idat Al-Jihad fi Bilad Ash-Sham.

    Sunday, July 31, 2005

  • According to Anderson, one of the least-known and yet most important areas for fauna in central Iran is the north-south chain of upland masses that separate the central plateau basin from Afghanistan, sometimes referred to as the Qa’in and Birjand highlands.

    Kuhrud-Kohbanan Mountains forest steppe

  • (by the way: for the record there was no such thing called a 'Qa'eda in Iraq before the Americans occupied and invaded the country), shoo kaman?

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • In a blog post today, Wilkerson wrote: What I have learned is that as the administration authorized harsh interrogation in April and May of 2002 -- well before the Justice Department had rendered any legal opinion -- its principal priority for intelligence was not aimed at pre-empting another terrorist attack on the U.S. but discovering a smoking gun linking Iraq and al-Qa'ida.

    The Real Reason

  • He may also be al-Qa‘ida’s chief of external operations.

    Archive 2009-01-11

  • An infantryman's searing memoir of the battle for Fallujah in November 2004, a crucial, hard-fought victory over al-Qa'eda and its allies.

    Hugo Bound

  • We've already conceded strategic depth, and their support of Al-Qa'eda affiliates is part of that, so what is this "backsliding" stuff we're talking about?

    Josh Mull: Pakistan: Diplomacy vs Giving It All Away

  • This wouldn't be abandoning Afghanistan, as many in congress are still willing to back the Vice President's "Counter-Terrorism Plus" approach of limited special forces and drone strikes against Al-Qa'eda.

    Josh Mull: Forget the Generals, Americans are committed to Ending War

  • And just how are they supposed to keep their guarantees on Al-Qa'eda?

    Josh Mull: Pakistan: Diplomacy vs Giving It All Away

  • There's nothing wrong with wanting to stop Al-Qa'eda and there's nothing wrong with wanting to develop Afghanistan.

    Josh Mull: Afghanistan: Hearts and Minds and Blood and Anger

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