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  • noun a terrorist network intensely opposed to the United States that dispenses money and logistical support and training to a wide variety of radical Islamic terrorist groups; has cells in more than 50 countries


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  • 'special screenings' for muslims in military* ft hood suspect's links to imam under scrutiny* hasan's family held funeral at mosque of 9/11 hijackers* ft hood shooting investigation turns to possible terrorism ties* radical imam blogs his support of ft hood shooter* govt determined to connect hasan & al-qaeda* ft hood shooter tried to contact al-qaeda terrorists, officials say* ft hood suspect was on US radar* hasan's conspiracy mentors*

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  • These GOP folks from Texas and the midwest are clueless with they're arguments defending the GOP talking points to crticize the Obama administration's strategy for fighting the al-qaeda.

    Brennan: Some Guantanamo detainees will go to Yemen

  • In neighboring Iran which backed the Shiite militant foes of Iraq's al-qaeda militants bin Laden's death brought little public reaction, but was used by the Islamic rulers to jab at Washington.

    Islamic world quiet as bin Laden chapter closes

  • Top Posts awlaki: bogus. inspire magazine: bogus. al-qaeda: bogus. al-shabaab looks to me like a gigantic false flag operation selling the USA via the huffpost the political economy of israel's occupation another story that only makes sense if you agree the US is a jewish puppet omg. let's see hillary laugh this off lapsed west governance twitches spasmodically

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  • The lack of major public outpourings or declarations from al-qaeda also add another layer of guesswork about its future.

    Islamic world quiet as bin Laden chapter closes

  • Instead, the Bush Administration failed to fight al-qaeda by squandering our funds to invade a country with no al-qaeda present without WMD's. jules sand-perkins

    Brennan: Some Guantanamo detainees will go to Yemen

  • We are over there because, "We will dismantle and defeat the al-qaeda and tablian and to promote democracy."

    Republican: Obama must lead on Afghanistan

  • Republicans are worthless by attempting to defend themselves over they're incompentancy fighting the al-qaeda by calling others worthless

    Brennan: Some Guantanamo detainees will go to Yemen

  • Yes the Islamic threat (some call it al-qaeda, radicalism, etc) will continue to grow unless it is met straight on by the free world.

    Ex-CIA agent: Threat from al Qaeda greater now than on 9/11

  • Maybe they are to be 'bugged' to lead us to al-qaeda .....

    Brennan: Some Guantanamo detainees will go to Yemen


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  • This is the most frequently misspelled word on the internet. It must be. In the political forums where I spend my free time (and work time) there's no faster way for an intelligent debater to lose credibility in my eyes then to start ranting about "El Quaida."

    July 18, 2007

  • I always assumed there were numerous correct spellings, depending on who/where you are in the world (as with Peking vs. Beijing). No?

    July 18, 2007