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Synonyms for al-Qaeda

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

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S Special Operations Command advisor, has written a book about Al Qa'ida that is highly readable.
On July 22, 2004, the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (the 9/11 Commission) released its revealing report on the al Qa'ida assault on the homeland.
Reaping the Whirlwind: Afghanistan Al Qa'ida and the Holy War.
The current curious situation of often largely unsubstantiated warnings about al Qa'ida activity, of exhortations to remain vigilant but unperturbed, of news items which appear to evaporate without explanation, of the prominence given to the arrest of those alleged to be al Qa'ida functionaries seems oddly reminiscent of what used to happen in mediaeval times or in Elizabethan England when the government assiduously fostered public fears of Jesuit plotting.
There has been no evidence of linkage so far made public, not even in Mr Blair's dossier, between the events of 11 September, al Qa'ida and Saddam Hussein.
But one thing is sure, even if the West wipes al Qa'ida and its satellites out of existence, new threats will emerge while world poverty continues.
But, despite suspicions, there was not enough evidence to convict the men, both members of bin Laden's Al Qa'ida group.
Afghanistan's "porous borders, shared ideologies, and political maneuvering" have enabled Al Qa'ida and other groups to operate throughout the region, says Dunne.
and author of "Hunting in the Shadows: The Pursuit of Al Qa'ida Since 9/11, said.
Extremists linked to Al Qa'ida routinely transit Bulgaria between cells in Western Europe and the Middle East.
Post reporting has suggested possible links to the Muslim Brotherhood, Al Qa'ida, and other extremist groups.
After eight years of conflict and after the distraction that Iraq posed to this central front against al Qa'ida, many Americans are fatigued by war and confused by the complexity that dominates that part of the world," Skelton said.
The Standard Chartered Bank has clearly shown to have been the means of getting money to Al Qa'ida, via accounts in Saudi Arabia.
The FBI told Gardai that he allegedly supplies millions of pounds to bin Laden's terror group Al Qa'ida every year.