al-Qaeda

(redirected from Alqaeda)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

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

References in periodicals archive ?
The killings were the first claimed by IS in Yemen and represent a strong show of force by the group in a country where rival AlQaeda is the most prominent militant organisation.
Gezi Park and Taksim protests handling by Erdogan were dark black points in the history of extremely peaceful protests against municipal decisions that led to the killing of a number of unarmed protesters by the same criminal regime that hosts Alqaeda camps on their land.
Ramadi/ NINA /--Aljazeerah Operations Command announced launching a wide military operation to strike the bases of armed gatherings belonging to Alqaeda in the areas between Nineveh and Anbar provinces.
BOOTS ON THE GROUND: THE FIGHT TO LIBERATE AFGHANISTAN FROM ALQAEDA AND THE TALIBAN 2001-2002 offers a close inspection of U.
During General Perves Musharraf's reign, the only senior dignitaries of the state of Pakistan were middlemen between US and Taliban, the US knew Taliban was a creation of Pakistan; hence, is influenced by Pakistan to greater degree and trusted them to supply only the truth but the truth but the US seems to be cheated as the bitter facts of intelligence surfaced after the death of Osama Bin Laden Pakistani soil; nevertheless, if Islamabad fought against Alqaeda, in 2001 they would be a thing of the past.
Touching on polisario's links to terrorism, he underlined the common interest between the polisario and AlQaeda as evidenced by the absence of any confrontation between the two parties and polisario's selling of arms to AlQaeda members.
concerns about the growing threat of Yemen-based alQaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
Most have happened in the past 18 months as Taliban fighters taught by alQaeda bomb makers stepped up their efforts.
Officials believe this to be the latest in a series of deadly attacks by AlQaeda linked militants.
Unfortunately this policy backfired, the Alqaeda leaders were given the opportunity to reorganize their forces and return to combat.
The Saudi leadership ignored the list, arguing they would not take strangling action that would provoke alQaeda to attack Saudi targets and cities," the reports said.
In contrast to alQaeda," writes Harrison, "most of the Taliban factions focus primarily on local objectives in Afghanistan and [northern Pakistan] and do not pose a direct threat to the United States.
Dhiren Barot, the alQaeda fanatic who planned radioactive "dirty bomb" attacks in London, got hold of nine passports while plotting carnage on our streets.
A WOULD-BE suicide bomber's interest in alQaeda "propaganda" does not make him a terrorist, a lawyer said yesterday.
AlQaeda leader Osamabin Laden urged Muslims to launch a jihad, or holy war, to stop the Israeli offensive in Gaza.