Saturday, September 29, 2012

DTN News: Al-Qaeda Top Stories / Headlines News Dated September 29, 2012

DTN News: Al-Qaeda Top Stories / Headlines News  Dated September 29, 2012
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(NSI News Source Info) TORONTO, Canada - September 29, 2012: Comprehensive daily news related to Al-Qaeda Top Stories / Headlines News  for the world of TODAY.
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Attack on consulate in Libya was act of terrorism, US says
Los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON — The lethal attack on the U.S. Consulate in eastern Libya was "a deliberate and organized terrorist attack carried out by extremists" linked to Al Qaeda and did not stem from a spontaneous riot as first believed, a spokesman for the ...
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Daniel Markey on US-Pakistan Terrorism Cooperation and Pakistan's Extremist ...
Lawfare (blog)
Immediately after 9/11, Markey explains, the Musharraf government, the military, and the ISI were helpful in locating and arresting some senior Al Qaeda officials. American cooperation with thePakistanis in those efforts was essential. Pakistani ...
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Pakistani al Qaeda 'facilitator' killed in Kunar airstrike
Long War Journal
Special operations forces killed an al Qaeda "facilitator" from Pakistan in an airstrike in the remote eastern Afghan province of Kunar, which has served as a terrorist safe haven. The al Qaedafacilitator is the seventh senior Pakistani jihadist ...
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Is Obama Losing the War on Terror?
Lawrence Journal World (blog)
If the withdrawal isn't done properly, al Qaeda could use it to claim that terrorism can defeat the U.S. and use it to recruit more terrorists... I realize allowing terrorists to use Pakistan as a sanctuary could increase the risk to American forces ...
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Osama Bin Laden Was Blind In One Eye, Says Ayman al-Zawahiri
Osama Bin Laden was blind in one eye, according to Ayman al-Zawahiri, Bin Laden's successor within Al-Qaida.
The last days of Osama Bin Laden the worlds most wanted terrorist...
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Terrorist supporter in Pakistan offers $100000 to kill anti Islam filmmaker
Pakistani cabinet minister on Saturday offered a "$100,000 cash reward for the death of the person behind the anti-Islam video made in the United States", (see article:Pakistani Cabinet Minister Offers Al-Qaeda $100,000 to Kill Mohammed Filmmaker ...
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Pakistani president fires back at critics over terror fight
Washington Times
The Obama administration has pressed Pakistan, with limited success, to take a tougher stand against terrorists who operate from safe havens in the tribal border region near Afghanistan. Earlier this month, the State Department added al Qaeda ...
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Washington Times
al Qaeda leaders reported killed in Mir Ali drone strike
Long War Journal
Abu Kasha commands two Pakistanis, Imanullah and Haq Nawaz Dawar, who administer al Qaeda's network in Mir Ali. Abu Kasha also has a working relationship and close communication with the Uzbek terror groups, including the Islamic Jihad Group (or ...
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Report Reveals Details of Obama's Drone Program
The New American
Two al Qaeda commanders are reported to have been killed in Monday's drone strike in the Mir Ali area of Pakistan's Taliban-controlled tribal agency of North Waziristan. The report of the al Qaedacommanders' deaths has not been confirmed. Abu Kasha al ...
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