Al Qaida bevestigt dood Mary Servaes . Zangeres Zonder Naam mede debet aan 11 september . 11 augustus 2011 door Pieter ’t Hoen. Al Qaida heeft in een internetboodschap de dood bevestigd van zangeres Mary Servaes.
AFP Al-Qaida bevestigt de dood van al-Wuhayshi. AQAP doet dat in een video die online gezet werd. De 38-jarige al-Wuhayshi was na al-Zawahiri de nummer twee van al-Qaida wereldwijd.
Al-Qaida heeft bevestigd dat zijn leider in Jemen is omgekomen. De terrorist Nasir al-Wuhayshi werd vrijdag gedood door een Amerikaanse drone.
The September 11 attacks (also referred to as 9/11) were a series of four coordinated terrorist attacks by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda against the United States on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001.
Date: September 11, 2001; 16 years ago, 8:46 a.m. – 10:28 a.m. (EDT)
Jan 20, 2015 · The man accused of spreading al-Qaida’s call for Muslims to kill Americans has gone on trial in New York. Khalid al …
Al-Qaeda is understood [by whom?] to have operated a number of safe houses, some of which were used as training centres.. American intelligence analysts justified the extrajudicial detention of some Guantanamo suspects because they stayed in what they characterized as an Al Qaeda safe house. American intelligence analysts also justify the detention of suspects who stayed in an Al …
Motives for Martyrdom: Al-Qaida, Salafi Jihad, and the Spread of Suicide Attacks Assaf Moghadam International Security, Volume 33, Number 3, Winter 2008/09, pp. 46-78
Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden’s death is likely to trigger revenge attacks on western targets. Photograph: Jeff Swensen/Getty Images As the US enjoyed its moment of long-delayed catharsis, there
Jun 16, 2014 · The assault in Mpeketoni began Sunday night as residents watched World Cup matches on TV and lasted until early Monday, with …
How al-Qaeda Survived the Islamic State Challenge Daveed Gartenstein-Ross & Nathaniel Barr The Islamic State’s (IS) emergence—with its control of territory, social media proficiency, and unprecedented ability to mobilize supporters—threatened al-Qaeda’s position of dominance within the global jihadist movement.