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Latest Ayman Al-Zawahiri Items
The day Libyan rebels advanced into the strategic city of Zawiya, Col. Moammar Gadhafi's forces clamped down on the local hospital.
A midsummer poll in six Arab nations (Morocco, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates) by the Arab-American Institute found the "Arab Spring" is not good news for the United States. Sample Zogby poll results:
The Obama administration is going where no White House has gone before: directly accusing Iran of supporting al Qaeda. This long overdue move to get tough on Tehran deserves to be applauded.
The question most asked after Friday's terror attacks in Oslo was "Why Norway?" The more relevant question is, when will attacks like this happen in the United States?
The U.S. and its allies are within reach of defeating al Qaeda after killing Osama bin Laden and gaining new insights about the terrorist group's other leading figures, new U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Saturday.
As Osama bin Laden watched his terrorist organization get picked apart, he lamented in his final writings that al Qaeda was suffering from a marketing problem. His group was killing too many Muslims and that was bad for business. The West was winning the public relations fight. All his old comrades were dead and he barely knew their replacements.
Ayman al-Zawahri, Osama bin Laden's longtime deputy, has taken control of al Qaeda, the group said Thursday, a widely anticipated move that comes at a time the terror network is struggling for relevance amid a wave of Arab uprisings that has threatened to upstage it.
After weeks of waiting and speculation, Ayman al Zawahri has officially taken over the leadership of al Qaeda. Whether the new chairman of terror will be able to resurrect the organization after the death of its charismatic, visionary leader - or simply watch as internal and external forces tear it apart - remains to be seen.
Osama bin Laden's longtime top deputy, Ayman al-Zawahri, has assumed command of al Qaeda, and a website associated with the terrorist group is calling on "lone wolf" agents to target and kill 40 prominent Americans at their homes in the U.S.