CIA may have to divert a few drones from Yemen and Pakistan to Syria. Via Fox News: A member of Al Qaeda’s senior leadership, Sanafi al Nasr, has relocated to Syria, where he is living openly and publicly courts his followers on twitter, according to counter-terrorism analysts and social media messages. “This is a guy who […]

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Jihadi day care? Via France 24: The French father of 2-year-old Assia has denied kidnapping charges after he took the girl to Syria and joined an armed rebel group linked to al Qaeda, saying he has acted in accordance with Islamic law. His ex-wife is suing for custody. In a telephone interview with FRANCE 24′s […]

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French Jihadist Says He Took His Baby To Syrian War Zone “In Accordance With Islamic Law”…

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“Inspire” is al-Qaeda in The Arabian Peninsula’s English-language magazine, not to be confused with al-Qaeda central’s new mag called “Resurgence.” Via ABC News: A new issue of al Qaeda’s notorious Inspire magazine urges its readers to detonate car bombs in major U.S. cities, and claims to feature justifications for violent jihad written by two U.S.-born al […]

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Hard core Al Qaeda member Via LWJ On Mar. 5, a review board set up to evaluate the status of Guantanamo detainees determined that Abdel Malik Ahmed Abdel Wahab Al Rahabi should remain in US custody. Al Rahabi is a Yemeni who was among the first detainees transferred to Guantanamo in early 2002. In deciding […]

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Review Board Rules Against Guantanamo Detainee

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Al Qaeda on the war path to defeat. Via The LWJ Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula freed several of its operatives from the central prison in the Yemeni capital of Sana’a in a complex assault today that involved suicide bombers and an assault team. Nineteen AQAP operatives were among the 29 prisoners who were […]

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AQAP Storms Prison In Yemen’s Capital, Frees Al Qaeda Operatives

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