Qaida

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Al-Qaeda Safe Houses, Karachi
... the captives taken in the "war on terror" made dozens of references to al Qaida safe houses, in Karachi, Pakistan ... various lists of individuals, were captured in al Qaida safe houses, or al Qaida guest houses, in Karachi ... A list of 324 Arabic names, associated with senior al Qaida operative Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, being one of the most commonly referenced ...
Al-Qaeda In The Arabian Peninsula - Transformation Into Active Al-Qaeda Affiliate
25, 2010, The Washington Post said the CIA believed Yemen's branch of al-Qaida had surpassed its parent organization, Osama bin Laden's core group, as a threat to the U.S ... warned of an escalation in fighting between al-Qaida and Yemeni authorities, and predicted the government would need outside intervention to stay in power ... However, Ahmed al-Bahri told the Associated Press that attacks by al-Qaida in southern Yemen was an indication of its increasing strength ...
Baghdad Belts - Iraq War 2003- - Strategic Value
... Between 2004 and June 2007, Al Qaida in Iraq and Shi'ite militias used locations in the Baghdad Belts to supply their combat operations in the capital ... in these outerlying regions." In 2006, US forces captured a map hand-drawn by then-al Qaida in Iraq leader Abu Musab Al Zarqawi which showed Al Qaida placed a high priority on controlling the belts as a ...
Mohammed Bin Ahmad Mizouz - Defense Intelligence Agency Claims He "returned To Terrorism"
... recruiting Moroccans to fight for Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi’s al-Qaida in Iraq (AQI) ... and Combat, which has since become al Qaida in the Lands of the Maghreb, before going to fight in Iraq or returning to Morocco as sleeper cells ... The organizers of the group reportedly intended to create an al-Qaida-affiliated network in the Maghreb similar to AQI ...
Clandestine Cell System - Non-traditional Models, Exemplified By Al-Qaeda - Indirect Support Networks
... While Al-Qaida has elements of the organization designed to support the structure, but such elements are insufficient in meeting the needs of such an organization, and for security reasons there would ... are in a ‘use’ relationship with Al-Qaida—managed through cut-outs or individuals that do not inform them of the nature of activities, and that may have a cover pretext sufficient to deflect questions or inquiry ...