Osama bin Laden


Ghozlan: Bin Laden Was Never Member of Muslim Brotherhood

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood spokesman assures that, despite recent allegations, Al-Qaeda leaders never belonged to the ‘moderate Islam’ group, which relies exclusively on political democratic interaction.

Latest Policy Paper:Politics After Al-Qaeda

A Policy Paper written by Faisal Devji, University Reader in History and Fellow of St Antony’s College at the University of Oxford, exclusively for Conflicts Forum.

Dia Rashwan, Political Analyst: Arab Revolts against Tyranny Rid the World of Bin Laden

Dr. Dia Rashwan, political expert at Al-Ahram Centre for Political and Strategic Studies said that the defeat of al-Qaeda and the murder of Osama Bin Laden, was not the victory

Vulnerable Muslim Youth: The Challenge of Counter-Radicalisation

Atlanta, Georgia - Many of us are still bewildered by the bizarre news of the 19-year-old Somali-born American citizen, Muhammad Osman Mohamud, arrested on 25 November for attempting to bomb

Your reality or mine? Private reality, the media and the manipulation of information

Lawrence Davidson considers the problems of private realities – the fact that ”there are people who do occasionally attain power whose private realities are fantasy driven” and the fact that

What Ahmadinejad Isn’t Telling Us

When President Ahmadinejad announced, before the United Nations that most people in the world believe that the U.S. government was involved in the planning and execution of the 9/11 attacks,

Interview with Mohamed ElBaradei on Democracy in Egypt

How do you change a country in which the opposition suffers violent repression? Gero von Randow and Michael Thumann spoke to the Egyptian Mohamed ElBaradei, winner of the Nobel Peace

Israel: strategic ally or liability for the USA?

Stephen Sniegoski debunks the arguments that Israel is a strategic US asset, advanced by Israel lobbyists such as billionaire chief editor of US News & World Report Mort Zuckerman, and

Islam can not always be blamed.

Somewhere along the line somebody confused the peaceful Islamist group the Muslim Brotherhood Movement with the Al-Qaeda concocting a peculiar cocktail.

People of the decade: From Osama to Obama

Osama bin Laden and Barack Obama are the two men who are the symbolic bookends of the 2000s: bin Laden, the man who masterminded the attacks on the World Trade