Al-Qaeda’s suspect humanitarianism

Is bin Laden’s concern for flood victims a ruse to destabilize Pakistan?

How to Defeat al Qaeda? Meet Development Goals

When it comes to missions abroad, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the regional al Qaeda franchise headquartered in Yemen, has the distinction of being almost devastatingly successful, says Alistair

Egypt’s Mubarak: three decades of rigid rule

Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak, who has handed over power to his prime minister while recovering from surgery in Germany, is a survivor who has escaped six known assassination bids during

Experts: Al-Qaeda New Generation becomes more vicious than Bin Laden and Al-Zawahiri

Many experts on Islamist movements warned against the expansion and spread of Al-Qaeda affiliated Jihadi Groups in Yemen , asserting that al-Qaeda exploits the central government's weakness to spread among

The new wake of Al-Qaeda

The French expert ANNE GIUDICELLI stressed that the recent failed operation carried out by the Nigerian Farouq Abdel Motaleb demonstrates a new strategy of the network that would extract it

Is al-Qaeda winning?

What does it say about Washington's ''war on terror'' that dozen and a half people with paper cutters forced hundreds of thousands of Western troops into the battlefields of the

10 Questions on Combating Violent Extremism

I gave the opening keynote talk to two fascinating conferences this week organized by State Department, which sought to take stock of what might be called the "hearts and minds"

Al-Oadah’s message to al-Zawahiri: How long will you persist in this policy of bloodshed?

Sheikh Salman bin Fahad al-Oadah – General Supervisor of IslamToday – during the eighth memorial of the September 11 tragedies, addressed a message to al-Qaeda's second-in-command Ayman al-Zawahiri, who is

Again, Zawahiri Slams Muslim Brotherhood

Zawahiri’s latest audio release criticized the Muslim Brotherhood claiming its leaders come to Kabul on American tanks “talking about wanting to liberate it from the Taliban and agents of Pakistan,”