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The Osama killing: A classic whodunit

May 08, 2011

The Osama killing: A classic whodunit

The world's most wanted man was ultimately an easy target. The latest conspiracy theory that he was betrayed by an insider seems a likely one to us. #Osama bin Laden #Al-Qaeda #War/Conflict #Ayman al-Zawahiri #Abu Musab al-Zarqawi #whodunit

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The Osama killing: A classic whodunit

Sep 11, 2014

How ISIS grew from al-Qaeda

2004 — Al-Qaeda leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi forms an al-Qaeda splinter group in Iraq. June 2006 — Al-Zarqawi is killed in a U.S. strike. 2006 — Al-Zarqawi’s successor, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, announces the creation of the Islamic State in Iraq. It comes ... #Iraq #Al-Qaeda #Abu Musab al-Zarqawi
The Osama killing: A classic whodunit

Aug 28, 2014

Mohamed Khalaf: Bashar Assad's Regime Was 'Biggest Helper' of IS

An interview of Novinite. com with Mohamed Khalaf, an Iraqi-born journalist and correspondent in Bulgaria of a Kuwaiti newspaper, on the Sunni militant group called Islamic State (IS) acting in Iraq and Syria. The text below is the first part of the ... #Syria #Iraq #Middle East #Jordan #Al-Qaeda #Bulgaria #Abu Musab al-Zarqawi
The Osama killing: A classic whodunit

Aug 27, 2014

Long Story Short: Where Did ISIS Come From?

Long Story Short: The history of the Islamic State traces back to the early days of the Iraq War, when it was founded under another name by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Columbia University's Austin Long explains the back story behind one of the most well-or... #Syria #Iraq #Middle East #Jordan #Al-Qaeda #Bulgaria #Abu Musab al-Zarqawi