Search: al-Qaeda (6 materials)

Escape from Responsibility: the U.S. Is Looking for a Way Out of Afghanistan

... Americans in negotiations with the Taliban: the statement of the Taliban on a complete cessation of hostilities; the initiation of negotiations between the Taliban and Afghanistan’s government; and preventing the growth of terrorist groups such as ISIS or al-Qaeda. This would enable the U.S. to embark on an immediate withdrawal of their troops. Nevertheless, the Taliban have its own requirements. If it stands the same position with the United States on the issue of fighting against radicals from the ISIS,...


Islamic State after ISIS. Colonies without Metropole or Cyber Activism?

... renegotiate its strategy in light of the loss of physical lands in the Levant. This scenario envisages an online geography for the Islamic State, which may eventually lead to the emergence of a new model of activity. The latter will probably resemble al-Qaeda’s decentralized, cell-based model that focuses on sharp, decisive strikes at foreign targets. Commenting for an article in Asia Times, you said that ISIS returnees are extremely valuables sources of intelligence. How can they be effectively ...


Washington and Moscow: Confrontation or Cooperation?

... actions in Dagestan represented not just a resumption of the war, but “the beginning of an invasion of Russia.” Nor was it just “Chechen bandits” who were involved, “but the forces of international Islamic terrorism.”2 Putin knew about the al-Qaeda attacks against US embassies in Tanzania and Kenya in the fall of 1998, which had killed 224 people. Thirteen days after the attacks, Washington had launched retaliatory cruise missiles at al-Qaeda targets in Sudan and Afghanistan. Putin’s ...


Arabs and Secularism

...,military,security,cultural. A good example of this what ails Islamic sects currently from differences among themselves or within the Muslim community in general . Between moderate or fundamentalist or Muslims Brothers or liberal or state islamic (DAASH) or al-QAEDA... But can not us ignore one of the most dominant intellectual turmoil in the present which is based on the problem of how to deal with the other. unfortunately more specifically other is not only foreign non-Arab? but It also different ego (himself ...


En Route to Useful Syria: Al-Qaeda Back in the Game?

... weakened by the government forces’ offensive supported by Russian air strikes targeted with the help of Syrian intelligence, and ISIS gained some ground in the north. Jabhat al-Nusra: the Inception Jabhat al-Nusra was originally connected to central al-Qaeda and emerged out of its Iraqi branch, the former al-Qaeda of Iraq in 2004, which in 2006 transformed into the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI). By 2011, Syria became the main jihadist hub and the foundation for recruiting jihadists after the U.S. invasion ...


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