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    Al Qaeda

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    Al Qaeda is a terrorist group that was founded between 1988 and 1989. The founders included Osama Bin Laden and Muhammad Atef among others with the same views. The name Al Qaeda translates to "the base" in the English language. Al Qaeda moves around the Middle East until it settled in Afghanistan. The group opposes the United States and other countries due to the counties not following Al Qaeda extreme views of Islam. Al Qaeda has allied themselves with other extremist groups with the similar agendas

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    The Rise Of Al-Qaeda

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    oppressive regimes to communicate their hatred of Western values‚ such as the Al-Qaeda. When comparing the actions and ideologies of Al-Qaeda to the term ‘freedom fighter‚’ overall‚ the connection is not as strong. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines this term as ‘a person who takes part in a resistance movement against an oppressive political or social establishment’ (Merriam-Webster Incorporated‚ 2015). Although the Al-Qaeda is a resistance movement fighting to impose a new form of leadership‚ its

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    Tragedy Of Al-Qaeda

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    terrorist group Al-Qaeda. Others believe that if the US had healthier ties with the Iraqi government‚ then 9/11 and other attacks wouldn’t have occurred. At one point in time‚ Al-Qaeda‚ was the worlds` most powerful terrorist group. Al-Qaeda is a global militant Sunni Islamist organization founded by Osama bin Laden in the late 1980`s.They operate as a network comprising both a multinational‚ stateless army and an Islamist extremist‚ wahhabi jihadist group. Among the beliefs assigned to al-Qaeda‚ members

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    Al Qaeda Essay

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    What is the meaning of Al Qaeda? The term al Qaeda means “The Base” in Arabic‚ but the sense of the term suggests it is — or is to be — the font and guide of all Islamist actions and groups dedicatedly anti-Western. The ultimate aim of these jihadi elements is to establish a global caliphate. What are the main goals of al Qaeda? The principal stated aims of al-Qaeda are to drive Americans and American influence out of all Muslim nations‚ especially Saudi Arabia; destroy Israel; and topple pro-Western

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    Al-Qaeda/Terrorism

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    infamous terrorist organizations is Al-Qaeda. Established in 1988 by militant Islamist‚ Osama Bin Laden‚ Al-Qaeda traces all the way back to the Soviet War in Afghanistan. It operates as a network comprising both a multinational and stateless army. It has been designated as a terrorist organization by the United Nations Security Council‚ NATO‚ the European Union‚ the United Kingdom‚ the United States‚ and various other countries. The overall mission of Al-Qaeda is to attempt to overthrow godless

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    Al Qaeda 4

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    Paper 1 – Al-Qaeda 10/19/10 It would not at all be surprising if this decade comes to be known as the decade of terrorism in years to come. Since the turn of the millennium‚ terrorism‚ maybe more than any other global issue or topic‚ has plagued the world stage with constant news and horror. It can be argued that terrorism is a problem with no solution and no end in sight. The Islamic militant group‚ Al-Qaeda‚ is the most well known terrorist organization in the world. Al-Qaeda has been held

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    Al-Qaeda And ISIS

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    page 89) President Obama was referring to the relationship between al-Qaeda‚ a well-established terrorist group‚ and ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Shaam)‚ a terrorist group that has recently grown within the last couple of years. This statement suggests that ISIS and al-Qaeda are working together and has led to much confusion on the relationship between al-Qaeda and ISIS. The rise of ISIS is different than that of al-Qaeda due to the success of its leadership‚ the establishment of the ‘caliphate’

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    Al Qaeda AND ISIS

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    Michael Quinones ENG 111 Mr. Branson September 13‚ 2015 Al Qaeda and ISIS September 11‚ 2001 is a day that most Americans will never forget. 19 terrorist boarded a total of four different passenger airliners with the goal of causing havoc in the United States of America. Al-Qaeda was quickly deemed the culprit‚ and in 2004 after years of denying any involvement; Osama Bin Laden the leader of al-Qaeda claimed responsibility for the attacks. President George W. Bush correlated with other countries

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    When one turns on the news‚ the last thing they hear is Al Qaeda. All you hear‚ in this day and age‚ is how strong ISIS and all the threats they are involved with. That‚ however‚ doesn’t mean Al Qaeda is non-existent. In other words‚ it’s been since September 11th 2001 since Al Qaeda has left it’s marks in America‚ but countries like Africa have felt the brunt of what the terrorist group has to offer. On Friday‚ November 20th 2015‚ Al Qaeda stormed into a hotel in Mali and killed 20 people‚ one

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    Al Qaeda Terrorist Group

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    Al Qaeda Terrorist Group Paul Leclair University of Phoenix CJA/300 William Barnes December 8‚ 2005 Abstract Al Qaeda is arguably the most well-known and most dangerous Islamic terrorist organization in the world. It was established around 1990 by a Saudi millionaire‚ Osama Bin Laden‚ to bring together Arabs who fought in Afghanistan against the Soviet invasion. The goal of the organization is to reestablish the Muslim state throughout the world. Al Qaeda works with allied Islamic

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    Al Qaeda Training Manual

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    from Al-Qaeda’s 2001 attacks‚ falls short of its intent to defeat transnational terrorism. While the tenets of the current counterterrorism strategy were written broadly to enable global employment‚ this template approach proved ineffective. While focusing its efforts on dismantling terrorist organizations in Afghanistan and Iraq‚ America neglected parts in Southeast Asia that provided sanctuary to Islamic terrorists. Such sanctuaries facilitated the regrouping‚ recruiting‚ and training of Al-Qaeda

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    Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula Stability in the Arabian Peninsula region has been a concern for the United States for some time now. AQAP poses a direct threat against the U.S. and U.S. interests of Stability and Security in the Arabian Peninsula. This instability and threat is why I have chosen the AQAP as the FTO to research making the next attack. The AQAP comes from the merging of the al Qaeda cells from Yemen and in Saudi Arabia. There are approximately one –two hundred members‚ with thousands

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    Al Qaeda and Army of God

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    sinners”? Both the Islamic terrorist organization Al-Qaeda and the North American based Christian terrorist group the Army of God obviously sympathize with that statement. Each organization has set personal vendettas against the United States and the policies the US has established regarding their stray from the conservative‚ traditional practices within each of their faith traditions. Through that warring‚ essentially extremist ideology‚ Al-Qaeda and the Army of God have set themselves apart from

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    Al-Qaeda Financial Model

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    agencies. This working document offers an analysis of the sources of financing of the Al-Qaeda network including some of its affiliated groups. The development of Al-Qaeda’s financing has been similar to the evolution of

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    Theory Al-Qaeda In 1988‚ one of the most dangerous criminal organizations in the world was formed. They call themselves al-Qaeda‚ which translates from Arabic to “The Base”‚ and originated in Afghanistan. Al-Qaeda is an international terrorist organization and are considered the top threat to the United States of America. The biggest attack that the group has planted was the events of September 11‚ 2001. When the U.S. responded with the War on Terror in Afghanistan‚ al-Qaeda relocated

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    Did My Car Join Al Qaeda

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    After reading the essay by Woody Hochswender‚ “Did My Car Join Al Qaeda‚” I found that it was very persuasive because he had convincing support for his point of view. Being a SUV using a lot of gas doesn’t make him a bad person or responsible for what’s going on in Al Qaeda no more than me standing in a garage makes me a car. It is no secret that SUV’s burn a lot of gas Hochswender really applied a lot of emotional appeal (pathos) to his witting. When he started off he went straight to the heart

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    Another strategic mistake of Al Qaeda related to its expansionist vision because the attempts to spread ideology through violence turned out to create more enemies to the organization. In many instances‚ their strategies have just transformed neutral countries into opponents. Those strategies were grounded for many reasons. After attacking the United State the organizations continually expanded their theater of operation to gain a greater portion of the world and “assume that most people in the

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    DISCUSSION BOARD THREAD #1 “Did My Car Join Al-Qaeda?” Woody Hochswender‚ a former reporter and fashion columnist for the New York Times ; his article "Did My Car Join Al-Qaeda?" is very persuasive and he clarifies his viewpoints with awesome facts concerning the S.U.V. use and his supported argument provides a logic appeal. Hochswender shares some keen considerations concerning the utilization of S.U. V’s. in the Middle East and the rest of the global communities. Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar‚ an

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    The al-Qaeda of today is a vastly different entity from the al-Qaeda formed by Osama bin Laden towards the end of the Afghan war against the Soviets in 1988 (Alexander and Swetnam‚ 2001: 37). The evolution‚ or as Burton (2006) has termed it “devolution”‚ of al-Qaeda‚ is partially linked to its terrorist acts‚ and‚ in particular‚ the counter-terrorist measures employed by governments to deal with them. This is most evident in reference to the single most expensive‚ in terms of life lost and economical

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    Current State and Future of Al Qaeda United States President Barack Obama announced on May 1‚ 2011 that “Osama bin Laden‚ the mastermind of the most devastating attack on American soil in modern times and the most hunted man in the world‚ was killed in a firefight with the United States forces in Pakistan.” The death of Osama bin Laden is certainly a major blow to the Al Qaeda terrorist network causing many of its leaders to go underground. Yet‚ the threat of Al Qaeda still exists and many intelligence

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