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US: Iran May Be Cozying Up to al-Qaeda
Country may have offered detained militants freedom
- Iran appears to have eased restrictions on senior al-Qaeda militants who have been under house arrest, offering to let them leave the country, US officials say. The approximately five men were detained nine years ago, and are members of al-Qaeda's management council—one is a former adviser to Osama...
Al-Qaeda's New Boss Linked to Pearl's Killing
Saif al-Adel discussed reporter's kidnapping with KSM
- The 2002 kidnapping and beheading of
Wall Street Journal
reporter Daniel Pearl can be added to new al-Qaeda leader Saif al-Adel 's extensive record of murder and mayhem, according to Georgetown University's Pearl Project. Investigators found that the Egyptian discussed the kidnapping with alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh...
Al-Qaeda Picks Egyptian as Interim Leader
Saif al-Adel may be placeholder for Zawahri
- Al-Qaeda has yet to name a successor to Osama bin Laden, but CNN reports that a "caretaker" leader is in place. He is identified as Saif al-Adel, an Egyptian who has been in the group's upper echelon for years. Even al-Qaeda has to worry about politics, apparently: Adel...
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