FSA spokesman says Hamza Bin Laden’s presence in Syria doubtful

Monday, 2 October 2017

Recent reports on the presence of Osama Bin Laden’s son, Hamza, has proven to be inaccurate, the spokesman for the northern front of the Free Syrian Army confirmed to Al Arabiya. Earlier in the day, several British media outlets ran stories suggesting Hamza, 28, was being hunted in a “kill or capture” mission by Joint Coalition Special Operations Unit which includes UK special forces. Colonel Ahmed al-Hammadi told Al Arabiya that what was being raised on the subject at the ...

Who is ‘Abdul Nabi’ who pledged allegiance to Bin Laden, and then to Baghdadi?

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

The news of the surrender of the Yemeni militant, Khalid Abdul Nabi, who was handed over to the security forces in Yafa, south of Yemen lately, has received great attention. It is being scrutinized by the security department of the legitimate government in Yemen, and those interested in radical groups as well, who describe Nabi as the ‘black box’ of al-Qaeda militias . Who is Nabi, and what is the secret of his relationship with Osama Bin Laden and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi? Khalid ...

What Bin Laden documents reveal about his relations with Qatar

Friday, 26 May 2017

The US administration has decided to speak out about Qatar’s relations with terrorism in the Middle East as the White House’s new administration tries to calm the situation and control the growing terrorism on the international level. During his visit to the Middle East, US Defense Secretary James Mattis, warned Qatari officials about their country’s continued support to the Muslim Brotherhood and other radical Islamic movements that are linked to extremist organizations such ...

‘I split his face with one bullet,’ Bin Laden’s shooter reveals

Monday, 1 May 2017

“I split his face with one bullet and killed him.” That phrase summed up the series of events culminating in the killing of al-Qaeda founder and mastermind Osama bin Laden in May 2011 in the Pakistani province of Abbotabad. In ‘The Operator’, a book released few days ago, the former Marine Robert O’Neill, 41, narrated the last moments of bin Laden inside that three-floor building, where he was hiding with his four wives and 17 children. As for the details of the ...

What next for global jihad?

Saturday, 1 April 2017

Global jihadism is a phenomenon that has been around in its current, recognisable form since the ‘90s, and has, by now, become a permanent feature of the world order. It all started with Al Qaeda, the first organisation to dominate the movement, but they have since been eclipsed by ISIS. Now, as ISIS is being pushed out of Iraq and can expect, before long, to lose even their capital Raqqa, we need to ask what comes next.What we can say about global jihadism is that it is not going away. At ...

Dr. Azeem Ibrahim

How Osama bin Laden plotted for son to inherit al-Qaeda

Saturday, 21 January 2017

The CIA has revealed on new details on the life of al-Qaeda’s late leader Osama Ben Laden by releasing the third and last installment of documents

Osama bin Laden’s son denied entry into Egypt

Saturday, 17 December 2016

Egyptian authorities at Cairo denied Osama bin Laden’s son entry into the country on Friday, after his flight arrived from Qatar

Exclusive: ex-wanted Saudi was Qaeda commander, returned from Iran

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Osama Ali Abdullah Damjan left Saudi Arabia to Afghanistan in 2001 before the September 11 terrorist attacks against the US

From Iran to al-Qaeda: How Hamza bin Laden’s future was secured

Tuesday, 4 October 2016 examines declassified documents on al-Qaeda’s new emir Hamza and his time living in Iran

Iran and al-Qaeda: Why was Obama negligent?

Monday, 19 September 2016

Late al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden’s relations with Iran are no longer a secret

Turki Aldakhil

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