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New Saudi King Was Major Supporter of Al Qaeda

Wayne MADSEN | 25.01.2015 


The new king of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud, the half-brother of King Abdullah, who died in his early 90s from complications from pneumonia, is expected to rule with a more Wahhabist-oriented religious bent and concentrate on limiting cautious political reforms started by Abdullah. 1,544 more words


‘Homeland’ and reality: Carrie at Langley

So I was idly paging through Robert Grenier’s 88 Days to Kandahar: A CIA Diary, which comes out soon, when this passage, about the Bin Laden unit at CIA (that is, “Alec Station”) jumped out at me: 145 more words

Best Defense

Financing Terror, Part II: Pakistan as a state sponsor of terrorism

By Claire Mennessier:

Taliban fighters demobilising in Afghanistan. Photo: Isafmedia (some rights reserved)

For the last 25 years Pakistan has been involved in the sponsoring of terrorism on a national and international scale. 2,005 more words

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The Evolution of Al-Qaeda

Al-Qaeda represents one of the most serious global threats. The shocking events of 9/11 let the whole world know the disruptive potential of this organization, that for many years has been overlooked by security analysts and politicians. 838 more words


Zero Dark Thirty Film Review


Joel Edgerton          Jessica Chastain                          4 out of 5 stars

Edgar Ramirez        Kyle Chandler

Mark Strong             Chris Pratt

James Gandolfini

I know I am a bit late on this film, in fact I am 2 years late but I’m going to talk about it anyway. 457 more words

Bin Laden


From Thatcher’s ‘Statecraft’,

“We now know that bin Laden’s terrorists had been planning their outrage for years. The propagation of their mad, bad ideology decency forbids calling it a religion- had been taking place before our eyes. 42 more words