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Islamic State defector in Yemen apologizes to al Qaeda

Source: Long War Journal

Antar al Kindi claims to have left the Islamic State’s ranks in Yemen and joined al Qaeda.

A jihadist propaganda outfit named Al Hidayah Media Production released a video on Jan. 714 more words

Conflict

'Inside ISIS and al-Qaeda's Battle for Brand Supremacy' by Time

A video which explores the similarities and differences between ISIS and al-Qaeda.

ISIS & al-Qaeda

Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent: everything you need to know

On September 3, 2014, Ayman al Zawahiri, the al Qaeda leader, announced the establishment of his group’s newest affiliate -al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS). 29 more words

New Taliban emir accepts al Qaeda’s oath of allegiance

Long War Journal, by Bill Roggio and Thomas Joscelyn, August 14, 2015:

The Taliban’s new leader, Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, has accepted the oath of allegiance ( 578 more words

Counter Jihad Report

Al Qaeda Boss Zawahiri Pledges Allegiance to New Taliban Leader

In the wake of the death of Mullah Omar – former Taliban leader – and Jalaluddin Haqqani – founder of the Haqqani network – and the continuing strength of the ‘Islamic State’, the leader of al-Qaeda Central has declared his allegiance to the Taliban. 165 more words

Politics

Pakistan Taliban questions ISIS' style

A major division in the world of terror over ideology could well turn out to be a blessing in disguise for security agencies across the world. 86 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

874 killed in US hunt for 24 terrorists in Pakistan: report

According to data analysis by human rights group Reprieve, the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) killed a whopping 221 people, including 103 children, in Pakistan in the hunt for just four men (three of whom are still alive and a fourth of whom died from natural causes) on Obama’s secret Kill List – a covert US programme that selects individual targets for assassination and requires no public presentation of evidence or judicial oversight. 467 more words

Pakistan