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Syrian jihadists behead Catholic priest, 2 others

Nusrah-behaeds-Catholic-priest-Syria.jpgThe Vatican reported last week that the priest was captured by fighters "linked" to the Al Nusrah Front for the People in the Levant, al Qaeda's affiliate in Syria. A graphic video of his beheading has been published on the Internet.


New al Qaeda video features magazine editor, discussion of Arab Spring

Hossam Abdul Raouf.jpgA new al Qaeda video features Hossam Abdul Raouf, the editor of the "Vanguards of Khorasan" magazine. Raouf has long served al Qaeda. In his new speech, Raouf returns to an old theme, criticizing democracy and arguing that sharia law must be implemented.


Shabaab confirms 2 top leaders were killed in infighting

Ibrahim al Afghani, a jihadist leader closely linked to al Qaeda, and Abul Hamid Hashi Olhayi, were killed during Shabaab infighting in Barawe. Hassan Dahir Aweys is reportedly in custody in Mogadishu.


Terror nexus threatens Tunisia




Al Nusrah Front claims joint operations, including a suicide assault, with Syrian rebel groups

Al Qaeda's affiliate carried out a suicide assault with the help of the Nasser Salahuddin Brigade, and conventional attacks with the help of Dera' al Assima, Liwa al Habib al Mustafa, and Liwa' al-Tawhid brigades, three Free Syrian Army units in Damascus.


Suicide bomber kills 4 in Christian neighborhood in Damascus

Today's suicide attack is the third in the Syrian capital this month. It is unclear if the bomber targeted Christians or a pro-Assad militia.


Don't Talk With the Taliban




Pierre Borghi: How I gave the Taliban the slip




Muhajireen Army fires on Syrian helicopter with surface-to-air missile




Muhajireen Army uses BMP to launch suicide assault on Aleppo airport

The al Qaeda-linked group launched two suicide assaults against Minnigh airport. In one of the attacks, the Muhajireen Army said that most of the 15 fighters who were killed were "from the Caucasus and Azerbaijan."


Did NSA leaks help al Qaeda?




Insight: Ex-Qaeda allies ready to fight for Mursi in Luxor




Taliban's shadow governor for Nuristan again reported killed in airstrike

Dost-Mohammed-AJ.jpgThe governors of Kunar and Nuristan provinces in Afghanistan claimed that Sheikh Dost Mohammed was killed in a US drone strike. Dost Mohammed's death is unconfirmed, and Afghan officials have claimed he was killed one other time already this year.


Via terror plot: Suspect says others may take his place




US Talks with Taliban in Doha Mark Capitulation in Afghanistan




Al-Qaeda's Inspire magazine confused with Esquire at Gitmo hearing




Suicide assault team strikes inside Shia mosque in Peshawar

Three members of a suicide assault team killed security guards at the mosque, allowing one of the bombers to detonate his vest as Shia worshipers were offering Friday prayers.


The Opening of the Taleban Office in Qatar: A Propaganda Coup and an Angry Government




Syrian conflict's sectarian shadow over Lebanon




Taliban want release of 5 al Qaeda-linked commanders in exchange for captured US soldier

The Taliban are using their office in Qatar to further their political standing in the international community as well as negotiate the release of al Qaeda-linked leaders.
 
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