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Reuters faces fresh hacker attack




Saudis attempt to block Vatican plan for .catholic web addresses




US and Gulf Allies Pursue a Missile Shield Against Iranian Attack




Saudi Arabia accuses Myanmar of 'ethnic cleansing' of Muslims




US adds Saudi al Qaeda leader in Afghanistan to terror list

Mansur al Harbi runs an al Qaeda training camp in Afghanistan, and helps foreign fighters enter the country. He has close ties to top al Qaeda leaders, including Saif al Adel.


Egypt issues fatwa on Muslims who publicly ignore Ramadan fast




Turkish Alawites Fear Spillover of Violence From Syria




Analysis: No happy outcome in Syria as conflict turns into proxy war




Ex-Guantanamo detainee surrenders to Saudis

Sayegh.JPGAn ex-Gitmo detainee named Adnan al Sayegh has reportedly turned himself into Saudi authorities. Al Sayegh was a member of al Qaeda's 55th Arab Brigade, which fought alongside the Taliban in pre-9/11 Afghanistan. He joined al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula after his release from Guantanamo.


Egypt unnerved by rising religious fervor




LeT funded Abu Jundal's time in Saudi Arabia: Report




Will Ethiopian crackdown stir Islamist backlash?




Saudi Students Flood In as US Reopens Door




Iyad Ag Ghaly - Mali's Islamist leader




Is this al Qaeda's 'last chance' for a country?




Turkey a hub for Syria revolution as illegal border crossing points abound




Arabic TV series depicting Islamic figure triggers backlash




In Syria conflict, US struggles to fill intelligence gaps




The government freed five women who are linked to al Qaeda leaders and operatives. Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has demanded their release in exchange for a diplomat who was captured in Yemen; the Saudi government denied that the women's release is related.




Analysis: Saudi Shi'ite protests show rise of more radical generation