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Delays in Effort to Refocus CIA From Drone War




Saudi Arabia convicts 18 of involvement in al Qaeda




Al Qaeda strategist Faris al Zahrani, a.k.a. Abu Jandal al Azdi, was sentenced to death for charges including holding extremist views, killing Muslims and others, targeting security officials, and planning to overthrow Gulf monarchies. Zahrani, reportedly a top al Qaeda leader in Saudi Arabia, had defied rehabilitation efforts, vowing to continue terrorist activities if released. He was tried along with 15 members of his al Qaeda cell, who received prison terms ranging from one to 20 years.




The Free Syrian Armies: Failed Reconciliation




Converging Interests May Lead to Cooperation Between Israel and Gulf States




Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood maintains grassroots support




Rubaish responds to Saudi Arabia's terrorism designations




Egypt army extends power by taking charge of Gulf aid




Highlighting Hatred in Saudi Textbooks




The Ansar al-Sham Battalions




Saudi clerics decry "blasphemous" cartoon series




Textbook Diplomacy: Why the State Department Shelved a Study on Incitement in Saudi Education Materials




Lebanon calls for support for army to counter Syria fallout




AQAP releases first installment of 'Journey of Jihad' video series

The media wing of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula released the first installment of "Journey of Jihad" documenting Sa'id al Shihri's life.


Saudi jihadi recounts his time with ISIS




Topple Ahmad Jarba? Not so fast ...




A court sentenced 13 men to prison terms of up to 14 years for supporting terrorism, training at al Qaeda bases, and recruiting for jihad abroad. Among the nine Saudis, two Jordanians, an Egyptian, and a Syrian, some had financed terrorism in Iraq. Saudi officials decided to stop issuing tourist visas, in order to keep Saudi tourists inside the kingdom. The Ministry of Islamic Affairs said that al Qaeda is using second-generation female members to entice young male and female recruits to the organization, by means of interactions in online forums and websites.




Syrian opposition leader denies being a war profiteer




Exclusive: The mysterious journey of the Libya oil tanker




Jarba re-election likely to test Saudi-Qatari rift