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NBC News reports on how al Qaeda is attempting to co-opt a cell of secular Syrian rebels who are short on weapons and ammunition.
Posted by Passivevoices at August 6, 2012 9:27 PM ET:
Al Qaeda and the US are fighting a battle against their common foe; Bashar al Assad regime in Syria. Shocked anyone? Al Qaeda is America’s Enemy Number One because it launched the worst attacks on American soil on 9/11. The US has spent a whopping sum of more than a trillion dollars of American taxpayers’ money to fight and eliminate al Qaeda and yet this terrorist outfit has proved to be a formidable force. And it is now proving to be a useful entity to fight Syrian regime. Americans, in the hope to use al Qaeda for the US interests, is secretly and indirectly funding and arming it enemy to fight another enemy. Read more at: http://passivevoices.wordpress.com/2012/08/06/americans-fund-and-arm-al-qaeda-to-topple-assad-regime-in-syria/
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Information on the insider attacks in which Afghan security personnel attack Coalition forces.
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The Associated Press quoted Thomas Joscelyn on the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham and its presence in Raqqah.
Bloomberg cited Bill Roggio's report on the founding of Ahrar-ul-Hind.
The International Business Times cited Bill Roggio's reporting on Lashkar-e-Taiba leader Hafez Saeed.
US News & World Report quoted Bill Roggio on the likelihood of a Pakistani military operation in North Waziristan.
CNA report on the Afghan National Security Forces cited three of Bill Roggio's reports on al Qaeda's presence in northeastern Afghanistan.
The Daily Beast quoted Bill Roggio's reports on the ISIS presence in Syria.
The Washington Post cited Thomas Joscelyn's report on Thirwat Shihata's backing of the overthrow of the Egyptian government.
The Los Angeles Times quoted Bill Roggio on the Obama administration's policy of targeting US citizens who fight alongside al Qaeda.
The Washington Post cited LWJ's data on drone strikes in Yemen.
The Daily Star cited Thomas Joscelyn's report on the US' designation of an Islamic Jihad Union operative who works in Iran.
The Daily Beast cited LWJ's data on drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen.
The Daily Beast cited Bill Roggio's reporting on the ISIS' presence in Syria.
The New York Times cited Bill Roggio's report on the Abdullah Azzam Brigades.
The Daily Star cited Bill Roggio's report on the Abdullah Azzam Brigades.
Reuters cited Bill Roggio's report on the Abdullah Azzam Brigades.
The Washington Times quoted Thomas Joscelyn on al Qaeda's role in the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on the US mission in Benghazi, Libya.
The Associated Press cited Bill Roggio on drone strikes in Yemen.
US News & World Report cited LWJ's data on drone strikes in Yemen.
The Washington Institute for Near East Policy cited Bill Ardolino's book, Fallujah Awakens, in written testimony to Congress on the resurgence of al Qaeda in Iraq.
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism cited Thomas Joscelyn and Bill Roggio's reports on al Qaeda.
TIME cited David Barnett's report on the Abdullah Azzam Brigade's threats against Israel.
The Los Angeles Times cited LWJ's data on drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen.
The Jerusalem Post cited David Barnett's reports jihadists threats against Egypt.
The Lede cited David Barnett's report on Ansar Jerusalem's assassination attempt on Egypt's interior minister.
Voice of America quoted David Barnett on jihadist attacks in the Egyptian Sinai.
The New York Times quoted Bill Roggio on Pakistan's condemnation of the US drone strike that killed Hakeemullah Mehsud.
The Christian Science Monitor cited LWJ's data and reports on drone strikes in Yemen.
The Daily Beast cited Thomas Joscelyn's reporting on al Qaeda operative Mohammed Jamal.
Slate cited David Barnett's report on threats by al-Salafiyya al-Jihadiyya against the Egyptian military.
Investor's Business Daily cited LWJ's data on drone strikes in Pakistan.
FOX News quoted Bill Roggio on the Obama administration's definition of al Qaeda and cited LWJ's data on drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen.
The Washington Times cited Bill Roggio's report of al Qaeda and the Free Syrian Army jointly taking over a border crossing in Syria.
Arutz Sheva cited David Barnett's report on Ansar Jerusalem's threats against the Egyptian government.
Bloomberg cited LWJ's data on drone strikes in Pakistan.
Foreign Policy cited David Barnett's reporting on jihadist groups in the Egyptian Sinai.
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