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– AYMAN AL-ZAWAHIRI

In 1979 dr’ Ayman Al Zawahiri became one of the leaders of the extreme Egyptian Islamic Jihad. After the assassination of the Egyptian President Anwar Saadat, on 10/06/1981, Ayman Al Zawahiri, like many other Islamic jihad militants, was arrested and later sentenced to 3 years in jail. Continue reading

– BAKER-HAMITON REPORT

The Baker-Hamilton report of the “Iraq Studying Group” (ISG) published in Washington Thursday, 07/12/2006, cause worry not because its’ contents but because of its’ lack of relevancy to the problems it concerns with. The main recommendations are: Continue reading

– AL QAEDA

Al Qaeda was a relatively short-living organization with a long lasting influence and inspiration for the Global Jihad. Al Qaeda survived less than two decades, but its� legacy will influence the next century. Continue reading

– OSAMA BIN LADEN

Osama Bin Laden, who founded in 1989 together with Ayman Al Zawahiri and Dr' Abdullah Azzama a new support group for the Mujahidin in Afghanistan, later known as "Al Qaeda", is, arguably, the most notorious terorist in the history of the world. Continue reading

– ABU ZUBAYDAH

Abu Zubaydah became the chief logistic administrator and recruiter of Al Qaeda when Osama bin Laden arrived to Afghanistan in the end of 1996 and became no’ 3 in al Qaeda. Continue reading