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Mohamed Al-Azaki, a Yemeni journalist and researcher on Islamic militants at the Saba Center for Political and Strategic Studies in Sana'a, Yemen.

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Sunday, June 14, 2009     

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Reasons Behind al Qaeda's Next Attack on America
(8 comments) This article is an attempt to approach understanding the global terrorist organization.. and how it works .. and why it's doing this ugly war.

Friday, August 3, 2007     

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Who will be next to die in fascinating Yemen?
Who will be next to die in fascinating Yemen?

Saturday, March 31, 2007     

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Jihad Materials Thrive in Yemeni Markets
The war on terrorism is fought in this mountainous Arab country, Yemen, by a new generation of Sunnis who circulating gruesome videos of murdering and mutilating 'infidels' as part of a recruiting drive for Osama bin Laden's worldwide terror network.

Thursday, October 5, 2006     

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Turning Democracy into A Dirty Word; Is Bush's Democracy "Crusade" Incompatible With Islam
(6 comments) Not only is Bush's transparent effort to force democracy upon the Arab world not working, it is turning Muslim youth, by the hundreds of millions, against the whole idea of democracy, turning it into a dirty word, creating an environment that supports Jihad, Al Qaeda and Taliban-like cultures all over the Arab world

Monday, September 11, 2006     

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Al-Qaeda, Muslims are Infidels of Bush's "Freedom Agenda"
after five years of Bush's brand of anti-terrorism, many Arabs and Muslims have become "infidels" of Bush's "freedom agenda," ie., no longer interested in the "freedom and democracy," served with chaos and death, that have become the package deal Bush delivers.