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The article outlines the confessions of the terrorists who were accused in the case of those "Returning from Afghanistan and Albania." The confessions uncover the methods of recruitment and the planning of terrorist operations. Some of the terrorists were convinced of the concept of jihad against...
Mullah Mohammed Omar, the leader of the Taliban is challenging the greatest power in the world. Is it imaginable that the helpless Afghans, without food, clothes and medicines, will be transformed into powerful fighters? He is doing wrong to the Jihad, to Islam and the Muslims by dragging them...
The article gives information about the geography and demography of Afghanistan and its economic indicators. This is in addition to a historical background that has to do with the Soviet occupation, the civil war and the Taliban government.
The author is of the opinion that glorifying terrorism and presenting terrorists to the public as the fighters who confront the devils is more dangerous than practicing terrorism. He added that many of the sources of terrorism are products of Western establishments or were supported by them. One...
The author doubts the claims of the Muslim Brotherhood that their principles are against violence as a means of change.
These days, Saudi Arabia is witnessing very important discussions that focus on the question: to what extent is the domestic religious discourse responsible for terrorist actions and takfir fatwas? These discussions also address whether Sheikh Al-Khoudar and Sheikh Al-Fahd´s renouncement of...
The article gives comments on the reaction of Abu Hamza Al-Massri towards the statements of Karam Zuhdi.
The US administration played a vital role in supporting terrorist groups financially and militarily in order to use them as a sword against its enemies, the sword rebound upon the heart of the United States in the events of September 11.
Omar Bakri, leader of London-based Al-Muhajjerin [emigrants] group, says that US soldiers in Iraq are legal targets for the mujahideen who want to attack US-British forces.
The author believes that the US aggression on Iraq makes Bush and Bin Laden similar. He believes that the aggression is much more terrible than the attacks of September 11. Both events are terrorist events that have no religious justifications whatsoever.

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