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Groups of destruction. AL- QAEDA

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Al-Qaeda ("The Base" in Arabic) is an international islamist terrorist organization founded by Osama bin Laden. It is thought that the number of members is about 16000-25000. Established around 1988 by bin Laden, al-Qaeda helped finance, recruit, transport and train thousands of fighters from dozens of countries to be part of an Afghan resistance to defeat the Soviet Union. To continue the holy war beyond Afghanistan, al-Qaeda's current goal is to establish a pan-Islamic Caliphate throughout the world by working with allied Islamic extremist groups to overthrow regimes it deems "non-Islamic" and expelling Westerners and non-Muslims from Muslim countries.

The death of bin Laden, who was killed in a joint operation by U.S. troops and CIA operatives in May 2011, complicated the future of al-Qaeda. Some speculated that the group will be emboldened and seek retaliation, while others wondered if it might founder without its supreme leader. In June, U.S. officials announced that after pouring through the documents and computer files taken from bin Laden's compound, they confirmed their assumption that al-Qaedain Afghanistan and Pakistan has been seriously weakened as a result of U.S. counterterrorism operations undertaken in Pakistan.

More than a month after bin Laden's death al-Qaeda named Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri, al-Qaeda's theological leader, as its leader.

 

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  • DESCRIPTION OF AL-QAEDA3
  • ORIGINS3
  • OSAMA BIN LADEN4
  • INTERNAL SYSTEM5
  • IDEOLOGY AND GOALS5
  • TRAINING OF AL-QAEDA MEMBERS6
  • ATTACKS7
  • CONCLUSION9
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY10