A quarter of a century later, Al-Qaida's panic tactics are evolving
The terror organization certainly got a rise out of the U.S., which shut down numerous embassies in reaction to intercepted 'chatter’.
Al-Qaida is now celebrating its 25th anniversary. The organization, founded in Peshawar, Pakistan in August 1988 by Osama bin Laden and veterans of the war against the Soviets in Afghanistan to fight the United States and regimes in the Middle East, has managed since the mid-1990s to carry out a number of major terror attacks against Western targets, the most shocking of which came on...
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