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While some contacts between agents of Saddam's government and members of al-Qaeda have been alleged, the consensus of experts and analysts has held that those contacts never led to an "operational" relationship.
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence concluded that there was only one actual encounter between representatives of the Baathist regime and representatives of al-Qaeda.
Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda link allegations were made by the U. government officials who claimed that a highly secretive relationship existed between former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and the radical Islamist militant organization Al-Qaeda from 1992 to 2003, specifically through a series of meetings reportedly involving the Iraqi Intelligence Service (IIS).
basing the administration's rationale for war, in part, on this allegation and others.
In March 2011, Washington officially designed al-Asiri as a wanted terrorist, calling him the primary bombmaker for AQAP. Since the terror attacks on the morning of September 11, 2001, Al Qaeda has put different types of plans into action in numerous Jihad plots.
In Yemen's rugged northern mountains, they met with fugitive Yemeni militant Nasser al-Wahishi, a former aide to Osama Bin Laden, and became the nucleus of the new Al Qaiea affiliate, said the magazine account, which could not be independently confirmed.Detailed in the memorably titled, 'It is of your Freedom to Ignite a Firebomb', the magazine encourages any would-be terrorist to target Montana, because of the rapid population growth in its wooded areas.A fire burning out of control in a pine forest on the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation in New Mexico: Al Qaeda has issued instructions to its followers to start intentional fires in the United States Reveling in the unsubstantiated claim that forest fires in Australia in December 2002, unleashed a heat energy equal to that of 23 nuclear bombs, the new edition of 'Inspire' wants the same destructive force unleashed on America. S and that allowed them to bring a touch of humour to their deadly missives on terror, as gems from previous editions such as 'Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom' proved.The hate preacher, who is said to have inspired terrorist atrocities such as the Charlie Hebdo massacre, could be heard calling for "holy war" on the Sheffield-based radio station on 14 June.Ofcom suspended Iman FM's licence after receiving a complaint and concluding that Al-Awlaki's speeches "amounted to a direct call to action to members of the Muslim community to prepare for and carry out violent action against non-Muslim people".
A Muslim radio station that broadcast 25 hours of sermons by an al-Qaeda recruiter during Ramadan has been suspended.