The latest news about Al-Qaeda militants
The Iranian Foreign Minister has denied as laughable US claims that the leader of terror group al-Qaeda, is based in Iran.
Islamabad has hit out at the Taliban over claim that American drones had used Pakistan's airspace in operation to kill Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri in Kabul.
Afghanistan's former foreign minister Salahuddin Rabani has-dismissed the possibility of Afghanistan's Taliban rulers cutting ties with the al-Qaeda terrorist group.
The US says it has killed al-Qaeda Leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in a drone strike in the Afghan capital Kabul.
General Mark Milley, the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, has warned of a “real possibility” that al-Qaeda or Daesh could rebuild in Afghanistan as early as spring 2022 in the wake of the U.S. military withdrawal.
US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin warns the Al-Qaeda terror group that used Afghanistan as a staging base to attack United States 20 years ago may attempt to regenerate in the war-torn country following Washington's withdrawal that has left the Taliban in power.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif dismissed western media reports of a link between Iran and Al-Qaeda terror group as an attempt to cover up the Saudi role in the Sept. 11 New York attacks.
The international community, particularly the so-called advocates of human rights, have remained deadly silent on the recent genocide of Shiite people in Afghanistan’s Sar-e Pol province.
The West’s backing for terror groups will backfire and finally boomerang on supporters of terrorists.
Al-Qaeda’s number two man, Abu al-Khayr al-Masri, has been reportedly killed in a drone strike in the vicinity of Idlib, Syria, according to reports.
Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has urged militants to kidnap Westerners and swap them for extremist [jihadi] prisoners, according to the SITE Intelligence Group.
Thirty agents linked to the terrorist group al-Qaeda have been apprehended across Iran over the past month, says the country’s deputy intelligence minister.