John Walker Lindh, who is serving a 20-year sentence for aiding the Taliban, testified in federal court Monday in Indianapolis in an attempt to overturn a prison ban that he says severely restricts Muslim prayer. Lindh spent more than two hours on the witness stand in a lawsuit he filed against the warden and the federal […]
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Al-Qaeda’s New Boss: The U.S. Hunt for al-Zawahiri Begins
Why Has Pakistan Targeted Informants Who Helped Track Bin Laden?
What Would Jesus Do: Florida Church to Pray Sunday for Osama bin Laden
Al-Qaeda’s Line of Succession: the View from Iraq
SEO HED: U.S.-Pakistan Tensions: How the ISI Plays Both Sides
‘Pakistan Wasn’t bin Laden’s Only Hideout,’ says Prime Minister Gilani
Osama bin Laden may have been found and killed in Pakistan, but that country’s leaders believe it wasn’t the only place where the al-Qaeda leader had traveled after fleeing Afghanistan in late 2001. Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, in an exclusive interview with TIME on Wednesday one of the first he has given since the raid on Abbottabad thinks bin Laden may have visited his ancestral homeland, Yemen, in search of a new bride
Big Love in Abbottabad: How Osama bin Laden Kept Three Wives Under One Roof
Osama bin Laden once crowed to an interviewer, “Believe me, when your children and your wife become part of your struggle, life becomes very enjoyable.” The late Al-Qaeda chief uttered those words before 9/11, when he was able to keep his four wives and many children living comfortably in separate houses across Afghanistan.