AQN

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AQNArt Quilt Network (various locations)
AQNAl Qaeda Network
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The Obama Administration's Definition of the al Qaeda Network
President Bush has named him as a global terrorist and accused him of playing a key role in the al Qaeda network.
It is the threat posed by Islamist terrorism--especially the al Qaeda network, its affiliates, and its ideology." The 9/11 commissioners even singled out specific geographic bases where terrorists would likely locate them selves: Afghanistan, Western Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Somalia, Kenya, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Nigeria and Mall.
It's significant, Sageman contends, that only one Afghan native is known to have joined the Al Qaeda network, which attracted scores of zealots from throughout the Muslim world.
There have been numerous reports that Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda network has been working and coordinating actions with indigenous terrorist groups in Asia, groups that were previously viewed as only local or regional problems.
Many officials have blamed the blasts on the militant Islamic group Jemaah Islamiah, a shadowy south-east Asian group linked to Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda network.
Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, a leader of the AL Qaeda network, was arrested in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, in an early morning raid.
TWO members of the militant al Qaeda network wanted over the assassination of a US diplomat in October were arrested in Jordan yesterday.
Although we have made great progress in the war on terrorism, Osama Bin Laden and his Al Qaeda network or another terrorist group will almost certainly attempt another attack.
With journalists anxious to report something lighter, pundits were quick to peg ill-tempered Bert as "bin Laden's felt-skinned henchman" and suggest that the puppet had finally abandoned his longtime companion Ernie and joined the Al Qaeda network.
Lamberth's doubts sparked an internal investigation at the Bush Justice Department into the FBI's monitoring of several terrorist organizations, including Osama bin Laden's Al Qaeda network. That inquiry, officials told The New York Times, "might have hampered electronic surveillance of terror groups."
Prosecutors in the US claim that his Advice and Reformation Committee in London was a front for bin Laden's Al Qaeda network.