Washington’s Blog | The Media Needs to Point Out the Hypocrisy of These Blowhards.
Infowars.com | Security source concedes al-Qaeda group owns streets of town in Anbar, the scene of fierce fighting over last week.
Suadad al-Salhy | Al Qaeda’s Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has been tightening its grip in Anbar.
Infowars.com | Marines fought al Qaeda-backed insurgents in two battles in 2004.
BBC | Control parts of another Sunni city in the same Anbar province, Ramadi.
AFP | Al-Qaeda-linked militants were on Thursday in control of more than half of the Iraqi city of Fallujah and parts of Ramadi.
theguardian.com | Failed 2009 plot to kill Lars Vilks, Swedish artist who offended Muslims by drawing Mohammed on head of a dog.
AlJazeera | No details revealed on his capture.
PressTV | Evidence points to America’s interests in Afghan’s resources.
Infowars.com | “Karzai was a guy who was there when we needed him,” he said of the current president of Afghanistan.
Infowars.com | “These are terrorist groups, some of them linked to or self-effacing or self-claimed as al Qaeda-linked.”
dcclothesline.com | Warren Weinstein, 72, looked ill and emaciated in 13-minute clip.
CNS News | House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) told “Fox News Sunday” that the assertion Ansar al-Shariah does not have links to al-Qaeda was wrong.
AP | New York Civil Liberties Union calls the program “bloated.”
washingtontimes.com | The Iraqi government wants drones — American drones.
latimes.com | Sinh Vinh Ngo Nguyen of Garden Grove pleaded guilty to one count of attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization.
Warren Mass | Blast killed five others, including Chatah’s bodyguard.
Gallup | Few understand that the slogan relates to terrorism and crime.
Washington Post | Contractor kidnapped by al-Qaeda militants in 2011 records video message calling on the Obama administration to negotiate with his captors.
AFP | Weapons include a shipment of 75 Hellfire missiles purchased by Iraq.
Time | If Santa can harness reindeer to fly the globe, the Navy can use “hydraulic buoyancy” to wage underwater war.
Press TV | President Truman: “I think it has become necessary to take another look at the purpose and operations of our Central Intelligence Agency.”
creepingsharia.wordpress.com | U.S. government said head of a human-rights organization working on behalf of Islamist political prisoners was also a financier for al Qaeda.
gawker.com | Al Qaeda can’t stop apologizing.
AP | Dozens were also wounded in attack.
RT | About half of Gitmo’s 158 detainees have been cleared for release, yet congressional restrictions prevented that from happening.
Infowars.com | Bomb reported in apartment building.
Mother Jones | “Security screwups are not very uncommon. But this is a first.”
Kurt Nimmo | David Frum warns about al-Qaeda boogieman burrowed in establishment front organization.
Washington Times | “We need to say that the Constitution doesn’t stop at our water’s edge and that we need to close Guantanamo.”
U-T San Diego | Prosecutors in the Sept. 11 war crimes case at Guantanamo are seeking a mental competency evaluation for one of the defendants.
The Kernel | Armed sentry bots are already being placed on borders like Israel’s and Korea’s.
huffingtonpost.com | Many detainees at Guantanamo Bay may be closer to heading home under a bipartisan deal reached in Congress.
farsnews.com | Militants of Islamic Front and Al-Nusra Front cut off heads of 14 unarmed residents of Adra al-Amalieh.
aljazeera.com | Once-powerful Free Syrian Army commander Saddam al-Jamal has pledged allegiance to ISIL fighters.
BBC | BBC asks, “Are Canadians more sympathetic to anti-American conspiracy theories than Americans themselves?”
The Atlantic | It’s not like the military would have sent in ground troops as an alternative to drones.
New York Post | Report on 9/11 dealing with “specific sources of foreign support” for the 19 hijackers kept secret.
Voice of Russia | Brings total number of inmates remaining at the US prison in Cuba to 160.
Washington Times | Army says vehicle-mounted laser passed recent test with flying colors.
Infowars.com | FBI foils another plot they instigated.
AFP | The death toll from the two-missile strike rose to 17 overnight.
ap.org | CIA was slow to respond to Levinson’s disappearance and spent the first several months denying any involvement.
cir.ca | Militants aim to create the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant in Iraq’s western desert near the Syrian border.
Infowars.com | Oops. Pengtagon thought it was al-Qaeda.
The Washington Times | The beltway’s narrative on al-Qaeda is wrong.
Reuters | Another state destabilized to Al-Qaeda’s benefit.
Matthew Feeney | Supplies may now be with the Islamists.
middleeastmonitor.com | US put blame for increase in Al-Qaeda activity in country firmly on Assad regime in Damascus.
bbc.co.uk | Attack was the deadliest in Yemen’s capital Sanaa since May 2012.