Report: U.S. hacks al-Qaeda magazine U.S. intelligence agents last month hacked al-Qaeda's online magazine, temporarily disrupting the latest issue, The Washington Post reports. The cover story was headlined "How Did it Come to This?" and featured a fighter with a rocket-propelled-grenade launcher and a Kalashnikov rifle, said Evan Kohlmann , of Flashpoint Partners , who tracks jihadist sites.
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Joe Biden in CNN If we killed or captured every jihadist in Iraq tomorrow, we would still face a major sectarian war that is pitting Iraqis' future against our interest,Biden said. "The fact of the matter is that American lives remain in jeopardy, and, as...
Michael Hayden in USA Today Rahim is a tough, seasoned jihadist,Hayden said. "His combat experience, which dates back to the 1980s, includes plots against US and Afghan targets."