Osama bin Laden is apparently certain that the vast majority of Americans, including their policy-makers, are ignorant of al-Qaeda’s goals and strategies. His recent “extended truce” offer to the Americans suggests as much: after offering the truce, he qualifies its earnestness by asserting “for we [Muslims] are a Nation whom Allah has forbidden from breaking pacts and lying.” And this is definitely true — the Koran and Tradition of the Prophet clearly censure acts of perfidy and deception.
CNN NEW YORK (CNN) — It’s to be titled the “Al Qaeda Reader.” Publisher Doubleday says it will include writings by Osama bin Laden and his second in command, Ayman al-Zawahri, from the 1990s. News of the book prompted at least one publisher to raise a red flag about profits. “How do you deal with […]
by Paul D. Colford New York Daily News IT’S COMING TO A bookstore near you – the radical views of Osama Bin Laden and his second-in-command, Ayman al-Zawahiri. New York publisher Doubleday said yesterday that next year it will release “The Al Qaeda Reader,” a history of the terror network in its leaders’ own words, […]
Is Doubleday violating Bin Laden’s copyright? by Brendan I. Koerner Slate Doubleday, an American publishing house owned by German media conglomerate Bertelsmann AG, is planning to release The Al Qaeda Reader in 2006. The book will consist primarily of translated writings by Osama Bin Laden and Egyptian Jihad founder Ayman al-Zawahiri, along with a smattering of other jihadist […]
USA Today NEW YORK (AP) — An English translation of interviews with Osama bin Laden and writings by his second in command, Ayman al-Zawahri, will be published by Doubleday. The book, tentatively titled The al-Qaeda Reader, is scheduled to come out next year. AP Bin Laden “It’s important to know what our enemy is thinking,” Doubleday […]
Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) – An English translation of interviews with Osama bin Laden (news – web sites) and writings by his second in command, Ayman al-Zawahri, will be published by Doubleday. The book, tentatively titled The al-Qaida Reader, is scheduled to come out next year. “It’s important to know what our enemy is thinking,” […]