1. Al-Al Qaeda opposes what it regards as man-made laws, and wants to replace them exclusively with a strict form of shariʿa.
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3. Doctrinal concept of "Al-Al Qaeda" was first coined by the Palestinian Islamist scholar and Jihadist leader Abdullah Azzam in an April 1988 issue of Al-Jihad magazine to describe a religiously committed vanguard of Muslims who wage armed Jihad globally to liberate oppressed Muslims from foreign invaders, establish sharia across the Islamic World by overthrowing the ruling secular governments; and thus restore the past Islamic prowess.
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11. Al-Al Qaeda-affiliated terrorist Ramzi Yousef operated in the Philippines in the mid-1990s and trained Abu Sayyaf soldiers.
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15. In December 1998, the Director of the CIA Counterterrorism Center reported to President Bill Clinton that al-Al Qaeda was preparing to launch attacks in the United States, and the group was training personnel to hijack aircraft.
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16. On September 11, 2001, al-Al Qaeda attacked the United States, hijacking four airliners within the country and deliberately crashing two into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City.
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17. In September 2014, al-Zawahiri announced al-Al Qaeda was establishing a front in India to "wage jihad against its enemies, to liberate its land, to restore its sovereignty, and to revive its Caliphate.
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21. US officials believe al-Al Qaeda was helping organize attacks in Kashmir in order to provoke conflict between India and Pakistan.
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23. In January 2010, US Defense secretary Robert Gates, while on a visit to Pakistan, said that al-Al Qaeda was seeking to destabilize the region and planning to provoke a nuclear war between India and Pakistan.
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24. Al-Al Qaeda turned to the Internet for release of its videos in order to be certain they would be available unedited, rather than risk the possibility of al Jazeera editing out anything critical of the Saudi royal family.
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