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  • 141 Sayyed Imam Al-Sharif — Sayyed Imam Al Sharif, (Arabic: سيد إمام الشريف‎, Sayyid ‘Imām ash Sharīf) (born 1950), aka Dr. Fadl and Abd Al Qader Bin Abd Al Aziz,[1] has been described as a major figure in the global jihad movement. He is said to be one of Ayman Al Zawahiri …

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  • 142 Organisations considérées comme terroristes par le département du Trésor des États-Unis — Le département du Trésor des États Unis d Amérique fait paraître à la suite des attentats du 11 septembre 2001 une liste d organisations étrangères aux États Unis appelée Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT) qu il considère comme… …

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  • 143 Lashkar-e-Taiba — لشکرطیبہ‎ Dates of operation 1990[1][2][3]–present Leader Hafiz Muhamma …

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  • 144 2006 Israel–Gaza conflict casualties timeline — Main article: 2006 Israel Gaza conflict This is the account of major events and casualties suffered by Israelis and Palestinians during the 2006 Israel Gaza conflict. Contents 1 2006 1.1 Late June 1.1.1 June 25, 2006 …

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  • 145 List of Qassam rocket attacks, 2007 — ; March 18, 2007:al Quds Brigades Palestinians fire five Qassam rockets from the Gaza Strip to Israel in three different barrages after a relative period of calm. One of the rockets landed in Ashkelon s southern industrial zone, near a strategic… …

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  • 146 Al-Qaeda — Infobox militant organization name = al Qaeda rtl ar. القاعدة caption = One version of the flag of al Qaeda leader = Osama bin Laden Ayman al Zawahiri dates = 1988 ndash; present area = Global ideology = Islamism Islamic fundamentalism Sunni… …

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  • 147 Abul Ala Maududi — Born 25 September 1903(1903 09 25) Aurangabad, Hyderabad Died 22 September 1979(1979 09 22) (aged 75) Buffalo, New York, U.S. Era Modern Era, 20th Century Region …

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  • 148 Bat Ye'or — ( he. בת יאור, meaning daughter of the Nile ); a pseudonym of Gisèle Littman, née Orebi, is an Egypt born British historian specializing in the history of non Muslims in the Middle East, and in particular the history of Christian and Jewish… …

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  • 149 Abdullah Yusuf Azzam — Infobox Military Person name=Abdullah Yusuf Azzam lived=1941 1989 placeofbirth=As ba ah Al Hartiyeh, British Mandate of Palestine placeofdeath=Peshawar, Pakistan allegiance=Maktab al KhadamatAbdullah Yusuf Azzam (1941 As ba ah Al Hartiyeh,… …

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  • 150 Hezbollah — For other uses, see Hezbollah (disambiguation). Hezbollah …

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  • 151 Osama bin Laden — Osama and bin Laden redirect here. For other uses, see Osama (disambiguation) and bin Laden (disambiguation). Osama bin Laden أسامة بن لادن …

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  • 152 Lebanon hostage crisis — The Lebanon hostage crisis refers to the systematic kidnapping in Lebanon of 96 foreign hostages of 21 national origins between 1982 and 1992. The victims were mostly from Western countries, and mostly journalists, diplomats, or teachers. 25 of… …

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  • 153 Egypt — /ee jipt/, n. 1. Arab Republic of. a republic in NE Africa. 64,791,891; 386,198 sq. mi. (1,000,252 sq. km). Cap.: Cairo. Arabic, Misr. Formerly (1958 71), United Arab Republic. 2. an ancient kingdom in NE Africa: divided into the Nile Delta… …

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  • 154 Violence in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict 2005 — This page is a partial listing of incidents of violence in the Israeli Palestinian conflict in 2005.* IDT = Israeli (civilians/soldiers) killed by Palestinians; not cumulative * PDT = Palestinians (unarmed/armed) killed by Israelis; not… …

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  • 155 Militant activity of Osama bin Laden — Osama bin Laden, a militant Islamist and reported founder al Qaeda,[1] in conjunction with several other Islamic militant leaders, issued two fatawa in 1996 and then again in 1998 that Muslims should kill civilians and military personnel from the …

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  • 156 Al-Shabaab — For other uses, see Al Shabaab (disambiguation). Shabaab redirects here. For the film, see Shabaab (film). Somali Civil War Al Shabaab الشباب …

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  • 157 Abu Musab al-Zarqawi — Ahmad Fadeel al Nazal al Khalayleh (Arabic: أحمد فضيل النزال الخلايله‎) Born October 30, 1966(1966 10 30) Zarqa, Jordan Died June 7, 2006(2006 06 07 …

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  • 158 Muslim Brotherhood — For The Chinese Islamist organization known as the Muslim Brotherhood, see Yihewani. The Muslim Brotherhood الإخوان المسلمون/المسلمين al ʾIḫwān al Muslimūn/Muslimīn IPA: [elʔexˈwæːn elmosleˈmiːn] …

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  • 159 Religious violence — The Crusades were a series of a military campaigns fought mainly between Christian Europe and Muslims. Shown here is a battle scene from the First Crusade. Religious violence is a term that covers all phenomena where religion, in any of its forms …

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  • 160 Criticism of Islamism — For criticism of the religion of Islam, see Criticism of Islam. Part of the Politics series on Islamism …

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