The president pledged to keep the pressure on terrorists when he took the U.S. out of Afghanistan. Monday’s assassination of al Qaeda’s chief shows he was as good as his word.
“No matter how long it takes, no matter where you hide, if you are a threat to our people, the United States will find you and take you out,” the president said Monday evening.
Filmmaker Meg Smaker’s documentary, premiering at Sundance, follows jihadists who are going through rehab at Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Nayef Counseling and Care Center.
Alex Gibney’s new HBO documentary chronicles the plight of Abu Zubaydah, a Saudi who’s been detained since 2002—making him one of the longest-serving captives in the War on Terror.
The terrorist group is in all-out panic mode—and it shows.
Anwar ul Haq Mujahid, one of bin Laden’s top ‘Black Guards,’ is back in Jalalabad. The Taliban is making sure he’s as comfortable as ever.
The new Showtime doc “Detainee 001” examines the plight of Lindh, a middle-class white guy from California who fought for the Taliban against the U.S. until his capture.