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Saleh Kamel’s case in particular reinforces Saudi Arabia’s role as sponsor of al-Qaeda.
For years, Omar al-Bayoumi, an associate of Khalid Almihdhar and Nawaf Alhazmi, two 9/11 highjackers, received a stipend from al-Baraka, the financial group kamel directed. Treasury has stated that Nuaimi, currently enjoying impunity in Qatar, "has facilitated significant financial support to al-Qa'ida in Iraq, and served as an interlocutor between al-Qa'ida in Iraq leaders and Qatar-based donors".
The lack of any significant numbers of convicted al-Qaeda members, despite a large number of arrests on terrorism charges, was cited by the documentary as a reason to doubt whether a widespread entity that met the description of al-Qaeda existed.
According to author Robert Cassidy, al-Qaeda controls two separate forces deployed alongside insurgents in Iraq and Pakistan.
Al-Qaeda has mounted attacks on civilian and military targets in various countries, including the 1998 U. embassy bombings, the September 11 attacks, and the 2002 Bali bombings. With the loss of key leaders, culminating in the death of Osama bin Laden, al-Qaeda's operations have devolved from actions that were controlled from the top down, to actions by associated groups and lone-wolf operators.
The number of individuals in the group who have undergone proper military training, and are capable of commanding insurgent forces, is largely unknown.Many went on to fight in Bosnia and Somalia for global jihad.Another group, approximately 10,000 strong, live in Western states and have received rudimentary combat training.Questions about the reliability of al-Fadl's testimony have been raised by a number of sources because of his history of dishonesty, and because he was delivering it as part of a plea bargain agreement after being convicted of conspiring to attack U. I think he lied in a number of specific testimony about a unified image of what this organization was.
It made al-Qaeda the new Mafia or the new Communists.
However, author and journalist Adam Curtis argues that the idea of al-Qaeda as a formal organization is primarily an American invention.