Al Qaeda

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August 19, 2022

Al Qaeda (Arabic: القاعدة, pronounced: [ælqɑːʕɪdɐ]; Meaning   base, foundation) is a multinational organization of Sunni Islamic fighters. which is widely accepted that is a terrorist organization It was founded in 1988 by Osama bin Laden, Abdullah Azzam and several Arab militiamen during the Soviet-Afghan Al-Qaeda War. It operates as a network of extremist Islamists and Salafist jihadists. The organization is designated as a terrorist group by the United Nations Security Council. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NETO), European Union (EU), United States, China, United Kingdom, Russia, India and many other countries. Al-Qaeda has attacked non-military and military targets in many countries. including the 1998 US Embassy bombing, the September 11 sabotage, and the 2002 Bali bombings. "War Against Terror", which has tried to undermine Al Qaeda and its allies. The death of a key leader including Osama bin Laden, who led al-Qaeda operations to shift from top-down organization and planning of attacks. This leads to a planned attack run by a fragile network of related groups and lone wolf operators. Al-Qaeda is unique in that it manages attacks. This includes suicide attacks. and bombing multiple targets at once Al-Qaeda's ideology was expected to eliminate foreign influence.