„You know who doesn't like _____? Al-Qaeda!“

—  Craig Ferguson, Commonly repeated, citation needed
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conduttore televisivo, scrittore e attore scozzese 1962
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„Al-Qaeda means Bush and Blair. Who established Al-Qaeda? You are the ones who should be put on trial. You were the mother of Al-Qaeda.“

—  Ahmad Jannati Iranian ayatollah 1927
Al Qaeda, Terror in London (9) - Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati in Tehran Friday Sermon: The English Government May Have Caused the London Bombings Like the US Government May Have Caused 9/11 http://www.memritv.org/clip_transcript/en/758.htm July 2005.

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„You know who is protecting al-Qaeda right now? It’s Saudi Arabia.“

—  Tulsi Gabbard U.S. Representative from Hawaii's 2nd congressional district 1981
2019, 27 June 2019 https://twitter.com/TulsiGabbard/status/1144094334666645505

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„Will an Iraq war make our Al Qaeda problem worse? Not likely.“

—  Christopher Hitchens British American author and journalist 1949 - 2011
2000s, 2005, A Long Short War: The Postponed Liberation of Iraq (Plume, 2003) [published in the United Kingdom as Regime Change]; quoted in "The Genocidal Imagination of Christopher Hitchens" http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/seymour261105.html by Richard Seymour, Monthly Review (2005-11-26): On the 2003 invasion of Iraq

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„As you know, there are al-Qaeda operatives that are taken back into Iran, given training as leaders, and they're moving back into Iraq.“

—  John McCain politician from the United States 1936 - 2018
2000s, 2008, The Hugh Hewitt Show. , http://hughhewitt.townhall.com/talkradio/transcripts/Transcript.aspx?ContentGuid=ae522a49-6c82-4791-a76e-44ebb718bf32

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„Al-Qaeda is still the biggest threat for Iraq and the region.“

—  Nouri al-Maliki Prime Minister of Iraq 1950
As quoted in "Only 'one in five Iraqis' has confidence in coalition" http://www.24dash.com/news/57/18079/index.htm (March 2007), 24Dash.

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„It's common knowledge and has been reported in the media that al-Qaeda is going back into Iran and receiving training and are coming back into Iraq. That's well known. We continue to be concerned about the Iranians taking al-Qaeda into Iran and training them and sending them back…. I am sorry, the Iranians are training extremists, not al-Qaeda, not al-Qaeda, I am sorry.“

—  John McCain politician from the United States 1936 - 2018
2000s, 2008, During an official visit in Amman, Jordon, making a statement and then being corrected by Senator Joe Lieberman http://web.archive.org/web/20080324115205/http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5gtqD_x9yYIuq_7S2dimSjMV5qRmg (18 March 2008)

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„At this point, is the average person boarding a plane more fearful of Al Qaeda or TSA?“

—  Julian Sanchez
Twitter post https://twitter.com/normative/statuses/86027152612540416 (29 June 2011) as quoted in Mike Masnick, " When You're About To Fly, Who Do You Fear More: Al Qaeda... Or The TSA? http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20110629/04255014908/when-youre-about-to-fly-who-do-you-fear-more-al-qaeda-tsa.shtml, Techdirt (2011).

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„There's more evil in the charts than in an Al-Qaeda suggestion box.“

—  Bill Bailey English comedian, musician, actor, TV and radio presenter and author 1965
Part Troll (2004)

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„Considering the current mood in the United States, it should be compulsory reading for every American who thinks the Taliban and Al-Qaeda represent the totality of Muslim life.“

—  J.M. DeMatteis comics illustrator 1953
Context: I seriously considered putting Nine Lives aside (I no longer feel compelled, as I did when I was younger, to finish every book I start). I’m happy I stuck with it: as I continued reading, the lives chronicled — in clear, compassionate prose — became more and more fascinating, and, on occasion, heartbreaking: The collision between ancient and modern culture in India threatens to wipe away traditions that have gone on, uninterrupted, for thousands of years and most of Dalrymple’s seekers struggle with that knowledge in some way. There’s a lovely chapter about a Sufi devotee in southern Pakistan — she’s known as the Red Fairy — that illuminates the lyrical, mystical side of Islam. Considering the current mood in the United States, it should be compulsory reading for every American who thinks the Taliban and Al-Qaeda represent the totality of Muslim life. "Summer Reading" (9 September 2010) http://www.jmdematteis.com/2010/09/theres-something-about-summerthe.html

„I happened to do the research on the links between al Qaeda and Iraq. (MATTHEWS: And what did you come up with?) SCHEUER: Nothing.“

—  Michael Scheuer American counterterrorism analyst 1952
2000s, Hardball with Chris Matthews http://msnbc.msn.com/id/6511081/ November 16, 2004

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„The most worrisome development in the evolution of Al Qaeda’s influence since 9/11 is the growth of pockets of Islamist radicalism in Western populations.“

—  Lawrence Wright American writer 1947
[Wright, Lawrence, September 20, 2010, The Talk of the Town: Comment: Intolerance, The New Yorker, 86, 28, 47–48, http://www.newyorker.com/talk/comment/2010/09/20/100920taco_talk_wright]

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