Tag: Samir Khan

American Warren Weinstein, al Qaeda Hostage, Killed in US Drone Strike

The 73-year-old graduated from Columbia University in 1970 and later worked as a tenured professor at SUNY Oswego in the political science department.

6 Months After Strikes On ISIS, Obama Seeks War Authorization

"We have to condition the American people: This is going to go on for a long time. It’s terrible to say but that’s the reality. They’re not going to go away easy.”

U.S. Drone Memo in Al-Awlaki, Khan Slaying Released

The memo greenlighted government operations to take out Anwar Al-Awlaki, a U.S. citizen. Khan, a Long Island-native, was also killed.

Drone Strike Victims’ Families Won’t Appeal Targeted-Killing Suit Decision

“I believe that my son and 16-year-old grandson were unlawfully killed by their government."

Will Obama’s Drone Strike Memo Mention Long Island’s Khan?

Samir Khan, a purported al-Qaeda propagandist who spent his teenage years in Westbury, was killed in Yemen three years ago along with another U.S. citizen, Anwar Al-Awlaki, an alleged leader of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.

Muslim Americans: Behind the Veil of a Religion Under Attack

“Don’t allow the terror to prevail, don’t let it make us hateful inside, don’t let the anger eat away at us."
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