qaeda

IPA: kˈaɪdɑ

Root Word: Qaeda

noun

  • Clipping of al-Qaeda. [A worldwide network of militant Sunni Islamic organizations and individuals.]

Examples of "qaeda" in Sentences

  • It's not just a was on al Qaeda.
  • Relationship to father and al Qaeda.
  • Compare this with the situation with Al Qaeda.
  • Weird how the Democrat media says Al-qaeda is winning.
  • I suggest al Qaeda over Al Qaeda, but that's up in the air.
  • Al Qaeda had decided that Moussaoui was to be kept out due to unsuitability.
  • The region is perilous because of the prospect of attacks by al Qaeda forces.
  • Sunni Muslim militants affiliated to al Qaeda view Shi'ite Muslims as heretics.
  • Al Qaeda could try to reconstitute itself but they would do so at their own peril.
  • Just as we terrified the Americans with this mask, and kicked al Qaeda out, we will terrify the government with it.
  • Something reasonable would be preferable, not just as 'when all the terrorists are gone' or 'when al-qaeda is gone', since none of those situations will give cause to return to the pre-'war on terror 'state of affairs.

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