In the Crosshairs How al-Qaida & Co. Are Responding to Drone Warfare

Militant jihadists in Iraq, Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia are becoming increasingly afraid of US drones. Despites their boasts of having shot down dozens of aircraft, they have yet to come up with effective countermeasures.
Von Yassin Musharbash
Saad bin Laden (shown here in a 2001 frame grab from Al-Jazeera), one of the sons of al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden, was reportedly killed by a missile launched from an American drone in Pakistan in July 2009.

Saad bin Laden (shown here in a 2001 frame grab from Al-Jazeera), one of the sons of al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden, was reportedly killed by a missile launched from an American drone in Pakistan in July 2009.

Foto: AFP/ AL-JAZEERA
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Photo Gallery: Waging War with the Click of a Mouse

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