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In this episode, we relive the rise of the Taliban to power, al-Qaeda’s relocation to Afghanistan, and bin Laden’s rhetorical escalation. Also, we debate the meaning of the word “pretentious”, drop some fun facts about the Soviet Union, and reflect on the leadership lessons we can learn from Osama bin Laden. #ALittleBernieUpTheUrethra
Welcome to the sweat lounge! We’re halfway done with our al-Qaeda series. You heard me. Anyway, this week we talk about al-Qaeda’s move to Sudan, the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, and receiving therapy referral from phone sex lines.
It’s time for the fourth installment in our al-Qaeda series. Today, we’ll talk about bin Laden’s return to Saudi Arabia, the Gulf War, and bin Laden’s falling out with the Saudi royal family. More importantly, we get deep into expanding the official podcast canon, including a controversial backstory of Ask Jeeves.
The boys are back with part three of al-Qaeda, in which they discuss the decade-long war between the Soviet Union and Afghanistan, which became the fertile womb from which al-Qaeda was birthed. In addition to this, we give you helpful advice on how to handle it when you are asked to pray at a family … Continue reading #11: al-Qaeda, Part III (The Soviet-Afghan War)