Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri released recordings earlier this year in which he debunked the Islamic State's theology and criticized the group's conduct in Syria and Iraq, but his new message strikes a more conciliatory note.
The jihadist group's notorious executions not only horrify the West but excite wannabes worldwide who can't wait to get involved.
The world has scrambled to keep up as the group has changed names, but at least one Muslim voice of authority would like us to stop adjusting.
Ayman al-Zawahiri doesn’t look like the number-one villain in the world, but since Osama bin Laden’s retirement as head of al Qaeda and then assassination, al-Zawahiri became the organization’s leader and public face. We spoke with him about the...