May 7th, 2011
01:00 AM ET

Video: What's next for al Qaeda?

Editor's note: CNN National Security Analyst Peter Bergen discusses the future of al Qaeda without Osama bin Laden.

Filed under: Osama bin Laden
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  1. muhammad rahman raza

    AQ is like any profit or non profit organizayion. They had CEO, they still have other administrators& members. No member is free voluntier, at least they all have to eat, sleep some where and have some clothes on their body. Cooperation from China, Russia and India is needed by providing 100,000 troops from each country. Countries like Japan, S. Korea, Brasil and Rich Middle Eastern countries have to chip in financially. They with Nato can have an HONEST plan to get rid of extremism from this world of 7 billion people who will vote for them.

    May 9, 2011 at 10:31 pm |
  2. Ghaleb

    enough is enough, stop talking about Osama, by keeping the news about him u give him a credit, he does not deserve a second of our time. If we ignore him he gets what he deserve, we need to ignore him so he gets forgotten and erased from the history books.

    May 7, 2011 at 5:05 pm |