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Al Qaeda issues cease and desist order to ISIS

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Al Qaeda issues cease and desist order to ISIS

Terror giant threatens legal action against Syria-based jihadist militants

YEMEN: Terror giant Al Qaeda this morning announced that it had issued a cease and desist order to Syria-based militant group ISIS over their continued use of the Al Qaeda name and branding.

“We want to make absolutely clear that we have no association with the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria and urge its management to immediately refrain from using our image across its marketing and rebel activity,” Al Qaeda CEO Ayman Al-Zawahiri said in a statement. “Failure to comply will be dealt with swiftly by our team of lawyers.”

Experts have estimated that any ongoing association with ISIS, now one of the main jihadist rebel groups fighting in Syria, could severely damage Al Qaeda’s reputation and see the global terror network’s brand value lose “hundreds of millions of dollars”.

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