A growing feud between Ayman al-Zawahiri, Osama bin Laden's chief lieutenant, and Sayyed Imam al-Sharif, the jailed ex-leader of Egypt's Islamic Jihad, could weaken support for Al Qaeda.
The three Pakistanis and one Saudi named belong to Lashkar-e-Taiba.
At a divorce forum, the first of its kind, women debated reforms to ensure better legal protections for women and children.
Readers write about the US rejoining the United Nations Human Rights Council, banning greyhound races, why the US must do what is right on Turkey, and why the US cannot blame its financial woes on China.
TV and newspaper ads created by a Saudi firm depict abuse of Asian maids in an effort to stem the widespread practice.
The Vatican fears the EU effort might open the door to gay marriage. The US is staying silent.
Justices agreed Friday to hear the appeal of terror suspect al-Marri, held without charge for more than five years.
While conclusive evidence is elusive, blame is being leveled on a Pakistan-based militant group, Lashkar-e-Taiba, further stressing ties between the neighbors.