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It appears al-Qaida offered some “excellent” human resources benefits to its fighters, according to a report on National Public Radio. Married members of al-Qaida received seven days of vacation for every three weeks worked. Single members received five days off a month. Of course, al-Qaida has less money these days and is under such pressure that its benefits may not be as generous as they used to be. Jon Osborne, VP of research, comments on the NPR story in The Contingent Blog. To read more, click here.