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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

HE DIED IN A BOMBING IN A PAKISTANI REGION U.S. confirms death of the 'number two of Al Qaeda after the attack of a' drone '


Government sources have confirmed U.S. death of Abu Yaha al Libi, the current 'number two of Al Qaeda, launched after a bombing in the Pakistani region of North Waziristan by a U.S. unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV for short in English).  The aircraft launched at least six missiles at militant complex next to the town of Mir Ali, near the border with Afghanistan. The attack resulted in fifteen dead and three wounded.  After rumors spread throughout the day finally official sources have confirmed to various U.S. media like CNN, CBS or NBC that among the dead figure al-Libi, a close associate of the late founder of the organization, Usama bin Laden, and 'number two 'of the current leader of the Islamist terrorist network, Ayman al Zawahiri.  Al Libi is the leader of Al Qaeda killed by U.S. forces from the operation of a U.S. special command that ended the life of bin Laden, May 2, 2011.United States had offered a reward of one million dollars for any information that would contribute to the location of al-Libi.

"THE DEATH OF 'SHEIKH'

Al-Libi, whose real name is Mohamed Hassan Qaid, a clergyman and theologian Libyans ('al-Libi' means 'the Libyan' in Arabic), a graduate in chemistry and media expert, who shot to fame between circles of Al Qaeda in 2005 after escaping from a U.S. prison in Afghanistan and other attacks has survived previous U.S. drone aircraft.  A senior Pakistani Intelligence has said that it has intercepted a telephone conversation in which possibly alludes to the death of al-Libi."We have intercepted several conversations between insurgents in which he talked about the death of a 'sheikh'," said a member of the Intelligence, referring to the title given to senior religious leaders. "They did not mention the name of this person, but we checked with our sources in the area and they believe that referred to al-Libi," he added. The same sources pointed out that intelligence, according to his informants, Al Libi was severely wounded and died after being rushed to a private hospital. A commander of the insurgents in North Waziristan closely linked to foreign militias fighting in Pakistan has denied these reports. "Not dead. Not the first time report on his death. Americans are suffering heavy losses in Afghanistan and, therefore, rely on the dissemination of false information," he said. The verification process of the death of an Islamist insurgent leader could take months because of the inaccessibility of this area of ​​northwest Pakistan, controlled by the Taliban militias. Burials are often carried out so as not to disclose either the number of victims or their identities. U.S. authorities consider him the 'number two' Al Zawahiri, the Egyptian doctor who took control of Al Qaeda after the death of Bin Laden. Also, we have listed as one of the most dangerous elements of Al Qaeda.  Al-Libi, born in 1963 and whose theological formation is greater than Al Zawahiri and even that of Bin Laden, has a multifaceted reputation as a man of action, propaganda and theologian 'jihad'. To date, at least 68 had issued public messages on behalf of Al Qaeda and had appeared in numerous videos of the terrorist network, which had become one of the best known faces of the organization, only overshadowed by Al Zawahiri.

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