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Members of Zubaydah's cell, known as the "Martyrs Brigade," fled "hostilities in Afghanistan…with the purpose of returning to Afghanistan to conduct ... Zubaydah (seen on the right) worked with Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (the chief planner of 9/11), Abu Hafs al Masri (al Qaeda's "chief of operations" at the ...
March 2004 - Madrid, Spain. 191 people were killed and over 600 were injured when a train line in Madrid was targeted. The Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade, as part of the al-Qaeda took responsibility for the attack.

Abd al-Hadi fingered the Syrian jihadi Abu Musab al-Suri for trying to poach recruits from the al Qaeda guesthouse in Kabul -- and coordinated directly with senior al Qaeda operatives Sayf al-Adl and Abu Hafs al-Masri to develop a countervailing strategy. Among those efforts was a strategy to bolster ...
The 9/11 Commission described Abu Hafs al Masri, who was killed in an American airstrike in late 2001, as bin Laden's "chief of operations" prior to 9/11. ... According to leaked JTF-GTMO files, the "Martyrs Brigade" was jointly created by Abu Zubaydah and Abdul Hadi al Iraqi, a top al Qaeda military ...
Tuesday's terror attacks in Brussels were a grim reminder of our cities' vulnerability in the age of global travel. But there's evidence that investors have become inured to their effects as attacks in the West become more common. The German DAX index closed up 0.42 percent Tuesday; a decade ago it's ...
Four days later, the Abu Hafs al-Masri brigades, a group claiming affiliation with al Qaeda, sent a bombastic message to the London newspaper ..... to the point where police could view the final statement of Fakhet and two other members of the cell, which called itself "the brigade situated in Al Andalus.

The London-based Al-Quds Al-Arabi said on its Web site that it had received a statement from "The Brigade of Abu Hafs al-Masri (al Qaeda)" in which the group reiterated its claim of responsibility for the March 11 attacks that killed more than 200 people and wounded 1,600. "Our brigades are getting ready ...
A man calling himself Abu Dujan al-Afgani and identifying himself as al-Qaeda's military spokesman in Europe has appeared in a videotape claiming responsibility for the attacks. However, intelligence services have no record of him. Another group, the Abu Hafs al-Masri brigades, linked to al-Qaeda, has ...
Members of Zubaydah's cell, known as the "Martyrs Brigade," fled ... Abu Hafs al Masri (al Qaeda's "chief of operations" at the time of his death ...
... and over 600 were injured when a train line in Madrid was targeted. The Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade, as part of the al-Qaeda took responsibility for the attack.
... al-Adl and Abu Hafs al-Masri to develop a countervailing strategy. .... as the "Kurdistan Brigades," which tried to bridge the growing divide ...
The 9/11 Commission described Abu Hafs al Masri, who was killed in an ... in Afghanistan) is a reference to Abu Zubaydah's "Martyrs Brigade.
For example, the DAX fell more than 3 percent in five days in March 2004, after the Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade killed more than 190 people on ...
Four days later, the Abu Hafs al-Masri brigades, a group claiming affiliation ..... of the cell, which called itself "the brigade situated in Al Andalus.
... it had received a statement from "The Brigade of Abu Hafs al-Masri (al ... "Our brigades are getting ready now for the coming strike," said the ...
Another group, the Abu Hafs al-Masri brigades, linked to al-Qaeda, has ... The group also warned that its "brigades of death" could strike next in ...
191 people were killed and over 600 were injured when a train line in Madrid was targeted. The Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade, as part of the ...

Members of Zubaydah's cell, known as the "Martyrs Brigade," fled ... Abu Hafs al Masri (al Qaeda's "chief of operations" at the time of his death ...
... Sayf al-Adl and Abu Hafs al-Masri to develop a countervailing strategy. .... The Kurdistan Brigades is the only group that publicly pledged ...
The 9/11 Commission described Abu Hafs al Masri, who was killed in an ... in Afghanistan) is a reference to Abu Zubaydah's "Martyrs Brigade.
For example, the DAX fell more than 3 percent in five days in March 2004, after the Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade killed more than 190 people on ...
For example, the DAX fell more than 3 percent in five days in March 2004, after the Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade killed more than 190 people on ...
al Qaeda's military chief, Mohammed Atif aka Abu Hafs al-Masri, was an alumnus of Camp Badr, which also gave the 313 Brigade its name (a ...
The killing of Abu Hafs al-Masri confirmed what As-Safir said a few days ... Meanwhile, the Furqan Brigades announced the launch of a new ...
Four days later, the Abu Hafs al-Masri brigades, a group claiming affiliation ..... of the cell, which called itself "the brigade situated in Al Andalus.
... it had received a statement from "The Brigade of Abu Hafs al-Masri (al ... "Our brigades are getting ready now for the coming strike," said the ...
Another group, the Abu Hafs al-Masri brigades, linked to al-Qaeda, has ... The group also warned that its "brigades of death" could strike next in ...
eyesopenreport.com Foto yang menunjukkan pesawat Boeing 767 United Ailrines penerbangan 175 sesaat sebelum menabrak menara selatan gedung World Trade Center di New York, Minggu (11/9/2001).
According to the summary presented to the PRB, Abu Zubaydah "played a key role in al Qaeda's communications with supporters and operatives abroad and closely interacted with al Qaeda's second-in-command at the time, Abu Hafs al Masri." The 9/11 ...
For example, the DAX fell more than 3 percent in five days in March 2004, after the Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade killed more than 190 people on the Madrid train system.


 

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