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... while country's primary intelligence agency ISI had arrested renowned Taliban commanders, including other militants and masterminds of Al-Qaeda, namely Abu Zubaida, Khalfan, Abu Hamza Rabia, Mullah Abdul Ghani Bardar etc. In this context, the then Interior Minister, Rehman Malik stated on, May 2, ...
Mustafa Abu al-Yazid was killed by a drone in 2010, as were his predecessors Abu Hamza Rabia, Abu Laith al-Libi and Mohammed Atef. Abu Farraj al-Libbi, Khalid Sheikh Mohammad, and Abu Zubaydah, other former No. 3s, have been taken into U.S. custody. Advertisement. As recently as last spring, ...

A US intelligence official said that al Adam had worked for Abu Zubaydah (senior al Qaeda leader and operations chief, captured in Pakistan in 2002); Abu Hamza Rabia (external operations chief, killed in a US drone strike in Pakistan in 2005); and Atiyah Abd al Rahman (general manager, killed in a US ...
Finally, on December 1, 2005, missiles killed Abu Hamza Rabia, a senior al-Qaeda official, in the village of Haisori (an attack three weeks prior missed him, but reportedly killed his wife and daughter). However, the Pakistani government claimed Rabia blew himself up experimenting with explosives.
[Update Tuesday, June 5, 2012] Abu Yahya al-Libi, the No. 2 man in al Qaeda and a longtime public face of the terror network, has been killed by a U.S. drone strike in Pakistan, a U.S. official said Tuesday. He appeared in this list of Most Wanted terrorists earlier this year. [Original post]As the one-year ...
Then, in late 2005, a similarly mysterious explosion killed Abu Hamza Rabia, a high-ranking Egyptian member of al Qaeda, outside North Waziristan's capital city, Miram Shah. President Pervez Musharraf refused to explain what had happened, saying only that he was “200 percent” sure Rabia was dead.

Abu Hamza Rabia was the most prominent high-value al-Qaeda official killed in the early years of the CIA's killing-by-drone program over the tribal areas of Pakistan. Hayatullah Khan, meanwhile, was an unintended early casualty of the drone campaign, murdered for having the courage to report on the ...
Predators have scored some hits, including killing Abu Hamza Rabia, another Qaeda operations chief (al-Libbi's successor), in 2005. (To cloak American involvement, the Pakistani government cooked up the story that Rabia had blown himself up experimenting with explosives.) But the jihadists have ...
Pakistani officials insist the firing came from across the border but deny US forces entered Pakistani territory. In December a man described by the government as a top al-Qaeda commander, Egyptian-born Abu Hamza Rabia, was killed in North Waziristan. Officials said that he and four others died when ...
Intelligence services said Mohammed was replaced by the Libyan Abu Faraj al-Libbi as head of al-Qaeda's international operational wing, with the help of an Egyptian, Abu Hamza Rabia. Farooqi then worked with Libbi, who remains at large, on two assassination attempts on President Musharraf on 14 ...
... recalled a former classmate, Mohammad Sadiq, who lost his brother when a US drone strike Abu Hamza Rabia, a top Al-Qaeda leader.
Mustafa Abu al-Yazid was killed by a drone in 2010, as were his predecessors Abu Hamza Rabia, Abu Laith al-Libi and Mohammed Atef.
11, 2001 attack, and Abu Hamza Rabia. In 2010, al Adam released a series of audiotapes titled “The Terrorism Industry” that advised jihadists ...
Finally, on December 1, 2005, missiles killed Abu Hamza Rabia, a senior al-Qaeda official, in the village of Haisori (an attack three weeks prior ...
[Update Tuesday, June 5, 2012] Abu Yahya al-Libi, the No. 2 man in al Qaeda and a longtime public face of the terror network, has been killed ...
In 2005, U.S. and Pakistani intelligence and military personnel were tracking Abu Hamza Rabia, a senior Al Qaeda official involved in the 2003 ...
Predators have scored some hits, including killing Abu Hamza Rabia, another Qaeda operations chief (al-Libbi's successor), in 2005. (To cloak ...

Mr Khan went missing after reporting that al-Qaeda suspect Abu Hamza Rabia had been killed in a US air strike - and not in an accidental ...
Mr Khan went missing after reporting that al-Qaeda suspect Abu Hamza Rabia had been killed in a US air strike - and not in an accidental ...
Mr Khan disappeared in December after reporting that Abu Hamza Rabia had been killed by a US missile - not in a bomb making accident as ...
In December a man described by the government as a top al-Qaeda commander, Egyptian-born Abu Hamza Rabia, was killed in North ...
LAHORE, Pakistan (CNN) -- Pakistani officials have confirmed the death of a top al Qaeda official, Abu Hamza Rabia, but witnesses and ...
... including other militants and masterminds of Al-Qaeda, namely Abu Zubaida, Khalfan, Abu Hamza Rabia, Mullah Abdul Ghani Bardar etc.


 

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