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US investigators believe that Syrian-born Mohammed Haydar Zammar recruited Mohammed Atta - the suspected ringleader of the 11 September suicide attacks.



Zammar, a German citizen, was arrested in Morocco after he left Germany in the wake of the attacks. Moroccan authorities later sent him to Syria.



Zammar is believed to have been in Hamburg with Atta and other members of Atta's cell - including hijackers Marwan al- Shehhi and Ziad Jarrah.



German authorities have said they interviewed him after the 11 September attacks.

Mohammed Haydar Zammar:
US investigators believe that Syrian-born Mohammed Haydar Zammar recruited Mohammed Atta - the suspected ringleader of the 11 September suicide attacks.

Zammar, a German citizen, was arrested in Morocco after he left Germany in the wake of the attacks. Moroccan authorities later sent him to Syria.

Zammar is believed to have been in Hamburg with Atta and other members of Atta's cell - including hijackers Marwan al- Shehhi and Ziad Jarrah.

German authorities have said they interviewed him after the 11 September attacks.

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The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a Kurdish network of fighters, has apprehended jihadist Mohammed Haydar Zammar in connection with planning and recruiting 9/11 hijackers to al-Qaeda, Pentagon spokesman Eric Pahon said. Zammar, a Syrian-born German, has been in custody for more than ... terrorist
... the coalition conducted 14 strikes against ISIS terrorist fighters and defensive fighting positions. Additionally, the Syrian Democratic Forces recently announced the capture of Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a Syrian-born German national who worked as an ISIS recruiter, the spokesman noted. Video ... Iraq Caliphate

Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a Syrian-born German citizen and alleged al-Qaida recruiter, was arrested in Morocco in October 2001 and rendered by the CIA to Syria, where he was held incommunicado in the notorious Far'Falastin detention centre. "US officials in Damascus submit written questions to the ... Iraq Caliphate
Still, the double-dealing continued: in late 2013, the Assad regime released Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a 9/11 recruiter who immediately became an ISIS commander. A number of other jihadist commanders have been freed since 2011 from Sednaya. They include Zahran Alloush, the current leader of ... Iraq Caliphate
According to some reports, Baghdadi sent Mohammed Haydar Zammar, who helped recruit al Qaeda's suicide pilots for the 9/11 operation, to the Sinai to win ABM's fealty. The Islamic State, which claims to rule over a large portion of Iraq and Syria as a “caliphate,” secured Zammar's release from a Syrian ... Iraq Caliphate
His fellow prisoners were members of ISIS. “Abu Muhammad al-Joulani, (founder of the Jihadist group, Jabhat al-Jabhat al-Nusra) was rumored to be there. Mohammed Haydar Zammar, (one of the organisers of the 9/11 attacks) was there. This is where the Syrian part of ISIS was born,” he said. Alghorani ... Iraq Caliphate

The German-Syrian Mohammed Haydar Zammar has been given a 12-year sentence by a court in Damascus. A friend of the 9/11 leader Mohammed Atta, Zammar was one of the first victims of the CIA's so-called "extraordinary renditions" program. Now he has been convicted of being a member of the ... Iraq Caliphate
Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a Syrian-born German citizen, was abducted by the CIA with the aid of German authorities. ... The chief judge listened silently to the prosecution's case against Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a 46-year-old, Syrian-born German citizen -- and a personal friend of the Sept. 11, 2001 ... Iraq Caliphate
Also Friday, the U.S.-led international coalition against the Islamic State group announced the capture of a Syrian-born German Islamic State operative previously tied to a 9/11-linked jihadist cell. U.S. Col. Ryan Dillon said the coalition's local allies in Syria captured Mohammed Haydar Zammar in ... Damascus
The U.S.-led international coalition against the Islamic State group says its local allies in Syria have captured a Syrian-born German IS operative previously tied to a 9/11-linked jihadist cell. U.S. Col. Ryan Dillon says the Syrian Democratic Forces captured Mohammed Haydar Zammar in northeast ...
The 9/11 Commission Report branded the German an "outspoken, flamboyant Islamist" who "relished any opportunity to extol the virtues of violent jihad." by F. Brinley Bruton and Courtney Kube / Apr.19.2018 / 12:24 PM ET / Updated Apr.20.2018 / 2:52 PM ET. Mohammed Haydar Zammar leaves a mosque in ...
A key member of the al-Qaeda cell that plotted the 9/11 attacks has been captured by Kurdish forces in Syria. Mohammed Haydar Zammar, 57, a Syrian-born German citizen who later switched his allegiance to Islamic State, was detained more than a month ago, the US-backed Syrian Democratic ...
Still, the double-dealing continued: in late 2013, the Assad regime released Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a 9/11 recruiter who immediately became an ISIS commander. A number of other jihadist commanders have been freed since 2011 from Sednaya. They include Zahran Alloush, the current leader of ...
According to some reports, Baghdadi sent Mohammed Haydar Zammar, who helped recruit al Qaeda's suicide pilots for the 9/11 operation, to the Sinai to win ABM's fealty. The Islamic State, which claims to rule over a large portion of Iraq and Syria as a “caliphate,” secured Zammar's release from a Syrian ...
His fellow prisoners were members of ISIS. “Abu Muhammad al-Joulani, (founder of the Jihadist group, Jabhat al-Jabhat al-Nusra) was rumored to be there. Mohammed Haydar Zammar, (one of the organisers of the 9/11 attacks) was there. This is where the Syrian part of ISIS was born,” he said. Alghorani ...
A naturalized German citizen of Syrian origin, Mohammed Haydar Zammar left Germany shortly after the attacks and traveled to Morocco, where he was reportedly seized by the CIA and then “rendered” to Syria. According to local Syrian sources, his release and that of five other “political prisoners” was ...
The German-Syrian Mohammed Haydar Zammar has been given a 12-year sentence by a court in Damascus. A friend of the 9/11 leader Mohammed Atta, Zammar was one of the first victims of the CIA's so-called "extraordinary renditions" program. Now he has been convicted of being a member of the ...

Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a Syrian-born German citizen, was abducted by the CIA with the aid of German authorities. ... The chief judge listened silently to the prosecution's case against Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a 46-year-old, Syrian-born German citizen -- and a personal friend of the Sept. 11, 2001 ...
Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a Syrian-born German citizen and alleged al-Qaida recruiter, was arrested in Morocco in October 2001 and rendered by the CIA to Syria, where he was held incommunicado in the notorious Far'Falastin detention centre. "US officials in Damascus submit written questions to the ...
Still, the double-dealing continued: in late 2013, the Assad regime released Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a 9/11 recruiter who immediately became an ISIS commander. A number of other jihadist commanders have been freed since 2011 from Sednaya. They include Zahran Alloush, the current leader of ...
According to some reports, Baghdadi sent Mohammed Haydar Zammar, who helped recruit al Qaeda's suicide pilots for the 9/11 operation, to the Sinai to win ABM's fealty. The Islamic State, which claims to rule over a large portion of Iraq and Syria as a “caliphate,” secured Zammar's release from a Syrian ...
His fellow prisoners were members of ISIS. “Abu Muhammad al-Joulani, (founder of the Jihadist group, Jabhat al-Jabhat al-Nusra) was rumored to be there. Mohammed Haydar Zammar, (one of the organisers of the 9/11 attacks) was there. This is where the Syrian part of ISIS was born,” he said. Alghorani ...
A naturalized German citizen of Syrian origin, Mohammed Haydar Zammar left Germany shortly after the attacks and traveled to Morocco, where he was reportedly seized by the CIA and then “rendered” to Syria. According to local Syrian sources, his release and that of five other “political prisoners” was ...
Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a Syrian-born German citizen, was abducted by the CIA with the aid of German authorities. ... The chief judge listened silently to the prosecution's case against Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a 46-year-old, Syrian-born German citizen -- and a personal friend of the Sept. 11, 2001 ...
Still, the double-dealing continued: in late 2013, the Assad regime released Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a 9/11 recruiter who immediately ...
According to some reports, Baghdadi sent Mohammed Haydar Zammar, who helped recruit al Qaeda's suicide pilots for the 9/11 operation, ...
Mohammed Haydar Zammar, (one of the organisers of the 9/11 attacks) was there. This is where the Syrian part of ISIS was born,” he said.
Islamist rebel group Ahrar al-Sham has secured the release of 9/11 plotter and alleged al-Qaeda core member Mohammed Haydar Zammar, ...
The German-Syrian Mohammed Haydar Zammar has been given a 12-year sentence by a court in Damascus. A friend of the 9/11 leader ...
The chief judge listened silently to the prosecution's case against Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a 46-year-old, Syrian-born German citizen ...


 

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