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I conned him into drinking another glass, and he started talking about Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, bin Laden's best friend and brother-in-law. "He was a wonderful guy," Wright said. "You would have enjoyed him." He looked down and away, and his body language grew agitated. He leaned forward, resting ...
Operated by Usama Bin Laden's brother-in-law, Saudi businessman Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, and with links to captured al-Qaeda lieutenant Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the IIRO served as a legal front to conceal the transfer of al-Qaeda funding and materiel to the Abu Sayyaf Group and possibly other ...

"It was always the advice of foreign supporters like (Saudi financier and Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law) Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, to do something which could gain international mileage for the organization," he says. "If you want people in the Middle East, the Arab brothers to hear your voice and know ...
The operative, Abdul Basit Usman, was wanted by the US for his involvement in multiple bombings in the Philippines and also had ties to JI. Additionally, ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the leader of ...
The Abu Sayyaf terror group was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the leader of Abu Sayyaf, before he was killed in 2006. Khalifa, an Al-Qaeda financier and facilitator, was killed by US special operations forces in ...
Intelligence sources said he is closely identified with Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, brother-in-law of the late Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Khalifa stayed in Mindanao for several years in the 1990s. When Khalifa was in the Philippines, Philips reportedly visited Cotabato City and planned to build an ...

ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the leader of Abu Sayyaf, before he was killed in 2006. Khalifa, an al Qaeda financier and facilitator, was killed by US special operations forces in Madagascar in 2006.
ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the leader of Abu Sayyaf before he was killed in 2006. Khalifa, an al Qaeda financier and facilitator, was killed by US special operations forces in Madagascar in 2006.
As early as 1988, al-Qaeda's financial network in the Philippines was established by Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law, Mohammed Jamal Khalifa. By then, Al-Qaeda leaders, including the architect of the 9/11 attacks, had trained members of the Abu Sayyaf. Mundos escaped from a provincial prison in ...
"Just to come and get the dust of the ground on your boots was a very great thing," recalled Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, a Saudi who joined the fight and a friend of Adel Batterjee's. At first, Batterjee only listened to news reports and donated some money. But after hearing a moving speech by a prominent ...
"It was always the advice of foreign supporters like (Saudi financier and Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law) Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, to do something which could gain international mileage for the organization," he says. "If you want people in the Middle East, the Arab brothers to hear your voice and know ...
"It was always the advice of foreign supporters like (Saudi financier and Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law) Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, to do something which could gain international mileage for the organization," he says. "If you want people in the Middle East, the Arab brothers to hear your voice and know ...
There was funding for these terrorists from Osama bin Laden through Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, a tall, handsome Afghan veteran who was Bin Laden's brother-in- law. He arrived in the Philippines in the 1980s and formed foundations in the aid of his Muslim brothers. I met him in Cotabato City in the late ...
A key figure in the organization was Saudi businessman Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, a brother-in-law of bin Laden. He moved to Mindanao where he set up an office of the Saudi-funded International Islamic Relief Organization in the city of Zamboanga, as well as outlets for other Saudi Wahabbi charities.
The operative, Abdul Basit Usman, was wanted by the US for his involvement in multiple bombings in the Philippines and also had ties to JI. Additionally, ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the leader of ...
The Abu Sayyaf terror group was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the leader of Abu Sayyaf, before he was killed in 2006. Khalifa, an Al-Qaeda financier and facilitator, was killed by US special operations forces in ...
ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the leader of Abu Sayyaf, before he was killed in 2006. Khalifa, an al Qaeda financier and facilitator, was killed by US special operations forces in Madagascar in 2006.

Intelligence sources said he is closely identified with Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, brother-in-law of the late Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. Khalifa stayed in Mindanao for several years in the 1990s. When Khalifa was in the Philippines, Philips reportedly visited Cotabato City and planned to build an ...
ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the leader of Abu Sayyaf, before he was killed in 2006. Khalifa, an al Qaeda financier and facilitator, was killed by US special operations forces in Madagascar in 2006.
ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the leader of Abu Sayyaf before he was killed in 2006. Khalifa, an al Qaeda financier and facilitator, was killed by US special operations forces in Madagascar in 2006.
As early as 1988, al-Qaeda's financial network in the Philippines was established by Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law, Mohammed Jamal Khalifa. By then, Al-Qaeda leaders, including the architect of the 9/11 attacks, had trained members of the Abu Sayyaf. Mundos escaped from a provincial prison in ...
"Just to come and get the dust of the ground on your boots was a very great thing," recalled Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, a Saudi who joined the fight and a friend of Adel Batterjee's. At first, Batterjee only listened to news reports and donated some money. But after hearing a moving speech by a prominent ...
"It was always the advice of foreign supporters like (Saudi financier and Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law) Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, to do ...
There was funding for these terrorists from Osama bin Laden through Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, a tall, handsome Afghan veteran who was Bin ...
It turns out that Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, bin Laden's brother-in-law, had moved to the Philippines sometime in the late 1980s to set up ...
A key figure in the organization was Saudi businessman Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, a brother-in-law of bin Laden. He moved to Mindanao ...
Additionally, ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy ...
ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the ...
Intelligence sources said he is closely identified with Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, brother-in-law of the late Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the leader of Abu Sayyaf, before he was killed in 2006. Khalifa, an al Qaeda financier and facilitator, was killed by US special operations forces in Madagascar in 2006.
ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the ...
ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the ...
In 1988, Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law, Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, came to the Philippines and began to fund charities, non-governmental ...
"Just to come and get the dust of the ground on your boots was a very great thing," recalled Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, a Saudi who joined the ...
"It was always the advice of foreign supporters like (Saudi financier and Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law) Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, to do ...
There was funding for these terrorists from Osama bin Laden through Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, a tall, handsome Afghan veteran who was Bin ...
It turns out that Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, bin Laden's brother-in-law, had moved to the Philippines sometime in the late 1980s to set up ...
Additionally, ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy ...
ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the ...
Intelligence sources said he is closely identified with Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, brother-in-law of the late Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the ...
In 1988, Osama bin Laden's brother-in-law, Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, came to the Philippines and began to fund charities, non-governmental ...
I soldi ce li aveva messi il cognato di bin Laden, il defunto Mohammed Jamal Khalifa; nella selva avevano trovato rifugio, negli anni Novanta, tipi come Ramzi Yousef (coinvolto nel primo attentato al World Trade Center di New York, nel 1993) e Khalid ...
It turns out that Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, bin Laden's brother-in-law, had moved to the Philippines sometime in the late 1980s to set up numerous financial fronts to benefit al-Qaeda.
It turns out that Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, bin Laden's brother-in-law, had moved to the Philippines sometime in the late 1980s to set up numerous financial fronts to benefit al-Qaeda.
... yaitu Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). Janjalani mendapatkan bantuan dana dari pengusaha Arab Saudi sekaligus ipar dari pendiri Al Qaedah, Osama bin Laden yaitu Mohammed Jamal Khalifa untuk membentuk Abu Sayyaf pada awal 1990-an.
... yaitu Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). Janjalani mendapatkan bantuan dana dari pengusaha Arab Saudi sekaligus ipar dari pendiri Al Qaedah, Osama bin Laden yaitu Mohammed Jamal Khalifa untuk membentuk Abu Sayyaf pada awal 1990-an.
Accusations have been made that a branch in the Philippines has been involved in funding al Qaeda since the mid-1990s, when it was headed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, bin Laden's brother-in-law, who funded the Bojinka plot in the early 1990s.
Bahkan dalam sebuah referensi dituliskan jika Kelompok Abu Sayyaf sengaja membatasi anggota mereka agar tidak disusupi agen pemerintah.
Additionally, ASG was funded and financed by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden's brother-in-laws, according to Khaddafy Janjalani, the leader of Abu Sayyaf, before he was killed in 2006.


 

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