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Little-known Egyptian is key al-Qaida figure
Young Gun Conservative ^
| Rudolph Carrera
Posted on 10/15/2009 7:48:32 PM PDT by YoungGunConservativeRadio
It is imperative that anyone wanting to be up on the War On Terror should go out of his way to learn as much about the players involved as possible. The AP/Yahoo! reports on an Egyptian character called Mustafa Abu al-Yazid who has been named as a contact of suspected Denver-based Muslim Najibullah Zazi.
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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: 1989; abdelrahman; blindsheikh; denver; denvercell; gamaaislamiya; mustafayazid; najibullahzazi; omarabdelrahman; rahman; yazid; zazi
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When did we find out about The Midget?. Who are his associates?
posted on 10/15/2009 7:50:40 PM PDT
(Don't take life so seriously... You'll never live through it.)
If he was in contact with the infamous “Egyptian”, he’s high up the ladder = this is even more serious than serious.
But since he can’t be interrogated, we’ll get no information and it may be the only way we’ll know all the players in his cell is when something blows up = and innocent people will die because we can’t ‘scare’ a terrorist.
posted on 10/15/2009 8:06:19 PM PDT
("He has the right to criticize who has the heart to help" LINCOLN)
"Shaykh Saeed" AKA al-Yazid took part in founding of AQ in 1989 and is the finance chief. One of his daughters is married to the "blind Sheikh" of NY, Omar Abdel-Rahman, still lives there, she is undoubtedly the contact point with Zazi.
We've killed him twice, he is definitely a top target.
posted on 10/15/2009 11:02:14 PM PDT
(An appeaser feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last......)
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