Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Al Qaeda in Iraq put his men at the disposal of Bin Laden's deputy

.- The Islamic State of Iraq made available thus far "number 2" of Al Qaeda, Ayman al Zawahiri, to all men, which can be understood as support for this terrorist to become successor to Osama bin Laden . The Islamic State of Iraq, a conglomeration of terrorist groups led by Al Qaeda, made the announcement in a statement of its leader, Abu Baker al-Husseini al Baghdadi, posted on a website regularly used by Islamists, whose authenticity could not be ascertained.

"I'm telling our brothers in the organization of Al Qaeda and especially to Sheikh Mujahid (fighter) Ayman al Zawahiri and his brothers in the leadership of the organization, go ahead with the blessing of God in what you decide," al-Baghdadi. "You can count on the Islamic State of Iraq with honest and straight men who do not resign or give up," he said.

Bin Laden was killed on 2 May by U.S. forces during a military operation in his hideout in Abbottabad, about 50 miles north of Islamabad. The expert on Al Qaeda Al Mula Nazim al Yaburi told by phone that this statement "carries a support to al-Zawahiri and Bin Laden's successor at the next stage." "We know that the general headquarters of Al Qaeda has a Shura Council which elects the leader, "said Al Yaburi.

Some experts on Al Qaeda are the selection of a successor to bin Laden going to be late because the holding of a Council meeting is now impossible for security reasons "The expert said that Al Qaeda has a hierarchical organization of various subgroups and non-core associations, and each will have an opinion on a successor to bin Laden.

Al Yaburi considered that "most people see that Al Zawahiri is the person most likely to happen to Bin Laden" because it "has been the leader more has come out in the media, and religious and civic events after 2004. "Furthermore, Al Yaburi not rule out that the subsidiaries of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, the Islamic Maghreb and Afghanistan to" adopt as a successor to al-Zawahiri and Emir Al Qaeda after the death of Bin Laden.


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