Sunday, June 5, 2011

U.S. Abbe to leader of Al Qaeda in Pakistan

A U.S. spy plane killed last night the first high command of Al Qaeda after Osama bin Laden, Mohammed Ilyas Kashmiri, in a bombing in the Pakistani tribal area of South Waziristan, sources confirmed the insurgents. The U.S. drone launched missiles at the last minute against an insurgent haven in South Waziristan tribal region bordering Afghanistan, and killed at least eight people.

Kashmiri, with whose death by the action of spy planes was speculated in the past, rose in the chain of command of Al Qaeda after the death of Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan at the hands of elite forces of the United States on 2 May. In the new chart of Al Qaeda that sources close to the world insurgent was formed after the death of Bin Laden, Kashmiri rose to head the so-called "Brigade 313", a branch of the terrorist network.

The dead terrorist leader was linked to many plans to attack Western targets and the insurgent assault last May to a military base in the southern city of Karachi, Pakistan Navy kept in check for 17 hours. His appearance at interviews or media messages in South Asia was relatively common compared with other insurgent commanders.

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