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allemand Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-13-05 09:12 AM
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2. Al-Sakra "one of the five most senior members of al-Qaeda"
This is getting better and better.

According to Turkish intelligence, his real name is Luayibi Mohammed Hac Bakr al-Saka, born in Syria to an upper-class family in 1973. Suffers from manic-depression and panic attacks. Based in Europe, he is a senior al-Qaeda financier who operates under the aliases Lian bin Mohammed Saka, Abu Mohammed al-Suri, Abu Haya al-Suri, and Ala al-Din. (...)

Received personal approval from Osama bin Laden to carry out the Antalya attacks and last met with the al-Qaeda leader 3 months ago. Sakra is one of the few people within al-Qaeda who is still allowed to meet with bin Laden face-to-face for security reasons and as such is considered by Turkish intelligence to be one of the five most senior members of al-Qaeda.

More:
http://www.windsofchange.net/archives/007354.php

So the German intelligence agency BND helped al-Qaeda's No. 5 to escape from Germany and he later went on to organize an attack on Israeli ships...?!

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