US Embassy Security Official in Yemen Killed by Gunman
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US Embassy Security Official in Yemen Killed by Gunman

Sanaa : Yemen | Oct 11, 2012 at 8:22 AM PDT
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It seems that al-Qaeda uses new methods in combat operations against the United States

The Yemeni security source revealed, today, killing employee Qasim Aklaan who works as director of investigations at the U.S. Embassy in Sana'a, the incident bore the hallmarks of al-Qaeda.

The source pointed out that «the two gunmen on a motorcycle objected car Director of Investigations at the U.S. Embassy and coordinated with the Yemeni government Qasim Aklaan in sixty street in Sanaa and showered him with bullets, killing him on the spot,

Probable that al-Qaeda was responsible for this process.

Justifying the weighted due to the use of elements of the organization, usually, motorcycles to kill enemies or those who think they are the enemies of them.

But there are views warns of charges against a specific destination

I see this a possibility
But the proportion of these little prospect

The source at the U.S. Embassy, ​​who preferred not to be named, said that «the task Aklaan confined to investigations with the new staff of the embassy, ​​although early to accuse a particular point of being behind to do the process,

Do you want the source to minimize the importance of the employee who was killed

But the employee has a long experience in the U.S. Embassy
He works in the U.S. Embassy about 20 years ago, and was about to get citizenship.

Are we in front of the puzzle in Yemen?
Or is it that Al-Qaeda uses new methods?

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Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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