Senior Al Qaeda leader arrested in Karachi

Senior Al Qaeda leader arrested in Karachi

Karāchi : Pakistan | May 17, 2011 at 9:05 AM PDT
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The Karachi arrested a key al-Qaeda leader's first incident

According to the Pakistan Army Al Qaeda leader Abu Suhaib almky senior has been arrested from Karachi.

Sabh Army public relations from a brief statement issued by the Abu Suhaib Mohammad Ali Qasim Yaqoob almaruf almky the security agencies in Karachi, capital of Sindh province detained.

Abu Suhaib almky statement is concerned with Yemen.

Officials say that the Al Qaeda leader's initial investigation found that operating in Pakistan and Afghanistan border region in al-Qaeda leaders was working directly Subordination.

ISPR almky arrest of Abu Suhaib al-Qaeda network in the region and will help bring out the operations.

The Karachi arrested a key al-Qaeda leader's first incident. Earlier in September, two thousand two Pakistani security forces in Karachi with the help of U.S. intelligence alsbh named Ramzi bin al-Qa'ida leader was arrested after a competition.

Idea that military sources said recently that military intelligence in the al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Abbottabad gain after killing the people who support the organization in search of a search operation in different areas have begun .

The operation is a special thing that is purely military intelligence operations and civilian intelligence officials have not been included.

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MFarooq786 is based in Bhakkar, Punjab, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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