Thursday, May 5, 2011

Abbe Russian coordinator of Al Qaeda's North Caucasus

Moscow. .- The chief coordinator of the network of Al Qaeda in the North Caucasus of Russia, Abdullah Kurd, has been killed in Chechnya during an operation carried out by Russian special forces, as reported by the National Counterterrorism Committee (NAK). Depending on the version of the Russian authorities, the militia came to Chechnya via Georgia to Pankissi valley.

"The terrorist was suspected member of Al Qaeda Arab groups led by the Emir Khattab, Abu al Walid and Abu al Urduni, international terrorists removed before the (Federal Security Service) FSB," says the NAK in a statement. Moscow Kurd Abdullah attributed to the organization of attacks that have killed both civilians and members of security forces, as recorded by the news agency RIA Novosti.

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