The Insider: Daily Terrorism Report

Ten militants linked to the the Hezb-e-Islami faction of former Prime Minister Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and his Taleban allies are being held over the killing of 11 Chinese workers in north Afghanistan last week, the provincial military commander said yesterday. (Reuters)

Kenya Al Qaeda Operative in Kenya Slips Away From Cops in 'A Flash' For one night, police had one of the FBI's most wanted al Qaeda terrorists behind bars, it has been learned. (Chicago Sun-Times)


Report: U.S. Looking for Bin Laden in the Arabian Gulf Area

Iranian sources told Elaph that U.S. forces were looking for Osama bin Laden in the Arabian Gulf, close to the coast of Iran. According to the sources, U.S. naval officers are seeking the help of Iranian fishermen around the area in finding bin Laden, who they believe maybe hiding somewhere in the Gulf area. (Elaph)

New Al Qaeda Audio Statement

Tape Criticizes Mideast Reform Plan The Arab television network Al Arabiya broadcast an audiotape on Saturday that it said was made by Ayman al Zawahiri, the top deputy to Osama bin Laden in al Qaeda. The tape criticized a proposal for reform in the Middle East as an American ploy and said change would come only through "resistance." (NY Times)


Bin Laden Bodyguard in Guantanamo

U.S. military officials are holding a bodyguard of al Qaeda terror leader Osama Bin Laden at the naval base prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, the Washington Post reported yesterday, citing Defense Department memos and sources familiar with base captives. (AFP)



Security Officials Bar Media From Yemen Terror Trial

Yemeni security authorities imposed restrictions yesterday on media coverage of the trial of 14 people charged with terrorism offenses, denying journalists access to the courtroom. (Arab News)


Saudi Qaeda Tape Says Shows Killing of American

A purported al Qaeda videotape posted on an Islamist website on Sunday claims to show the killing of a U.S. employee in the Saudi capital Riyadh last week. (Reuters)

Increasing Operations Against Westerners in Saudi Arabia Praised in Online Magazine

The 12th issue of Al Battar Camp magazine which is published online by the Saudi group responsible for terrorist attacks in the Kingdom, commends the increasing operations against Westerners in Saudi Arabia. The magazine mentions the attack against a BBC team, in which a cameraman was killed and a correspondent injured. It admits that the two were not responsible for attacks on "the mujaheddin," but justifies the attack by saying that it's considered a big blow for the Saudi and British governments. The magazine also contains a new article allegedly written by the number one suspect on the Saudi most wanted list, Abdul Aziz Al Muqrin, about fighting inside cities. It also includes an article allegedly written by al Qaeda leader Seif Al Adl about how to search locations secretly for information and to plant bugging devices. (ABCNEWS Investigative Unit)


Suicide Car Bomber Kills A Dozen People in Baghdad

A car bomb tore through a convoy Monday in central Baghdad, killing at least 12 people, including an American and four other foreigners working to rebuild Iraq's power plants. A crowd gathered, shouting "Down with the USA!" and dancing around a charred body. (AP)

Unit Says It Gave Earlier Warning of Abuse in Iraq

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