Saturday, March 25, 2006

Iraq Qaeda Chief Seems to Pursue a Lower Profile

NYT reported Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Jordanian terrorist and the head of Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, has sharply lowered his profile in recent months,

Things were getting a little scary for him, since he was almost caught several times, and he decided he better hide. He may be in Saddam's spider hole.
and his group claims to have submitted itself to the leadership of an Iraqi.
Hoping those pursueing him will now turn their attention to the Iraqi.
In postings on Web sites used by jihadi groups, Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, the terrorist network's arm in Iraq, claims to have joined with five other guerrilla groups to form the Mujahedeen Shura, or Council of Holy Warriors. The new group, whose formation was announced in January, is said to be headed by an Iraqi named Abdullah Rashid al-Baghdadi. Since then, Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia has stopped issuing its own proclamations.
Not a problem. The troops should try to kill both Abdullah Rashid al-Baghdadi ANDAbu Musab al-Zarqawi

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