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– FAYEZ  BANIHAMMAD

Fayez Banihammad was born in UAE to a family originally from Asir province in Saudi Arabia near the border with Yemen. Fayez Banihammad left home in early 2000 as he said to his family in Asir – to work with a relief Muslim agency. Continue reading

– HAMZA & AHMED AL-GHAMDI

The two brothers Hamza al-Ghamdi and Ahmed al-Ghamdi were born in Al-Baha, an isolated mountainous region on the southern coast of the Red Sea. The brothers had family affiliation to Ahmed al-Haznawi and Saeed al-Ghamdi both became later muscle hijackers on flight 93 Team in The 9/11. Continue reading

– AHMED MOHAMMED AJAJ

Ahmed Ajaj, a Palestinian, was born in 1966 in Jordan, the West Bank that was at that time a part of the Jordanian kingdom. Sometime in the late 80th Ahmed Ajaj immigrated to Houston, Texas, USA and worked as a pizza delivery driver. In Huston Ahmed Ajaj got acquainted with another Palestinian Mohammed Salameh, later a member of the Al Farook Mosque in Brooklyn, New York. Continue reading

– MULLAH OBAIDULLAH AKHUND

According to intelligence officials in Pakistan on 03/02/2007 Mullah Obaidullah Akhund, said to be a leader in the Taleban insurgency in Afghanistan, was reportedly seized in the south-western city of Quetta. Continue reading

– ALI MOHAMMED – AL-QAEDA SPY IN U.S

Ali Mohammed is an USA citizen of Egyptian Muslim origin born in 1951. He was conscripted to Egyptian army in 1970, served in the Egyptian military intelligence and got commando training, as a member of the Egyptian army, in Port Brag, USA, at the beginning of 1980. Continue reading

– KHALID SHEIKH MOHAMMED – KSM

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed born in Kuwait 1965 ( or possibly in Baluchistan 1964). Uncle of Ramzi Yousef. Khalid Shaikh Mohammed joined the Moslim Brothers at the age of 16. In 1983 he arrived to USA to study engineering in Chowan University of North Carolina. Continue reading

– MOHAMMED ATEF – ABU HAFEZ

Mohammed Atef was born in Egypt and was an Egyptian Islamic Jihad activist. After the assassination of the Egyptian President Anwar Saadat, on 10/06/1981, and the crack down on Islamic Jihad activist, he fled Egypt to Somalia sometime in the middle of the ‘80. Continue reading

– AYMAN AL-ZAWAHIRI

In 1979 dr’ Ayman Al Zawahiri became one of the leaders of the extreme Egyptian Islamic Jihad. After the assassination of the Egyptian President Anwar Saadat, on 10/06/1981, Ayman Al Zawahiri, like many other Islamic jihad militants, was arrested and later sentenced to 3 years in jail. Continue reading

– OSAMA BIN LADEN

Osama Bin Laden, who founded in 1989 together with Ayman Al Zawahiri and Dr' Abdullah Azzama a new support group for the Mujahidin in Afghanistan, later known as "Al Qaeda", is, arguably, the most notorious terorist in the history of the world. Continue reading