American media, “The New York Times,” quoted intelligence sources on the 13th, as saying that Israeli agents shot and killed Abdullah Ahmed, the second man in the Egyptian “Al-Qaeda” organization, at the request of the United States, in the streets of the Egyptian capital, Tehran, Iran. Abdullah (Abdullah Ahmad Abdullah).
Wanted warrant issued by FBI
According to news from the New York Times on the 13th, Abdullah Ahmad Abdullah lived in Iran under the pseudonym Abu Muhammad al-Masri.
He was arrested on August 7 this year. The famous Israeli agent was shot on a motorcycle and killed on the streets of Tehran.
His daughter Maryam, widow of Hamzah bin Laden (the son of Usama bin Laden) was also killed.
The report quoted four intelligence agency officials as saying that Israeli agents carried out the assassination at the request of the United States. It is not clear whether the United States was involved in the process or played a role.
It is suspected that Al-Masry was planning bomb attacks on the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998. Before that, US intelligence agencies were tracking his movements in Iran.
So far, al-Qaeda has not announced any deaths, Iranian officials have not published related news, and no government has publicly claimed responsibility for this. According to the New York Times, the killing of Al-Masry is still a secret.
The Egyptian (Abdullah Ahmad Abdullah) is about 58 years old. He is one of the founding leaders of Al Qaeda and is considered a successor to the current leader of the organization, Al-Zawahiri. For a long time, Al-Masry was on the FBI’s “Most Wanted Terrorists” list, and the FBI was offering a reward of $ 10 million for information that could capture him.