Ibrahim al Qosi served Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda for years in a variety of capacities. Leaked and declassified files portray him as an experienced combat veteran who fought in Chechnya and Afghanistan. As a courier, he may have delivered money to the operatives who attempted to kill Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in 1995.
Abu al Bara’a was among hundreds of jihadists to escape from Egyptian prisons in early 2011. He fought in Libya prior to being killed in Syria this month.
Ahmed Omar Abdul Rahman, the son of the Blind Sheikh, may have been killed in the Oct. 14 strike in a village under the control of the Haqqani Network. Egyptians have been killed in the village in the past.
Ahmed Omar Abdul Rahman, the son of the spiritual leader of the Egyptian Islamic Group, was killed today, according to the terror group.
The Egyptian Islamic Group announced that Ahmed Omar Abdul Rahman was killed in a US airstrike while “on the frontlines in Afghanistan.” Ahmed is the son of Sheikh Omar Abdul Rahman, or the Blind Sheikh, who is currently serving a life sentence in a US federal prison for his role in 1993 bombing at the […]
Osama Hassan was a member of the Egyptian Islamic Group and may have played a role in getting that group’s external faction to merge with al Qaeda in 2006.