Five thousand jihadist al-Qaeda should be sent to Syria under an agreement with the United States and Saudi Arabia with a head of the Yemeni branch of this group, classified terrorist in Washington.
According to information provided in the region by the digital publication AdenAlghad.net Yemeni and Iranian news agency Al Alam, representatives of the government of the United States and Saudi Arabia have signed an agreement with the jihadist Tariq al-Fadhli (pictured in black shirt and gun belt), comrade of Osama bin Laden, to Syria from 5000 jihadists cities Ja'ar y Zinjibar in southern Yemen. This would explain the "sudden withdrawal of armed men in the region of Yemen Abyan," media quoted indicate which information were taken by the channel Russia Today.
The newspaper The New York Times points out that, for the Yemeni government, Al-Fadhli is "one of the most dangerous terrorists in the country."
According to the British newspaper The Guardian, the men of al-Qaeda'' s lead already the "Contras" in Syria and form in the manufacture of explosives, a specialty of the terrorist group.
Links unmentionable United States and other member countries of the Atlantic Alliance with the nebula known as al-Qaeda have been repeatedly criticized, notably by historian and U.S. journalist Webster G. Tarpley and former MI5 agent David Shayler.
Various researchers also believe that al-Qaeda is a creature of services U.S. intelligence, British and Saudi to justify new wars of Washington and NATO.
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