(Worthy News) – A U.N. Security Council report has identified an Iran-based senior al-Qaeda fugitive from U.S. justice as the “de facto and uncontested” new leader of the terrorist group.
The report said al-Qaeda’s failure to publicly name Saif al-Adl as successor to Ayman al-Zawahiri was possibly related to his presence in Iran, which raises “difficult theological and operational questions” for the group.
The extent to which the Shi’ite regime in Iran would cooperate with the Sunni jihadists of al-Qaeda has long been debated in security circles, although terror collaboration dating back to the late 1990s has been documented. [ Source (Read More…) ]
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