Former Guantánamo detainee informed aboutYemeni terrorists
Information about the bombs on board the two aircraft passed to the authorities of Saudi Arabia, U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), was obtained by a former prisoner of Guantanamo prisoner. On Monday, November 1, reports BBC News.
As the agency reports, we are talking about the Saudis Jabr Al-Faifi (Jabr al-Faifi), who surrendered to the authorities of the kingdom two weeks ago. It is reported that before the end of 2006, he was in prison at Guantanamo Bay, where after his release was sent to Saudi Arabia to undergo rehabilitation. After passing the required course, al-Faifi returned to terrorist activities in Yemen, but later repented and got in touch with the Yemeni authorities, who arranged his transfer to Riyadh.
Bombs hidden in the printer cartridges, were discovered 28 or 29 October in Dubai airport and central England. Parcels with printers were shipped from Yemen, a place of their appointment were listed synagogue in Chicago.
Soon, on suspicion of sending explosive devices had been detained by local student, but it later emerged that her documents were filed in the mail, were stolen. Subsequently, security forces have named the two main organizers of the failed terrorist attacks: an American of Yemeni origin, Anwar al-Awlaki (Anwar al-Awlaki) and the Saudis Ibrahim Hasan al-Asiri (Ibrahim Hassan Al Asiri).
First of them believe the inspiration of a number of terrorist attacks in Western countries, including the London bombings in 2005. Al-Asiri, according to U.S. intelligence, the organizer of the failed attack, which is on the plane from Amsterdam to Detroit tried to make Nigerian Umar Farooq Mutallab.
Authorities in the U.S. and Britain already have limited transportation from Yemen. Meanwhile, in the Yemen, introduced a review of all cargo to and from the country by air.
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