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Al Qaeda's Chief in Lebanon Dies While in Custody

Majid al-Majid, al-Qaeda's commander in Lebanon, has died in custody in a Beirut hospital, Lebanon's army says.

The Saudi, who led the Abdullah Azzam Brigades and was on Saudi Arabia's most-wanted-terrorists list, was arrested in Lebanon recently.

An army general told Associated Press the militant died of kidney failure.

The group has carried out attacks across the Middle East and claimed a bomb attack on Iran's Beirut embassy in November that killed 23 people.

Source: BBC. Read full article. (link)

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  • ||

    Did they have him open the embassy safe?

  • SQRLSY One||

    Another goat-fucker bites the dust, RIP…

  • SQRLSY One||

    …Sad to say, Team America can NOT put another notch in their lip-stick case, for this one… The OTHER goat-fuckers seem to have done just fine all by their lonesome selves, it sure looks like… We paid ALL those that them thar taxes, and do NOT get to wallow in our pride on this one?!?!? What gives?!?!?

  • MSimon||

    I never knew the kidneys were in the back of the skull. Learn something new every day.

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