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Regime Change

by | 4th, April 2006

‘MOUSSAOIU may yet eclipse the notoriety attached to the name Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the man the Times calls “the most feared commander in the Iraqi insurgency”.

Not wanted

Only, he may no longer be. No-one has shopped the man wanted for “murdering innocent women and children” (source: American wanted poster), and in so doing claimed the reward of up to $10,000,000 USD, it’s just that the man may have been deposed from within.

The Times hears Huthayfah Azzam, the son of Abdullah Azzam, al-Zarqawi’s “former mentor”, a man apparently known as the “prince of the Mujahidin”, say that the fearsome thug’s role has been curtailed. “The Iraqi resistance high command asked al-Zarqawi to give up his political role and

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