Al-Qaida planning terrorist attacks in Gaza

April 4, 2006 09:27


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Al-Hayat, an Arabic newspaper published in London, reported that an al-Qaida affiliated group operating in Gaza is planning terrorist attacks against sensitive targets in the area. Jordanian intelligence sources told the paper that the group has about 10 members. Al-Hayat also reported that al-Qaida recently appointed a chief for the region of Jordan, Israel, Syria and Lebanon, according to Israel Radio. Al-Qaida is taking advantage of the lawlessness in Gaza to establish operational networks.

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