Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has announced the death of one of its leaders in a US airstrike in Yemen.
This was stated yesterday Thursday by Rita Katz, director of the SITE Intelligence Group, which systematically monitors the activities of jihadists and other extremist organizations on the Internet.
According to Rita Katz, the AKHC did not specify when or where Saleh bin Salim bin Ubaid Ambolan, also known as Abu Omayr al-Hadrami, who had previously been an ally of al-Qa'eda's founder, Osama bin Laden, was killed. , which she described as "strange".
Ms. Katz took to Twitter to report that on November 14, 2021, the United States launched an air strike in Yemen that killed three AKH members.
BREAKING: AQAP announces death of military commander / former Bin Laden associate Salih bin Salim bin Ubayd 'Abolan (AKA Abu' Umayr al-Hadhrami) in US airstrike in Yemen. Strange that group did not specify date / location. Reports show US airstrike killed 3 AQAP militants on Nov. 14. https://t.co/NkAv5Fzh6f pic.twitter.com/8FrdCm24ue
- Rita Katz (@Rita_Katz) -