This wanted poster from website of the U.S. State Department's Rewards For Justice program shows a mugshot of Ibrahim al-Rubaish, the top cleric of Yemen's al-Qaida branch. The group said in a statement on Tuesday that al-Rubaish, a Saudi national wanted by the U.S. was killed in a drone attack two days earlier.
This wanted poster from website of the U.S. State Department's Rewards For Justice program shows a mugshot of Ibrahim al-Rubaish, the top cleric of Yemen's al-Qaida branch. The group said in a statement on Tuesday that al-Rubaish, a Saudi national wanted by the U.S. was killed in a drone attack two days earlier. AP
This wanted poster from website of the U.S. State Department's Rewards For Justice program shows a mugshot of Ibrahim al-Rubaish, the top cleric of Yemen's al-Qaida branch. The group said in a statement on Tuesday that al-Rubaish, a Saudi national wanted by the U.S. was killed in a drone attack two days earlier. AP

Yemen’s al-Qaida says top cleric killed; he was released from Guantánamo in ’06

April 14, 2015 02:08 PM

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