American intelligence group: “Al – Qaeda commander close to bin Laden killed”

The American intelligence group SITE, a research group about bodies and terrorists, announced tonight (Thursday-Friday) the death of al-Qaeda’s commander in the Arabian Peninsula, Saleh bin Salim bin Obeid, during the American attacks in Yemen.

According to Rita Katz, the group’s founder, al-Qaeda members did not specify the date or location of the deaths, but he was apparently killed in the military attack that took place on November 14 and is a former ally of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.

As you may recall, this week, as part of tensions in the region, Houthi spokesman Muhammad ‘Abd al-Salem announced that his organization operating in Yemen had launched an offensive against the Emirati army and claimed responsibility for hitting three fuel tanks in the industrial area of ​​Abu Dhabi. In response, Saudi Arabia attacked the capital Sanaa in a severe attack, in which, according to the Houthi organization, 12 people were killed, including women and children.

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