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Death of the second person in al-Qaeda confirmed2012-09-11 11:44
In a special video message, the leader of the al-Qaeda Ayman al-Zawahiri has confirmed the death of his deputy Abu Yahya al-Libi, the Radio Freedom reported. In the video, al-Zawahiri said that al-Libi was killed in June this year as a result of the strike by the U.S. drone in northwest Pakistan.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The White House considers Abu Yahya al-Libi as a developer of operations of the al-Qaeda and the person exercising general management in the terrorist organization.
Al-Libi was the last of nearly twenty leaders of the al-Qaeda, killed as a result of the U.S. Special Operations after a group of the U.S. Marines had deprived terrorist network of its leader, Osama bin Laden.
Meanwhile, as reported by the RG.ru, another strong statement was made today by al-Zawahiri's brother Muhammad. In an interview to the CNN, he invited the countries of the West, particularly the U.S., to sign a ceasefire agreement with the Islamists. Muhammad al-Zawahiri is ready to mediate on such negotiations. Moreover, he had already prepared a proposal for an armistice for 10 years.
The main points of the document - the refusal of the West to intervene in the affairs of Islamic countries and the principles of Islamic education, as well as the release of all prisoners of American prisons, accused of having links with the Islamists. Instead, according to al-Zawahiri, the Islamists are ready to give up attacks on the U.S. and the West and "protect their legitimate interests in Muslim countries".
Muhammad al-Zawahri said immodestly he had a strong influence on his brother, and was able to convince him to adopt such an agreement.