Murdering al-Masri Muerte? Maybe, Maybe Not

Once again, rumors swirl that the chief of the al-Qaeda assassins in Iraq Abu Ayyub al-Masri has been killed in the neighborhood of Taji, Iraq (see Bill Roggio’s map here), which is a NW suburb of Baghdad about 16 miles from the city center. This time the storyline is that he was killed off by angry Sunni tribesmen from al Anbar province who are tired of al-Qaeda’s way of killing those who disagree with them and stoking tensions between the Shiites and Sunnis in Iraq, tensions that would eventually resolve with the Sunnis being killed or expelled from Iraq. But his death has been claimed before, and it has been wrong before. So let us pray that this time it isn’t a false rumor, and that the devil worshipping al-Masri is at this moment winging his way to the left hand side of his lord and master, Satan.

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See Pajamas, Google News, Bill Roggio, Worldwide Standard, New York Times, MEMRI, Counterterrorism Blog, Iraq Slogger, Confederate Yankee, Op For, Abu Aardvark

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