The Al-Qaeda Leader Elimination in Tehran Embarrasses Iran
Excerpt: Arch-Terrorist Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, also known by the name Mohammad al-Masri, a leading member of the Al-Qaeda terrorist group, was assassinated, apparently by Israeli agents, in Tehran, Iran, at the request of the U.S., or more specifically the CIA. The timing of the revelation was aimed to embarrass the radical Shiite-Muslim Iranian regime, just as the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) was about to deliberate on renewing the embargo against Iran. Moreover, exposing the fact that the Ayatollahs of Iran sheltered a leading al-Qaeda terrorist implicated in the 9/11 terrorist attack on the U.S. and other terrorist operations, should have given the UNSC pause to think about it. The Iranian regime, keeping the secret of harboring a notorious Sunni-Muslim, whose al-Qaeda organization targeted and murdered fellow Shite-Muslims, was bound to outrage many ordinary Iranians.