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Two on Saudi "85 Most Wanted Terrorist" list reported killed in Afghanistan
By Middle East Observatory
Sep 16, 2011 - 9:04:38 AM

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A member of a Jihadist forum claimed today, September 16, 2011 that two people from the Saudi "85 most wanted terrorist" list were killed in Afghanistan. The Forum member known as "Al Bashir al-Shamikh" didn't reveal the names of the two people killed but revealed that one was killed by an American strike and the other in Kunar Province, East of Afghanistan.
It is to note that US officials claimed is al Qaeda's operations chief for Pakistan, Abu Hafs al Shahri is a nom de guerre for Osama Hamud Gharman al Shahri, who was on Saudi Arabia's list of 85 most wanted terrorists is thought to have been killed in a recent Predator airstrike in Pakistan's Taliban-controlled tribal areas.

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