Al-Kuwaiti's Supposed Fake Name Appears in Document Released by WikiLeaks
According to the document, Libi fled to Peshawar in Pakistan and was living there in 2003 when he was asked to become one of Bin Laden's messengers.
The document says: "In July 2003, detainee received a letter from [Bin Laden's] designated courier, Maulawi Abd al-Khaliq Jan, requesting detainee take on the responsibility of collecting donations, organising travel and distributing funds for families in Pakistan. [Bin Laden] stated detainee would be the official messenger between [Bin Laden] and others in Pakistan. In mid-2003, detainee moved his family to Abbottabad (Pakistan) and worked between Abbottabad and Peshawar.
The international community seems suspicious enough of the unwillingness of the Pakistani secret services (ISI) in the hunt for bin Laden, because everything indicates that the Saudi terrorist and al-Zawahiri are hiding in front of their noses in the tribal region of North Waziristan , border between Afghanistan and Pakistan, a mountainous territory of 11,585 meters square whose villages attack the Predator unmanned aircraft the U.S. military.
According to his assessment file released by WikiLeaks, “In July 2003, detainee received a letter from Osama bin Laden’s designated courier, Maulawi Abd al Khaliq Jan, requesting detainee take on the responsibility of collecting donations, organizing travel, and distributing funds to families in Pakistan. Osama bin Laden stated detainee would be the official messenger between UBL and others in Pakistan. In mid-2003, Abu Faraj al Libbi moved his family to Abbottabad and worked between Abbottabad and Peshawar.”
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