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Imam Asad

Commander

al-Qaeda

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al-Qaeda

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Employment History

Chief Trainer of the Black Guard


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lwww.frontpagemag.com

But the truth is Task Force 145 struck with air and ground forces, and inflicted dozens of casualties on al-Qaeda recruits and Imam Asad, a senior Chechen al-Qaeda commander and associate of recently slain Shamil Basayev.
Asad was the camp commander and at the time the commander of al-Qaeda in Pakistan, a position of honor and power within al-Qaeda due to the importance of the country to the organization.


lwww.frontpagemag.com

While bin Laden and Zawahiri escaped, senior commanders such as Abu Khabab al-Masri (WMD chief) and Imam Asad (chief trainer of the Black Guard), among others were killed.
Al-Qaeda could no longer countenance a Pakistani presence in the region.


www.freerepublic.com [cached]

But the truth is Task Force 145 struck with air and ground forces, and inflicted dozens of casualties on al-Qaeda recruits and Imam Asad, a senior Chechen al-Qaeda commander and associate of recently slain Shamil Basayev.Asad was the camp commander and at the time the commander of al-Qaeda in Pakistan, a position of honor and power within al-Qaeda due to the importance of the country to the organization.


billroggio.com [cached]

While bin Laden and Zawahiri escaped, senior commanders such as Abu Khabab al-Masri (WMD chief) and Imam Asad (chief trainer of the Black Guard), among others were killed.Al-Qaeda could no longer countenance a Pakistani presence in the region.But the truth is Task Force 145 struck with air and ground forces, and inflicted dozens of casualties on al-Qaeda recruits and Imam Asad, a senior Chechen al-Qaeda commander and associate of recently slain Shamil Basayev.Asad was the camp commander and at the time the commander of al-Qaeda in Pakistan, a position of honor and power within al-Qaeda due to the importance of the country to the organization.


www.longwarjournal.org

A Special Forces raid against the Black Guard camp in Danda Saidgai in North Waziristan, Pakistan in March 2006 resulted in the deaths of Imam Asad and several dozen members of the Black Guard.
Asad, who served as the camp commander, was also a senior Chechen al Qaeda commander and associate of Shamil Basayev, the Chechen al Qaeda leader killed by Russian security forces in July 2006.


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