Al Qaeda behind Attack on US Consulate in Libya? (Updated)
Posted by FactReal on September 19, 2012
New intelligence indicates that ex-Gitmo prisoner (Sufyan Ben Qumu) might be behind last week’s terror attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
Photo of Sufyan Ben Qumu (or Abu Sufian bin Qumu):
|– Al Qaeda, ex-Gitmo detainee involved in consulate attack, intelligence sources say
– Leader of Attack on U.S. Consulate in Libya May Have Been Released From Gitmo
– Re: Egypt: DHS report warned last week of call for ‘burning the embassy down’ in Cairo The DHS report, released on Sept. 11, said an “unidentified user” on an Arabic-language forum posted the statement “inciting Egyptians to target the U.S. Embassy, indicating the U.S. Embassy shouldn’t remain in Egypt” until Omar Abdel-Rahman, also known as the blind sheikh, is released. Abdel-Rahman, who played a role in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and other attacks, is serving a life sentence in U.S. prison.