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Canadian among hostage taking terrorists



Interdasting...for a number of reasons. That is all.


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Evan Kohlman reports the hostage takers have released information on the nationalities and fate of some of their number...The information comes from ANI, a news organization in neighboring Mali who has been in contact with the group responsible...

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"Insider sources" have reportedly told ANI that the leader of the "Desert Sons for Islamic Justice Movement", a faction based in southern Algeria, named Lamin Beshanab (aka. al-Tahir) was killed during the attempt by the Algerian army to liberate a number of Western hostages.
Killed with him were a number of kidnappers including the leader of the group "Abu al-Baraa al-Jazaeri", and the Mauritanian Abdullah Oul Ehmidah, aka. al-Zarqawi. Sources also allegedly "unveiled the nationalities of its elements who participate in the operation, and they are from Algeria, Egypt, Niger, Mali, Mauritania, and Canada."

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"Breaking: Ottawa aware of report Cdn may be hostage-taker in Algeria."








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Meauxjeaux
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Anybody email that dude yet?





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Anybody email that dude yet?


If I remembered the password to my bogus yahoo account I would. I'm too lazy to create another bogus account for such things at the moment.






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Oh! Canada!?!?!





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NukemVol
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I always thought Canada looked more like a turban than a hat.





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