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  • '''Ahmed Ressam''' (1967-), known as the "Millennium Bomber", is an Algerian who was convic | url = http://www.globalsecurity.org/security/profiles/ahmed_ressam.htm
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  • '''Ahmed Ressam''' (1967-), known as the "Millennium Bomber", is an Algerian who was convic | url = http://www.globalsecurity.org/security/profiles/ahmed_ressam.htm
    3 KB (461 words) - 21:25, 6 February 2011
  • {{r|Ahmed Ressam}}
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  • {{r|Ahmed Ressam}}
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  • ...th a man believed to be high in the [[Armed Islamic Group]]. After [[Ahmed Ressam]] was arrested in 1999, he claimed, but later retracted, that Zemiri had gi Dorsey said that he simply knew Ressam as another Algerian in Montreal.
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  • He worked with [[Ahmed Ressam]], "an al-Qaeda member dubbed the '[[Millennium Plot, United States|Millenn The argument for trying him in the U.S. centers on his links with [[Ahmed Ressam]], who was to have led the 1999 Los Angeles attack.
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  • {{r|Ahmed Ressam}}
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  • ...rience with the core, but now operate with only minimal direction. [[Ahmed Ressam]] is one such example; he had belonged to the [[Armed Islamic Group]], rece ...s should not take sides in the Afghan conflict. Azzam had spoken well of [[Ahmad Shah Massoud]], whom Hekmatyar hated.
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  • {{r|Ahmed Ressam}}
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  • | title = The Millennium Plot}}</ref> The confirmed attempt was by [[Ahmed Ressam]], captured on the U.S. border with Canada when Customs officer Diana Dean Ressam also had affiliations with the [[Armed Islamic Group]] of [[Algeria]] and [
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  • '''Mullah Wakil Ahmad Muttawakil''', also called Mullah Wakil Ahmad, and with a surname also spelled Mutawakil, was, before the [[Afghanistan | author = Ahmed Rashid
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  • ...rrived in November 1999, Slahi led prayers at a mosque attended by [[Ahmed Ressam]], the Algerian who would later be convicted as part of the [[Millennium Pl
    10 KB (1,518 words) - 04:07, 26 October 2013
  • ...he the [[Khalden training camp]], where [[Zacarias Moussaoui]] and [[Ahmed Ressam]]. The U.S. government froze his assets on Sept. 23, 2001.<ref name=GS-alLi ...eapons of mass destruction]] information. Its founder, Sultan Bashirridan Mahmood, was the former director of Pakistan's Atomic Energy Commission, and had
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