Saif al-Adel

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Saif Al-Adel (ou Saïf al-Adel) de son vrai nom Ibrahim Makkawi né le /1963[1], était le leader provisoire d'Al-Qaida jusqu'au 16 juin 2011, date d'intronisation d'Ayman Al-Zawahiri[2]. Il succède à Oussama Ben Laden décédé le 2 mai[3],[4],[5]. Soupçonné d'avoir collaboré à l'assasinat d'Anouar el-Sadate, il rejoint l'Afghanistan et le Hezbollah[6],[7]. Il est marié à la fille de Mustafa Hamid, avec qui il a cinq enfants[8],[9],[10],[11],[12],[13],[14],[15],[16],[17],[18],[19].

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  18. Verbatim Transcript of Combatant Status Review Tribunal Hearing for ISN 10013, US Department of Defense
  19. Egyptian Saif al-Adel appointed acting leader of al Qaeda, CNN, May 17, 2011