Ameen Yusef al-Domeiry

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Ameen Yusef al-Domeiry was an alleged[by whom?] member of Egyptian Islamic Jihad.[1]

He was recruited by Ayman al-Zawahiri around 1979-80.[2]

A pharmacist by trade, he used the revenues from his business to support the group, and offered religious lessons.[1] When Abbud al-Zumar hid from police, al-Domeiry found him an apartment, hid explosives for him, and gave him EGP800.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b El-Zayyat, Montasser, "The Road to al-Qaeda", 2004. tr. by Ahmed Fakry
  2. ^ a b Higher State Security Court of Egypt, "Confession of Ayman al-Zawahiri: Case #462", 1981.