Salem el-Masri (سالم المصري) is allegedly[by whom?] an explosives trainer with Al-Jihad, who worked first in Afghanistan, and then in Khartoum at the Al-Damazin Farms project owned by Osama bin Laden.
Jamal al-Fadl testified in 2001 that he had seen el-Masri at the Al-Damazin Farms. The Damazine Farm on the outskirts of Damazine City was an al-Qaeda farm that grew peanuts, sesame, and white corn, and which also was used for al-Qaeda weapons and explosives training, and was a base of el-Masri, as well as for other al-Qaeda members from Afghanistan and Sudan.
- Rohan Gunaratna (2002). Inside Al Qaeda: global network of terror. Columbia University Press. pp. 31–32, 146–48. ISBN 0231126921. Retrieved June 15, 2011.
- Jamal al-Fadl testimony, United States vs. Osama bin Laden, trial transcript, Day 2, U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York, Feb. 6, 2001.