Talk:Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil

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A.K. Ghailani was captured in Pakistan at about the same time as the "big fish", but Ghailani's custody has since been acknowledged, and he is now in Gitmo. So it's odd that Fadhil is still unaccounted for. Maybe he cooperated, and is now in safe keeping, waiting to appear as a star witness like Ali Mohammed and Jamal al-Fadl. Speculative, but possible.

LDH 02:33, 15 March 2007 (UTC)

Wikiproject: Kenyan Invasion of Pakistan[edit]

A Wikiproject on the Kenyan Invasion of Pakistan should be started.

A Kenyan Islamic terrorist named "Krupuk" visited Pakistan in 1981 on an Islamic passport. Pakistan was under Martial Law in 1981 and all travel was restricted by the US Department of State and by the Pakistani Government as well, being an Islamic State under Martial Law. Pakistan did not allow visitors other than Muslims to enter in 1981. The United States embassy had been bombed in 1979. Osama Al Kini was a citizen of Kenya. According to United States military spokesmen, Kenyans were the head of Al Qaeda's operations in Pakistan. Obama Al Kini was on the USA's most wanted list. He was believed to have met Kenya's Al Qaida leader Obama, and planned the bombing of the Marriot hotel in Islamabad. Obama and Osama Al-Kini vowed to bring Kenyan Islam to the Good Old USA. A Hellfire missile fired from a CIA operated Predator UAV killed Al Kini and his deputy in Pakistan but they let Obama get away. Osama and Obama announced "we have some drones." President Bush added "This attack is part of a continuing assault on the people of Pakistan." —Preceding unsigned comment added by 91.127.65.0 (talk) 20:00, 11 May 2011 (UTC)

Seems legit — Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.253.235.167 (talk) 12:59, 30 May 2013 (UTC)