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Officials Investigate a Qaeda Suspect's Shadowy Life

Abu Issa al-Hindi, the operative of Al Qaeda who American officials say is one of 13 men arrested in raids last week in England, has lived a life of subterfuge and survival. As an Islamic fighter in the 1990’s he took part in a guerrilla campaign against the Indian Army in the rugged and perilous terrain of Kashmir. As an instructor in the Qaeda terrorist indoctrination camps of Afghanistan, he passed on his martial skills to the next generation of volunteers. And as a reconnaissance agent who slipped in and out of the United States in 2000 and 2001, he helped build an archive on the vulnerability of American financial centers on behalf of the mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks.Full Story

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