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Bin Laden urged to disown Iraq’s Qaeda chief: TV

A man who said he was a jihad leader in Iraq called on al Qaeda’s Osama bin Laden to disown Abu Ayyub al-Masri, the recently appointed leader of the group in Iraq, Al Arabiya television reported on Friday. The Dubai-based channel aired a video for Abu Osama al-Mujahid in which he complained to bin Laden that Iraq’s al Qaeda under the leadership of Masri had committed “unjustified violations” such as the killing of prominent sheikhs in Iraq. Full Story

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