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Al Qaeda’s High Command Seen Behind Gulf Threat

The high command of Al Qaeda appear to be behind terror threats to oil facilities in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, a U.S. official said Friday. “Indications are that Al Qaeda central — Usama bin Laden or his second in command Ayman al-Zawahiri — as well an Al Qaeda affiliate” are involved in the plot, the U.S. official told FOX News on the condition of anonymity. That’s significant, the source said, because the last time one of Al Qaeda’s top two were believed to have had a hand in an operation was London’s foiled airline bombing plot last August. Full Story

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