SITE Intelligence Group has said that it has not been informed about when the recording was made. Also, it is not clear from its content when Al Zawahiri recorded this video.
The US-based non-governmental organization SITE Intelligence Group, which monitors the online activities of Jihadi organizations, has made a big disclosure. SITE Intelligence Group has reported that al Qaeda has released a 35-minute video recording in which its leader Ayman Al-Zawahiri ‘s voice is heard. About Zawahiri, it is believed that he was killed in the US drone strikes in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul in August this year. Now after the video surfaced, questions are being raised on Jawahiri’s death.
Although, SITE Intelligence Group has said that Information about when the recording is done has not been given. Also, it is not clear from its content when Al Zawahiri recorded this video. Zawahiri was killed in an American attack in Afghanistan. It was the biggest blow to the terrorist group since the killing of its founder Osama bin Laden in 2011.
Al Qaeda has not announced the name of the successor
A senior US administration official said Zawahiri had been in hiding for years. Al Qaeda has not named a successor since al-Zawahiri’s death, but former Egyptian special forces officer Saif al-Adel, a high-ranking al Qaeda member, has been cited by experts as a top contender. is seen as.
Haqqani Taliban network sheltered Zawahiri in Kabul – America
Let us tell you that America has always believed that Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of Al Qaeda who was killed in Kabul, was given shelter by the Haqqani Taliban network in Kabul. After Zawahiri’s death, the US had said that Ayman al-Zawahiri was actively sheltering senior members of the Haqqani Taliban network in Kabul. The US had said that it did not believe that the Taliban would implement the promises made in the peace deal in Doha.