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Al Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb may change its chief

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Al Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb may change its chief
Repentant terrorists say the leaders of the "Al-Qaeda" considered that Droudkal "sacrificed urban networks for the implementation of his plans"

Terrorists who surrendered recently to security forces told the latter on the presence of uneasiness in the “Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb” because of the strategy adopted by terror chief Abdelmalek Droudkal (Abou Mousaab Abdel-wadoud.)Abdelmalek droudkal wanted to make of car bombings in urban areas and this resulted in the dismantling of many of the networks to support. In addition to the lack of funding because of the siege of the army, prompting the leadership of the terrorist organization to return to work on bank robbery and post office attacks as well as kidnapping businessmen and contractors.

Terrorists under the banner “Al Farouk battalion” outskirts tower Boumerdes. Those who surrendered told security forces terror group including that of Al Forkane phalange. It is worth mentioning that security forces raided and killed the first terrorist of the region, namely “Jack.”
 
According to one of the repentants’ statement, the organisation live unrest inside the terror organisation because of differences that occurred between terror lords and members of the organisation who were against bombing urban areas. 

Droudkal wanted to bIf this information conveyed by Altaban, the Drodkal opinion observers wanted terrorist recording fingerprints through the implementation of suicide operations has been the echo of the media requests move and activate the bomb towns in quest of spectacular imoact on media.
 
According to the repentant statements, the leaders of the “Al-Qaeda” considered that Droudkal “sacrificed urban networks for the implementation of his plans” but his thesis has turned against him with the unrest spreading in his organisation.
 
The return of bank robberies and post office money agencies was the organisation’s last resort to stop bombings for some time and collect money for future activities, say analysts while other observers did not rule out Abou Houdeifa’s who is the leader of the phalange, as a new number two of the organisation. Abou Houdeifa seems to be the master-mind of the protest movemet against Droudkal who is set to be already part of the past in the Al Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb.
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