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Qaeda Terrorist Killed in Irbid

Knights of Justice did it again, God bless them again and again

JordanTimes - A General Intelligence Department force, backed by an anti-terror police unit, on Tuesday killed an Al Qaeda member and arrested another suspect in a shoot-out during a raid on a house in Irbid’s Matlaa area. The raid was launched after security forces received a tip-off that Al Qaeda was plotting attacks in Jordan. Suleiman Ghayyadh Anjadi, who holds a temporary Jordanian passport was killed and Ramadan Mustafa Mansi, a Jordanian, was arrested. Several policemen were slightly injured — Petra









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God bless Jordan.

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