Al-Qaeda leader arrested in Fallujah

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Anbar provincial police announced on Tuesday (January 29th) it arrested an al-Qaeda leader in central Fallujah.

"The police arrested Houbi al-Jumaily, an al-Qaeda leader," during a security operation at a residential building, Anbar police chief Maj. Gen. Hadi Kassar Erzaij told Al-Shorfa.

Al-Jumaily is wanted by the Iraqi judiciary in connection with scores of terrorist attacks, Erzaij said, crediting local residents with providing information that helped in the arrest.

Police seized two sticky bombs and a machine gun with ammunition in al-Jumaily's possession, he said.

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    سلمان داود

    2013-2-3

    Well, the police are always looking and searching for elements of al-Qaeda and do not fear the gunmen, as they are concerned with searching for the leaders of al-Qaeda, the heads of corruption and the snakes that plan and manage the murder of thousands of Iraqi people every day. They wait for any opportunity so that they can practice all types of torture and intimidation against the Iraqi people. They are not limited to the killing of Iraqi civilians; quite the contrary, they kill all who stand in the way of their carrying out their heinous crimes. I wonder how these elements of criminal terrorism and al-Qaeda think about Iraq and the Iraqis! I thank and salute the Iraqi police for arresting the accused leader of al-Qaeda in Fallujah, Iraq!