Morocco details Al Qaida plot for suicide bombing campaign

April 2007
Geo-Strategy Direct;4/4/2007, p6
The article reports that Morocco has disclosed an Al Qaida plot to begin a suicide bombing campaign against Western targets in the North African kingdom. Al Qaida plans to strike ships at the Casablanca port in a coordinated suicide bombing campaign. Al Qaida has recruited at least 12 would-be suicide bombers for these and other attacks throughout the country.


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