U.S. newspaper: al-Qaida in Iraq receive money from the “Riyadh”

U.S. newspaper: al-Qaida in Iraq receive money from the “Riyadh”

Sunday 14 October 2012

Follow-up – and babysit – newspaper “World Tribune” American Saturday to join al-Qaeda in Iraq has increased dramatically since the U.S. withdrawal in 2011.
The newspaper quoted the digital version of officials as saying: The U.S. intelligence agencies warned of a dramatic increase in joining the organization over the past year, and the number of members of the organization increased from less than 800 members to three thousand members in 2012.

The officials said: They are now more powerful than ever since 2008, adding that officials say al-Qaeda in Iraq took advantage of retreat security under the leadership of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and they are now working from bases in Sunni areas miss the law enforcement, and officials indicated that the officers security of collaborating with the rebels in these areas.

They said the organization set up five training camps in the desert of Anbar and that the organization received money from the Gulf states, especially Saudi Arabia, and drew the newspaper to warn Iraqi officials last week of an extensive operation base in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.

M. J