Al Qaeda Leader Qassim Al-Rimi Reveals Yemen Raid Holds Secret Target

The head of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, Qassim Al-Rimi is survivor of the Navy SEAL raid in Yemen carried out previous week, believes US security forces attack had a secret goal, taunted current United States president Donald Trump in a audio message shared by him.


When reporters asked American intelligence and military officials, replied saying that the massive operation holds an objective to arrest or kill at the spot senior leader of one of the most dangerous militant organizations in the Middle East, Qassim al-Rimi who believes third most dangerous terrorist in the world as well a master recruiter.

During previous week raid, an 8-year-old girl, one SEAL personnel, and some civilians were killed in Yemen but US troops are still in searches of al-Rimi who remained successful to run away.

Al-Rimi rolled out an audio recording on 5 February which was confirmed by military officials is real, though have tagged among the America’s most-wanted terrorist list after being part of Yemen based al Qaeda branch in 2015.

Qassim al-Rimi was heard speaking ‘the fool of the White House got slapped at the start of his way in your lands,” by referring to the Navy SEAL raid launched on 29 January.

We didn’t learn from latest news whether the most-wanted terrorist was at the al Qaeda camp but it is sure that he escaped when SEAL Team 6 along with United Arab Emirates commandos stormed militants, still hid in Yemen.

A national security adviser in the ex-President George W. Bush’s administration, Juan Zarate, feared to have expected losses from al-Rimi who escaped successfully.

Though, both administrations has extended their preparation, one other side, as of election end, the Pentagon held meeting a team from President Barack Obama administration speeding up America’s counterterrorism actions in Yemen.

However, the administration of the 44th United States president referred the suggestion to the incoming Donald Trump team.

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