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Saturday, October 27, 2001

Incident: Zamar travels to Morocco, detained by US authorities

Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a Syrian-born German national, is arrested in Morocco and interrogated by Moroccan and US authorities. It is claimed that he is an al-Qaida recruiter, and recruited hijackers for the 11 September attacks. In fourteen month's time, Driss bin Lakoul will claim to have seen him at the Far' Falastin detention centre run by Syrian military intelligence (see entry 31 January 2003 or this Washington Post article).

2 Comments:

Anonymous Law student researcher said...

Hi-

I am researching ghost disappearances for teh Center for Human Rights and Global Justice at New York University School of Law. Specifically, am reasearching Mohammed Haydar Zammar. Can you tell me where you found this info and if you have more on him. Thank you.

Nadya : nadya@nyu.edu

14/11/05 8:23 am  
Blogger elendil said...

Hi Nadya

Yes, I see that in the original post I forgot to put in the actual links. It is corrected now. I have also sent you an email regarding this, and another potential source of information.

14/11/05 9:24 am  

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