A Wahhabite leader, Saudi Arabia resident Abu Omar Mohammed Al-Seif, has been killed in Chechnya, the Joint Group of Federal Forces in the North Caucasus told the RIA Novosti news agency. The Wahhabite leader is reported to have been killed in a clash between federals and a militant grouping on Sunday. The Saudi-born terrorist was a member of Al-Haramein, a branch of the extremist organization Moslem Brothers. He was actually the right hand of Arab terrorist Hattab. It is through Abu Omar Mohammed Al-Seif that Chechen armed groupings received funds provided by a number of extremist organizations.
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