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Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam (Arabic: فهد محمد علي مسالم‎‎, also known as Usama al-Kini) (February 19, 1976 – January 1, 2009) was a Kenyan terrorist conspirator, wanted in the United States for his part in the 1998 United States embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. He was born in Mombasa. According to the indictment, Msalam Msalam was charged with 213 counts of murder, other counts which apply specifically to attacks against American federal personnel and facilities, counts of using weapons of mass destruction, and various conspiracy counts.

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  • Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam (19 février 1976 - 1er janvier 2009), également connu sous le nom d'Oussama al-Kini, est un islamiste kényan, lié à la nébuleuse terroriste Al-Qaïda. Il était activement recherché pour sa participation présumée aux Attentats des ambassades américaines en Afrique le 7 mai 1998, à Nairobi au Kenya et à Dar es Salaam en Tanzanie. En raison de ses liens présumés avec Al-Qaïda, il était l'un des terroristes les plus recherchés (Most Wanted Terrorists) par le FBI, au même titre que son lieutenant, Cheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan.
  • Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam (Arabic: فهد محمد علي مسالم‎‎, also known as Usama al-Kini) (February 19, 1976 – January 1, 2009) was a Kenyan terrorist conspirator, wanted in the United States for his part in the 1998 United States embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. He was born in Mombasa. According to the indictment, Msalam Msalam was charged with 213 counts of murder, other counts which apply specifically to attacks against American federal personnel and facilities, counts of using weapons of mass destruction, and various conspiracy counts.
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  • Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam (Arabic: فهد محمد علي مسالم‎‎, also known as Usama al-Kini) (February 19, 1976 – January 1, 2009) was a Kenyan terrorist conspirator, wanted in the United States for his part in the 1998 United States embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. He was born in Mombasa. According to the indictment, Msalam * with Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, purchased the SUV used by the Tanzania cell * with Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, purchased the Kenya bomb truck * helped to load the Tanzania bomb truck * fled Kenya to Karachi on the same airliner as Mohamed Odeh, on or about the day before the bombings. Msalam was charged with 213 counts of murder, other counts which apply specifically to attacks against American federal personnel and facilities, counts of using weapons of mass destruction, and various conspiracy counts. Msalam once worked as a clothing vendor. He also played midfield for a local soccer team called the Black Panthers. Msalam was on the FBI's list of Most Wanted Terrorists since its inception on October 10, 2001. The United States Department of State, through the Rewards for Justice Program, offered up to US$5,000,000 for information on the location of Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam. He served as al-Qaeda's chief of operations in Pakistan. On January 1, 2009, Msalam was killed in Pakistan in an American unmanned drone attack along with his lieutenant Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan.
  • Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam (19 février 1976 - 1er janvier 2009), également connu sous le nom d'Oussama al-Kini, est un islamiste kényan, lié à la nébuleuse terroriste Al-Qaïda. Il était activement recherché pour sa participation présumée aux Attentats des ambassades américaines en Afrique le 7 mai 1998, à Nairobi au Kenya et à Dar es Salaam en Tanzanie. En raison de ses liens présumés avec Al-Qaïda, il était l'un des terroristes les plus recherchés (Most Wanted Terrorists) par le FBI, au même titre que son lieutenant, Cheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan.
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