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-- a lot of companies and organizations given -- reviews so apparently does al-Qaeda and escaping ten page letter the Associated Press obtained.
Leaders of the terror group reprimanded one of the world's most wanted terrorists.
For essentially being a bad employee.
Guys the mastermind of last January's all jury in gas plant -- and the letter.
Al-Qaeda leaders pointed out failures to answer his phone attend meetings and even file expense reports.
They also complained about his work fundraising record that criticism by the way was referring to the terrorist accepting a lower price on a ransom demand.
The Fox Report -- Jonathan Hunt in the newsroom on this and Jonathan seems like this is a pretty bad relationship for quite some time.
Yeah apparently these letters of complaint to each other have been going back and forth between al-Qaeda and mocked top bell -- -- the Algerian based terrorist.
It one of the al-Qaeda -- -- letters to Belmont talk.
They wrote about something he said to them saying to your left -- -- some amount of backbiting.
Name calling and snaring.
Then the al-Qaeda bosses went -- to say basically mole above bell marked off.
And his mosque brigade group was simply not very good terrorists writing any observer of the armed actions in the -- -- -- clearly noticed.
The failure of the mosque brigade to carry -- spectacular operations.
Despite the region's vast possibilities.
There are plenty of mujahideen funding is available weapons a widespread and strategic targets all within reach so it seems these -- -- both.
Personal and professional in expressing their disappointment with what -- -- to an employee Harris.
Well people might snicker at the idea of a terrorist group actually.
Putting down a bad terrorists but the slaughter act does give us a good look at the inner workings of al-Qaeda.
Yeah I spoke to Robert Young Pelton the -- -- make and terrorism expert earlier today.
And he said while this might appeared to be stalling it's pretty much standard operating procedure for al-Qaeda and its affiliates listen.
You have management my remote control so you've got these franchises if you wanna call networking -- -- around the world.
All demanding money and also generating money through kidnapping so some of that money has to go back to headquarters in some of that money they use.
For their operations overseas.
Typically if you steal money or if you do something that's an Islamic you are either executed hunted down a kick out of the organization's.
Multi Belmont all busy did not like the way al-Qaeda -- -- we're talking to him.
He left the group glossed all total were declared his independence.
And then carried out what al-Qaeda will -- a spectacular attack that raid on the gas -- In Algeria.
That killed 100 people Harris Jonathan Hunt thank you very much.
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