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He told his interrogators that he had provided al-Qaeda members details about the Long Island Rail Road, which the terror group had some kind of notional plan to attack.
Zein al-Abideen Mohamed Hussein, generally known as Abu Zubaydah, a Palestinian al-Qaeda logistician in his early thirties, was believed to be the highest-ranking member of the terror group to be taken alive in the first months after 9/11.
In the spring of 2008, Bruce Hoffman, a Georgetown University professor who had worked at the CIA after the 9/11 attacks and was the author of the standard text Inside Terrorism, launched a blistering critique of Sageman’s claim that “leaderless” jihadis unconnected to a formal terror group were now the main threat to the West.