CAIRO [MENL] -- Morocco has disclosed an Al Qaida plot to launch a suicide
bombing campaign against Western targets in the North African kingdom.

Officials said Al Qaida planned to strike ships at the Casablanca port in a
coordinated suicide bombing campaign. They said Al Qaida recruited at least
12 would-be suicide bombers for these and other planned attacks throughout
the country.

At this point, six of the would-be suicide bombers have been arrested,
officials said. They said the commander of the Al Qaida network blew himself
up in an Internet cafe in Casablanca on March 11 before police arrived.

In a briefing on March 19, Moroccan Interior Minister Chakib Ben Mussa said
the Al Qaida bombing plot was foiled when Abdul Fatah Raydi detonated his
explosive belt. Raydi's accomplice, Youssef Khoudri, was injured and later

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