Talk:Wadi al Aqiq

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 Definition A holding company, owned by Osama bin Laden, in Sudan [d] [e]
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One reputable reference is adequate for a noncontroversial definition. Six more references are reasonable only if they bring up details of Wadi al Aqiq or bin Laden's activities. I have also moved, to the talk page, an article about a minor association of one individual with the subject of the article. If his association is mentioned, it belongs in an article about him, or, preferably, more of a synthesis about those alleged to be closely associated with bin Laden. Howard C. Berkowitz 05:04, 17 March 2009 (UTC)


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One of the allegations Guantanamo captive Abu Sufian Ibrahim Ahmed Hamuda Bin Qumu faced during his second annual Administrative Review Board hearing was that he worked as a driver for Wadi al Aqiq.[7]