Zawahiri's Son-in-Law Killed in US Strike in Pakistan
The January airstrike by US Predator drones in Pakistan may not have killed Ayman al-Zawahiri, the intended target, but it hit close to home for him.
Pakistani intelligence (ISI) has said that one of the dead is Abdul Rehman al-Maghribi, who is possibly Zawahiri's son-in-law.
Musharraf did not offer the names of the two militants killed in the Jan. 13 attack, which officials also said killed about a dozen civilians, including women and children.
But Pakistani intelligence officials have told The Associated Press that they were Midhat Mursi al-Sayid Umar and Abdul Rehman al-Maghribi.
Al-Maghribi was a Moroccan and relative of al-Zawahiri, possibly his son-in-law.