Abdullah al-Ahdal

Abdullah al-Ahdal (Abdullah Muhammad al-Ahdal), originaire d'Arabie saoudite, est un grand imam belge mort en 1989 à Bruxelles.

Alors qu'il était le recteur de la Grande mosquée de Bruxelles, un homme armé pénètre dans la mosquée et l'abat le 29 mars 1989[1]. Son assassinat est revendiqué par un groupe libanais pro-iranien, Soldiers of Truth (Jund Allah)[2] qui l'accuse d'avoir prôné la modération et rejeté la fatwa de mort à l'encontre de Salman Rushdie pour son livre Les Versets sataniques. Il a été tué en compagnie du musulman d'origine tunisienne Salem el-Beher, bibliothécaire de la mosquée [3]. Des doutes persistent sur cette thèse car l'imam avait reçu bien avant son rejet de la fatwa des menaces de mort à cause de ses prêches sur la possibilité de faire cohabiter les différentes religions avec l'Islam[4].

Des informations issues de la justice marocaine suite à l'arrestation de Abdelkader Belliraj, le 18 février 2008, permettent de penser qu'il serait l'auteur de cet assassinat. Il serait impliqué dans de nombreux meurtres en Belgique ainsi que dans du trafic d'arme à des fins terroristes.

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