Ayman Al-Zawahiri formerly a surgeon and currently the leader of Al-Qaeda, was assassinated by a US drone attack in Kabul.


Al Zawahiri was killed as he was hiding in a safe house in Kabul. He made a grave error by approaching the balcony.

Al Zawahiri, the most dreaded terrorist in the world, has finally been put to death. Al-Zawahiri was assassinated by the US in a covert operation in Kabul, Afghanistan. Al-Zawahiri, the head of Al-Qaeda, sought safety in Kabul. After Osama bin Laden was assassinated in 2011, Zawahiri took control of this terrorist group.

Zawahiri was killed by a Hellfire missile.

According to US sources, Zawahiri was hiding out in a safe house in Kabul. On Sunday morning as soon as he reached the balcony, a drone attack murdered him. Zawahiri was assassinated by a Hellfire missile.

Justice has been served, said Biden.

Zawahiri’s death was verified by US Vice President Joe Biden. Biden declared upon Zawahiri’s demise that “justice has been served and the terrorist commander is no more.” Biden continued by saying that if you pose a threat to our citizens, America will find you and extricate you, regardless of how long it takes and where you hide. He said that during the specific strike in Kabul, he did not kill any civilians.

Who was Al Zawahiri?

Al Zawahiri was born in Egypt’s Giza. He worked as an eye surgeon. Rabia al-Zawahiri, Zawahiri’s grandfather, was an imam at Al-Azhar University in Cairo. Abdel Rahman Azam, Zawahiri’s great-grandfather, served as the Arab League’s first secretary. Zawahiri, who was raised in a wealthy family, first met Osama bin Laden in Saudi Arabia. Zawahiri’s name was included among the top terrorists in the world following the murder of bin Laden. He had a $25 million reward on his head.

Taliban denies comment

Three Taliban government spokespeople in Kabul declined to comment on Zawahiri’s passing. An attack on Kabul on Sunday has already been announced by a Taliban spokesperson, Zabihullah Mujahid. He strongly condemned it, calling it a violation of international principles.

According to a Home Ministry spokesperson, a home was struck by the rocket in Sherpur, a posh neighbourhood in the capital that is also home to numerous embassies. He said that because the home was empty, nobody died.