Definitions for "Abdul Rahman Yasin"
Abdul Rahman Yasin (Arabic: عبد الرحمن يس ) (born April 10, 1960- ) helped make the bombs used in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing attack. Yasin is of Iraqi heritage, having grown up in Baghdad, Iraq. The history of his childhood and early adult life in Iraq up until 1992 would be the most direct connection possibly implicating the Saddam Hussein regime of Iraq to the 1993 attack in Manhattan, which occurred on the 2nd anniversary (February 26) of the retreat of Iraqi forces from Kuwait, thus ending the Gulf War.