Abu Musab al-Zarqawi

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  • Abu Musab Al Zarqawi

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    brainchild of Abu Musab al Zarqawi, a Jordanian terrorist who has brought a new perversion of jihad. (ISIS book) Ahmad Fadhil Nazzal al Kaylah was born into a Jordanian nomadic family and dropped out of school in ninth grade. He later took on the pseudonym, Abu Musab al Zarqawi. Zarqawi, who was not known as a religious person, had tattoos and was an avid drinker, two forbidden practices of Islam. He exuded sides of aggression towards others by engaging in a number of brawls. Zarqawi formed many

  • ISIS: Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi

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    world’s largest, most feared terrorist group. It also gives us a perspective on their threat, and provides a chronological view of how Abu Musab al-Zarqawi went from being a thug a jihadi leader, determined to erect an Islamic caliphate. It began in 2014 when they began to capture territory in Iraq so they began to take control of Iraq. Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was once just a thug from Palestine who was in and out of prison, but soon became the creator of the brutal terrorist group ISIS. He was

  • Islamic State Of Iraq And The Levant

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    an affiliate with Al Qaeda and their well-known leader Osama Bin Laden. At this point in time the group adopted the name Al Qaeda in the Land of the Two Rivers (the Tigris and the Euphrates). Also known as the Al Qaeda in Iraq or AQI. The AQI and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi developed a different technique of warfare that separated them from the Al Qaeda that fought in Afghanistan. This Al Qaeda in Iraq was absolutely brutal and ultraviolent with their brand of Jihad. Abu Musab al-Zarqawi used this type of

  • Isis And The Middle East Research Paper

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    The United States thought that Abu Omar al-Baghdadi was merely a face used to legitimize the ISI and that the ISI was a cover for the more notorious group, Al Qaeda. In April of 2007, the ISI declared a Cabinet of Ministers to serve under Abu Omar al-Baghdadi. Of the 10 ministers in the Cabinet, there are three notable names. Those names are Abdullah al-Janabi, who served as the Minister of Security, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, who served as the Minister of War, and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who would eventually

  • Intelligence And Development Of Iraq War Plans

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    war plans. This contribution led to several successes during OIF, the most notable being the capture of the fifth president of Iraq, Saddam Hussein, who was eventually tried and executed. Other successes include the demise of al-Qa’ida’s leader in Iraq, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, aiding in providing vital security information, the identification of the adversary’s military capacity, and supporting OIF’s planning stage. Intelligence played a vital role in the capturing of the Iraqi president, Saddam

  • The Evolution Of ISIS

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    State of Iraq (ISI) was established. That groups was formed by uniting several groups, most notably al-Qaeda in Mesopotamia, led by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Mujahedeen Shura Council in Iraq, and Jund al-Sahhaba [Soldiers of the Prophet’s Companions]. ISI took Baquba, Iraq, as its capital and swore allegiance to Abu Omar al-Baghdadi as the group’s emir” (The Evolution of ISIS, 2013). Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi, was considered the organization “lone-wolf,” as he would carry out numerous attacks, through assassinations

  • ISIS

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    world, founded in the islamic state of Iraq. Abu Musab al-Zarqawi founded ISIS in 1999. Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was a soldier in another terrorist group named Al Qaeda. In 2004 al-Zarqawi established al Qaeda in Iraq. Al Qaeda had a lot or armies focus on them for a while, but ever since, ISIS came in wreaking havoc, blowing up public and religious sites, decapitating victims, crucifying people and doing public executions. All the attention was taken off of Al Qaeda for a while. He was soon killed in

  • Isis Is A Terrorist Organization Made Up Of Shi

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    against U.S. forces in Iraq, and later Syria, and were allies as well as a part of the radical Sunni Muslim organization known as al-Qaeda. The joined group was known at that time as al-Qaeda in Iraq and had

  • The Islamic State : An Accident Of History

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    route from terrorism through insurgency towards proto-statehood, but it is as well one that for all its bluster seems frightful that it could just as swiftly be forced back underground. Summary: By October 2014, the self-declared Islamic State of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, also known as 'Caliphate ', was in control of an area

  • Al-Qaeda Essay

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    Planning to establish Al-Qaeda had began in Saudi Arabia at the beginning of the nineties of the last century, and it was remarkable there were some operations of Al-Qaeda organization before actually inception., such as: • In 1995, car bomb attack on Vinnell Corporation Office led to the deaths of six people, including five Americans. • In 1996, The building is inhabited by US soldiers in Khobar as a result 19 dead and about 500 wounded, that was a coordination between al-Qaida and the Saudi Shiite