of Global Jihad: The Life of Al-Qaeda Strategist Abu Mus’ab. +. A Terrorist’s Call to Global Jihad: Deciphering Abu Musab al-Suri’s Islamic Jihad Manifesto. Architect of Global Jihad: The Life of Al Qaeda Strategist Abu Mus’ab al-Suri . A Terrorist’s Call to Global Jihad: Deciphering Abu Musab al-Suri’s Islamic Jihad. Drawing on new sources, the authors argue that Abu Musab al Suri (real name Mustafa Setmariam Nasar), now in U.S. custody, is the principle.
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He is reported to have participated in the uprising of Au in Due to his prolific writings on strategic and political issues, and his guerrilla warfare experience, Nasar is a popular lecturer and to a certain degree an unofficial adviser for a wide range of jihadi groups in Afghanistan.
Basim Umar al-Suri was raised in Latakia by an Alawite family, but became a salafi in high school. His critical analysis of previous jihadist experiences, especially on Algeria, provoked strong responses and debates.
Abu Musab Al-Suri’s Jihad Concept | Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies
Mustafa Setmariam Nasar wrote in support of the East Turkestan Independence Movement and praised the conquest of Kashgar by Qutayba ibn Muslim and Yaqub Begpraising the latter’s buildings of educational institutions for Islam and Mosques and calling him abh Ghazi” and a “good man” for his war against Buddhists and Chinese.
Fourth, ideological extremism does not preclude compromise. But it is also deeply incomplete. We were not clean of the Muslim Brotherhood virus, despite the fact that we were among the jihadists.
Among the hard line Salafists in the Arab-Afghan community, the criticism all-suri the Taliban went much further.
In SeptemberSpanish magistrate Baltasar Garzon indicted 35 members of the Madrid cell for its role in the 11 September attacks, including Nasar. The young Jordanian would not swear allegiance to bin Ladin, but he also would not align with Abu Musab al-Suri.
Mustafa Setmariam Nasar
Nasar was reportedly captured in the Pakistani city of Quetta in late Octoberalthough exactly where and when is disputed. True enough, but it was also politically convenient. And then Abu Musab al-Suri seems to have tried to recruit the young Syrian for a more specialized camp. From his writings, it becomes apparent that had he been born 20 years earlier, al-Suri would have fought equally hard under Marxist or pan-Arab slogans. Cambridge University Press, Abu Musab al-Suri convinced them to join him musag.
While some reports have linked him to Abu Musab al-Zarqawiwho later led al-Qaeda’s component of the insurgency in Iraq, his network of contacts was much wider, and included jihadis from Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraqi KurdistanSaudi Arabia, Yemen, Uzbekistan, and elsewhere.
But bin Ladin did not accuse Iran specifically of fabricating the story. Inhe joined the Combatant Vanguard musah, a radical offshoot of the Syrian Muslim Brotherhoodwhich was at the forefront in the Islamist uprising in Syria against Hafez Assad mysab government. Until his arrest presumably in Quetta, Pakistan in lateal-Suri was one of the most outspoken voices in the jihadist current.
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Archived from the original on 14 April Hurst and Columbia University Press, One of the very few Taliban leaders to have left Afghanistan for jihad, he was more aligned with radical foreign jihadis than most of the Taliban leadership. In late and earlyjust as al-Zarqawi arrived in Kandahar, there was an influx of Levantine fighters to Afghanistan.
Furthermore, one may identify a spectrum, or a continuum, of positions within the contemporary Salafi-jihadism, defined by two extreme positions. At its core, the Zarqawiist movement that became the Islamic State is a populist rebellion against what it considers the false promises and unfulfilled commitments of more compromising jihadist movements and more compromised jihadist leaders.
Further articles in this series appeared in the next 5 issues of Inspire. In he formed a media and research center in Kabul and in he was allowed to open his own training camp, the al-Ghuraba Camplocated in Kargha, near Kabul. If so, Jordan was almost certainly at the top of the list. Inspired by radio broadcasts from jihadis in northern Lebanon, the year-old Syrian left for Afghanistan in early Hard Line Salafists in London and Afghanistan The adoption of hard line Salafist positions by leading jihadists led to several important leadership schisms.
People listed in italics have died. In the end, the accuser formally retracted his accusations, including against Abu Musab al-Suri.
This had been a problem during the first Arab-Afghan experience from the mids to c. Al-Zarqawi did not al-usri allegiance to Usama bin Ladin for another five years, and the two men had very different visions of jihad.
It illustrates that even among jihadis, personality—and personal ambition—matters. But the Iraqis were only the tip of the iceberg. So the threat was not easily dismissed. Al-Suri considered the Salafists as a liability and would rather be without them and their doctrinal feuds.
Retrieved 6 October Nasar was enlisted as a military trainer at the camps for Arab volunteer fighters, and he also fought at the frontlines against Soviet Union in Afghanistan and the Communist government in Kabul after the Soviet withdrawal in We should lead them like a herd of cows to perform their duty of jihad. He settled there with his family in