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In the context of a struggle between takfir groups, one of the wahhabi takfir media, Al Arabia, has released the names of some competitors to be eliminated.

identidades líderes ISIL

This Friday have been made public the identities of the main field commanders of the Islamist group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), one of the most influential factions of extremists operating in Syria.

During an interview with Iraqi Deputy Interior Minister Adnan al Asadi, channel Al Arabiya showed photos of six Iraqi who lead or led the ISIL.

List of the names.

  • Abu Bakr al Baghdadi
    His real name is Ibrahim al Badri, but is also known as Abu Douaa. He was professor of Islamic studies and imam at mosques in Baghdad and Fallujah before being arrested by the Iraqi army on June 4, 2004. Being released three years later, he established the militant groupSunni Army’ and joined Al Qaeda.
  • Abu Ayman al-Iraqi
    Al Iraqi also known as Abu Muhammad al Suweidawi, is one of the key leaders of ISIL and member of the military council of the organization. Before turning to integrate ISIL served as a colonel in the intelligence service of the Air Force in Iraq during the rule of Saddam Hussein. In 2007 he was imprisoned for three years and upon release he moved to Syria. Currently leads the terrorists in the cities of Idlib and Aleppo, and also in the region of Latakia.
  • Abu Ahmad al Alwani
    Al Alwani, whose real name is Waleed Jassem al Alwani, a member of the Army of Saddam Hussein, but now part of the military council of ISIL.
  • Abu Abdulrahman al Bilawi
    Al Bilawi, whose real name is Adnan Ismael Najm, was one of the four board members military training. He was arrested on January 27, 2007 by the U.S. Army, and later killed in Iraq.
  • Haji Bakr
    Bakr, Samir Abd or Mouhammad to Khleifawi, was another former soldier in the Army of Saddam Hussein. He spent time imprisoned in the detention facility Camp Bucca and joined Al Qaeda after his release. Was considered one of the most influential commanders
    ISIL in Syria until his recent death last January.
  • Abu Fatima al Jaheishi
    Originally Al Jaheishi, whose real name is Nima Abd Nayef al Jabouri, was responsible for the operations of
    ISIL in southern Iraq before moving to the city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq.


Source in Spanish: Actualidad RT
at http://actualidad.rt.com/actualidad/view/119892-identidades-lideres-islamico-irak-levante

SyrianFreePress.net Network translated and reloaded
at https://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2014/02/16/revealed-the-identities-of-the-leaders-of-the-islamic-state-of-iraq-and-the-levant/