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A WAY OUT
IN

OF

THE MAZE
THE JIHADI

SYRIAN BATTLEFIELD

Table of content:
Chapter 1: Biography of the major players in ISIS and Al-Qaida

Chapter 2: History of Isis

Chapter 3: History of AQ

Chapter 4: Founding of Jabhat al Nusra

Chapter 5: Start of the argument and split of ISIS with AQ/Jabhat Nusra

Chapter 6: ISIS plans Caliphate and territorial/fighter absorption

Chapter 7: What is Mubahala and the motif Adnani did a Mubahala

Chapter 8: Conclusion

Foreword

"In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful."

The scholars (and those who benefit from their insight) recognize the fitnah as it approaches and
thus they can save themselves and others from it, by Allaah’s Permission. The ignorant people only
recognize fitnah as it leaves (i.e. after it has taken them in and harmed them).

Chapter 1
Short biography of the major
players in ISIS and Al-Qaida

And such is the truth, that people honestly sincerely and impartially record, falsehood cannot
make use of it in aiding its falsehood.
And even if it tries it will be exposed sooner or
later.

Abu Bakr al Baghdadi (short Bagdadi)

Baghdadi was born Ibrahim al-Badari in 1971 in Samarra.
Baghdadi graduated from the University of Baghdad in 1996. (Unconfirmed)
From 1996 to 2003 nothing is confirmed about his whereabouts, work or studies.
In 2003, Baghdadi was imprisoned in Iraq and released in late 2004. (Baghdadi was not detained in
compound 14 with the thousands of arrested Sunni rebels)
In begin 2005 Baghdadi founded Jamaat Jaysh Sunnah Jamaah (JJSJ) a couple of months after his
re-lease.
In 2006, JJSJ joined Al Qaeda under Zarqawi’s Mujahideen Shura Council (MSC)
MSC was rebranded as the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) in 2006 after the death of Zarqawi by Abu
Umar al Baghdadi and Abu Hamza al-Muhajir
Baghdadi became the leader of ISI in May 2010.
In 2013 ISI became the Islamic State of Iraq and Shaam (ISIS)
Baghdadi announced the formation of a Caliphate on June 29, 2014 and renamed the group the
Is-lamic State (IS).

Abu Mohammed al-Adnani (short Adnani)

Adnani was born in 1977 in the town of Binnish in Idlib Syria.
Adnani was killed on 30 August 2016 near Aleppo.
Nothing is confirmed or known about his studies, work or early life.
In the year 2000 Adnani swore allegiance to Jama'at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad (JTJ) and its leader Abu
Mu-sab al-Zarqawi. JTJ later merged into Al Qaeda's MSC.
In May 2005 Adnani was arrested in Al Anbar Iraq and released in 2010.
Adnani joined ISI in 2010 under its former leader Abu Umar al Baghdadi.
In 2013 Adnani became the official spokesperson for ISIS.

Samir Abd Muhammad al-Khlifawi (short Haji Bakr)

Haji Bakr was Born ca. 1958–1964 in Iraq and he died in January 2014 in Syria
Haji Bakr was a member of the Iraqi Baath party and served as an Iraqi Army colonel
who had worked on weapons development and in the intelligence services.
Haji Bakr played an influential role in Baghdadi becoming the next ISI leader, and
reportedly organized an internal purge, including scores of assassinations, in order to
solidify al-Baghdadi's control of the group.
Haji Bakr joined ISI in March 2010

Usama bin Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden (short Usama)

Usama bin Mohammed bin Laden was born on March 10, 1957 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
He was shot in a raid by US special on May 2, 2011 in Abbottabad, Pakistan
Usama was born to the family of billionaire Mohammed bin Awad bin Laden in Saudi Arabia.
In 1976, he attended the élite Al-Thager School.
He studied economics and business administration at King Abdulaziz University and earned a degree
in civil engineering in 1979.
In 1979, Usama went to Pakistan, where he joined Abdullah Azzam and the Mujahidin’s resistance
in the Soviet war in Afghanistan
In 1984, bin Laden and Azzam established Maktab al-Khidamat.

In 1988 Usama Bin Laden, Abdullah Azzam, Ayman al-Zawahiri and Mohammad Atef, started a Base
of operations for Mujahidin fighting against Muslim oppression and seeking to make Islam
victorious and restore its glory.
Only until much later they and others started calling it by its official name Al Qaeda (see Chapter 4)
Abdullah Azzam was assassinated in Peshawar in 1989 by an explosive device planted by the
Mossad, after the Mossad found out that Azzam started taking young men from Palestine to
Afghanistan to train in special camps and returned them to Israel to execute bombings in Israel.
Under Usama bin Laden’s leadership the Al Qaeda idea and organization spread around the Muslim
world, with its biggest branches in North, West and Central Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq,
Syria and Yemen.


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