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Re: ISIS growing strong again in Iraq and Syria

PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Oct 31, 2019 3:59 pm

Death of Baghdadi Not End of ISIS

The death of the Islamic State (ISIS) top leader Abu Bakir Al-Baghdadi does not mean the end of the insurgent group or that the world is safe now, Kurdistan Region Prime Minister Masrour Barzani has argued

"I don't think the job is finished. I think Al-Baghdadi was on top of this organization, but by no means this is the end of ISIS. ISIS leaders in different areas have operated almost independently. They are inspired by the vision of their leader, but that doesn't mean that they cannot continue operating without their leader," Barzani said during an interview with ABC News.

"Any terrorists killed or captured means less of a threat but that doesn't mean that the world is a safer place today because you don't know what might replace or who might replace him."

He additionally urged the US and other world countries to "stay alert. Increase cooperation and accept the fact that terrorism is still a major threat to the security of the world, so the corporation that has already been in place would continue."

The Kurdish premier also warned of thousands of ISIS fighters held in prisons in Syria, noting that they would pose a great threat to the whole world if they ever break out of prison.

"We are concerned very much, specially if they're not contained. If the prisons are not secured, ISIS will escape. We've seen in the past that if they're able to run away and of course they pose a great threat to the security of not only the region but like you said of the world, so we hope that all these prisoners now in custody will be secured."

He further reminded that the Kurdistan Region's Peshmerga forces played a key role in breaking the myth of the ISIS group, and how he stayed alongside the Peshmerga fighters in the front lines since the emergence of the extremist group in 2014.

"We have a long experience of fighting ISIS. I've been in the front lines with the Peshmerga since 2014 when we fought ISIS. And Peshmergas have paid a very great price in liberating many of the areas that were initially controlled by ISIS. There were in fact the very first force on the ground that broke the myth of ISIS as an undefeatable force. And Peshmergas have done a great job alongside many other members of the coalition," he said.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Oct 31, 2019 7:24 pm

ISIS confirms Baghdadi death
and names new leader


Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi killed himself after US special forces found him in north-west Syria

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The jihadist group Islamic State (ISIS) has for the first time confirmed the death of its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and named his successor.

IS THIS THE NEW LEADER???
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US special forces tracked down Baghdadi in north-west Syria at the weekend and attacked his compound.

The ISIS leader fled into a tunnel and killed himself with a suicide vest.

The Iraqi had a $25m (£19m) bounty on his head and had been pursued by the US and its allies since the rise of ISIS five years ago.

ISIS also confirmed on Thursday the death of spokesman Abu al-Hasan al-Muhajir - who was killed in a joint operation in northern Syria by US and Syrian Kurdish forces hours after the one targeting Baghdadi. The Saudi national had been considered a potential successor.

The new ISIS spokesman, Abu Hamza al-Qurashi, also called on Muslims to swear allegiance to Abu Ibrahim al-Hashemi.

Who is Abu Ibrahim al-Hashemi al-Qurashi?

Hashemi's name is not known to security forces, and is believed to be a nom de guerre.

ISIS did not provide many details about the new leader or release a photo, but it did claim he was a veteran jihadist fighter who had fought against the West.

With the name "al-Qurashi", the group also made clear that he claims to be descended from the Prophet Muhammad's Quraysh tribe - something generally held by pre-modern Sunni scholars as being a key qualification for becoming a caliph.

Before the announcement, BBC jihadist media specialist Mina al-Lami said: "If IS chooses to appoint someone who is not a Qurashi, then perhaps it is an implicit acknowledgement that the 'caliphate' is no more."

What is the context?

ISIS declared the creation of a "caliphate" - a state governed in accordance with Sharia, or Islamic law - after seizing control of huge swathes of Iraq and Syria in 2014 and imposing its brutal rule on millions of civilians.

It proclaimed Baghdadi as "Caliph Ibrahim" and demanded allegiance from Muslims worldwide.

Despite the demise of its physical caliphate in March, IS remains a battle-hardened and well-disciplined force whose enduring defeat is not assured.

The group still has between 14,000 and 18,000 "members" in Iraq and Syria, including up to 3,000 foreigners, according to a recent US report.

What happened to Baghdadi?

The day before ISIS released the name of its new leader, the US military made public more information about the killing of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi during a raid in Syria's Idlib province early on Sunday.

In grainy footage, helicopters were seen firing at gunmen on the ground as they flew towards a compound where Baghdadi was hiding.

On landing, US special forces commandos blew holes in the walls of the compound and called on Baghdadi to surrender, the military said. But he fled into a tunnel and detonated a suicide vest, killing himself and two children he had taken with him.

"You can deduce what kind of person it is based on that activity," said the head of US Central Command, Gen Kenneth McKenzie.

After the raid, the compound was destroyed in an air strike.

Gen McKenzie said the destroyed buildings were left looking like "a parking lot with large potholes".

He added that he could not confirm President Donald Trump's graphic description of Baghdadi whimpering and crying as he died.

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Re: ISIS growing strong again in Iraq and Syria

PostAuthor: Anthea » Wed Nov 06, 2019 6:05 am

Baghdadi's brother often
travelled to Istanbul


A brother of ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi travelled several times to Istanbul, Europe’s largest city, from northern Syria in the months before the terror chief's death, acting as one of his most trusted messengers to deliver and retrieve information about the group’s operations in Syria, Iraq and Turkey, according to two Iraqi intelligence officials

The hunt for the elusive architect of ISIS concluded on October 26 in a dramatic, covert US special forces raid on his isolated villa in the north-western Syrian border village of Barisha, in Idlib province. He killed himself by detonating his explosive vest when backed into a tunnel with no escape, US President Donald Trump said.

Now, The National can reveal new details about the movements of one of the members of Al Baghdadi’s inner circle and how he made several 2,300-kilometre round trips deep into the territory of a Nato member, the terror chief’s use of an old-fashioned militant method to evade detection while directing the group from the shadows and the joint efforts of Western and Middle Eastern security services to catch a trail that could lead them to one of the most wanted men in the world.

“We were watching somebody who was acting as a messenger to Al Baghdadi and he was travelling frequently to Turkey and back,” said a senior Iraqi intelligence official. “He was Al Baghdadi’s brother.”

That brother was Juma, one of Al Baghdadi’s three male siblings, who is still believed to be alive. Iraqi security services first detected him crossing the Syrian-Turkish border at the end of 2018 before he appeared in Turkey’s largest city, where ISIS militants or sympathisers have attacked a nightclub on New Year’s Eve, tourists in its historic Sultanahmet Square near Hagia Sophia and its now-closed Ataturk International Airport.

Iraqi security services worked in collaboration with their American counterparts on the surveillance of Juma inside Turkish territory, the officials said. Spokesmen for the Pentagon and US-led coalition to defeat ISIS said they would not comment on matters of intelligence. The office of the Turkish presidency and the Turkish interior ministry did not respond to a request for comment.

An Iraqi intelligence agent who worked directly on the operation to track Juma said the terrorist leader's brother continued to reappear in the following months, until his last recorded visit to Istanbul in April. He is then believed to have returned to north-western Syria, months before the location of his brother’s safe house was revealed. It is unlikely he was smuggled across the border, the agent said, but rather moved across it freely.

The Iraqi operatives cultivated an asset in Istanbul who would become privy to details about Juma’s Istanbul trips and what was exchanging hands on behalf of Al Baghdadi.

“Juma, the brother of Al Baghdadi, was in contact with a guy in Turkey who was meeting our source inside Turkey,” said the agent, who dealt directly with the handler of the asset. Juma made “multiple visits” to Istanbul to meet that contact, the agent said.

The source met with a courier who would hand packages to an appointed middleman. That intermediary would then pass the packages on to Al Baghdadi’s brother for delivery to the leader in northern Syria, according to the agent.

The contents of the packages exchanged in Istanbul reveal how Al Baghdadi persisted in directing the group and the lengths he went to to remain abreast of its progress without detection even after years in hiding and months after the loss of all of the Syrian and Iraqi cities the group had once controlled.

“He was delivering messages from ISIS commanders in Iraq. The state of their forces, money, logistics, routes,” the agent said of the courier. “[He] was in contact with commanders here [in Iraq].”

But it was not only Iraq in which Al Baghdadi showed an interest. On these trips, Juma was tasked with “passing on messages and bringing messages back and forth to the ISIS guys inside Turkey”, the senior intelligence official said.

Even though the Iraqis and the Americans conducted joint intelligence work on tracking Al Baghdadi’s go-between for five months, the official said, it remains unclear if he was handing Al Baghdadi the packages in person after receiving them, and if that was done in Idlib. That is because they would lose track of him when he entered into the extremist-laden Syrian province where Al Baghdadi was eventually found.

The officials became confused as to why his trail would end in Idlib, as they believed Al Baghdadi was hiding in the eastern Syrian province of Deir Ezzor, and they wondered how his brother could transit territory held by the Syrian regime or the Syrian Democratic Forces, the Arab-Kurdish coalition that led the ground fight against ISIS, to deliver messages to him.

“We tracked him going across the border but then we were losing track. From Turkey he travelled south through Idlib but it seems like he never travelled further down,” the senior intelligence official said.

“Now, we think that he just came across five clicks away from the border to meet Al Baghdadi. We don’t know if the Turks knew this or not.”

It is believed Al Baghdadi moved to Idlib in spring, around the time of the offensive to wrestle Baghouz, ISIS's last pocket, from its remaining fighters. But the Iraqi claims indicate he could have moved there before then, or somewhere closer to Idlib and further away from eastern Syria than previously believed.

Little is known about Juma. No picture of him is publicly available. As efforts to track his movements continue, much of the information about him remains classified. US special forces captured two men in the Barisha raid on Al Baghdadi’s compound, but it is unclear if Juma was one of them, or if he was present at the safe house at the time of the mission.

At one point, Juma is believed to have become Al Baghdadi’s bodyguard and was the brother closest to him.

His methods of travel from northern Syria to Istanbul and back, and the route he chose to take, remain unknown. But the ability of one of the most senior members of ISIS to commute to a major European city freely to meet other ISIS members will again raise questions about the Turkish security services and what they knew about Al Baghdadi’s final months and the movements of his closest associates, former Turkish security officials and counter-terrorism experts said.

Accusations levelled against Ankara have not been supported by hard evidence, but many in security circles point to a passive attitude in the Turkish security apparatus towards ISIS that has allowed them to build sophisticated networks inside the country.

The government is facing criticism after Al Baghdadi was found so close to the Turkish border, and it stands accused of emboldening ISIS with its offensive against the Syrian Kurds in north-eastern Syria using rebel proxies accused of war crimes. That offensive, which Ankara started to quash what it says is a threat of terrorism from Kurdish militants, has displaced hundreds of thousands of people.

“It is impossible for the Turkish intelligence that Turkey does not know of his presence five to seven kilometres away from the Turkish border,” a former high-ranking Turkish military officer said

Turkey on Tuesday said it had captured Al Baghdadi’s 65-year-old sister, Rasmiya Awad, near the Syrian town of Azaz. But former officials said she likely had little to do with the group’s operations and it was an attempt by Ankara to appear to be working against the group in the face of criticism.

“For the Turkish National Intelligence, or Turkish police, [ISIS] are not the real enemy," said Ahmet Yayla, a former Turkish counter-terrorism police chief and now a fellow at the George Washington University Programme on Extremism. "They do not seriously look for these people, but [President Recep Tayyip] Erdogan is in a position where he is trying to prove that he is fighting against ISIS.

“That is the reason they are bragging about his sister who is 65 and most probably doesn’t have much to do with the issues there or what he is doing, but they are making a huge propaganda of it in the Turkish media.”

One theory about Al Baghdadi hiding only kilometres from the Turkish border is that he was trying to move his family to the country. “This is not unknown among Islamic State officials and leaders,” according to Aymenn Al Tamimi, a prominent researcher on the modus operandi of Syrian extremist groups.

On Juma’s apparent freedom to travel, Mr Yayla expressed reservations that someone so close to Al Baghdadi could have made such a long journey to Istanbul to deliver or retrieve messages without being detected, or had chosen it as a location for meetings instead of closer Turkish border cities like Gaziantep or Sanliurfa.

“How come Turkey did not stop this person? It just doesn’t add up,” said Mr Yayla. “It is risky for someone like him to go to Istanbul. This is a strange world, anything can happen, but I wouldn’t expect such a crucial mistake from someone like him.”

Yet Istanbul may have offered a more likely location for ISIS’s senior leadership to remain undetected compared to well-known extremist hotbeds in southern Turkey.

“Istanbul has always been a relatively safe area to travel. There are many refugees. It’s easy to get lost in the crowd,” the Iraqi agent said.

In a city of at least 15 million people, “you can expect a degree of anonymity”, said a former Western intelligence chief. “You’re not under scrutiny – everybody is there.”

In smaller, southern hubs such as Gaziantep, it “would be much harder to be sure that you weren’t being followed or spotted”.

For a Syrian, Iraqi or someone of similar appearance who doesn’t have a criminal record and who has the right papers, travelling through Turkey “is not a big problem”, said Guido Steinberg, senior research associate at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs and former counter-extremism adviser to chancellor Gerhard Schroder.

“Although it’s a thousand kilometres, for the Turks it’s not considered to be a long distance. You enter the bus and that’s it. You’ve got direct connections to Istanbul from every city.”

In Turkey, ISIS has a leader of its Emni intelligence service, responsible for the group’s foreign operations, and thousands of supporters developing networks that have made it easy to move people and money throughout the country, Mr Yayla said. So, it may have made more sense for Al Baghdadi to use another lieutenant for the job.

But Juma became “one of the few people trusted by” Al Baghdadi, according to the Iraqi agent. As ISIS’s territory and leadership figures began to dwindle, so did Al Baghdadi’s reliance on his remaining commanders and foot soldiers, figures who may have arrived in Iraq or Syria only six years ago.

“It seems clear now that towards the end, Al Baghdadi only trusted some very close family members,” said Amarnath Amarasingam, an expert on ISIS and senior research fellow at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue in London. “It also seems to be the case that key pieces of info that led to his capture also came from the people he placed his trust in towards the end.”

Even though he was being traced by other security services, Juma’s limited profile could have helped him to evade detection by Turkish security services while travelling through the country, said Colin Clarke, senior research fellow at the Soufan Center.

“I assume they have the family network mapped out but it’s not Al Baghdadi himself. So how well known were his relatives? What did he look like?”

The trailing of Juma did not lead to Al Baghdadi’s attempted capture. An informant cultivated by the Syrian Kurds inside Al Baghdadi’s inner circle and several crucial arrests of his associates would prove to be his downfall.

The use of a courier is a tried and tested terrorist method of evading detection, one of many used by extremist leaders in a bid to operate under the radar to continue their activities. It was one mastered by former Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, who would send confidants long distances with USB drives to internet cafes to pass on information. Since then, militant evasion tactics have moved from email drafts to secure email services and on to encrypted messaging apps such as WhatsApp, Telegram and Signal.

Al Baghdadi became obsessed with secrecy, turning to handwritten notes or even word of mouth to send messages, and at times dressing as a shepherd, according to his detained brother-in-law Mohammed Ali Sajit, who gave an interview to Al Arabiya last week. Those who visited him were on occasion blindfolded on the drive to his location, while others were forced to remove their wristwatches and hand over their phones. Going dark, like bin Laden did for 10 years, can be easy, but terrorist leaders come unstuck in their failure to reconcile their need for stealth with their need to communicate as heads of these organisations, says Jason Burke, an expert on extremism.

“You can go off grid and stay off grid, but it’s difficult to communicate,” he said. “Those who are looking for you are basically guessing. But if you need to trust somebody [to courier], they are going to be identifiable.”

Yet the Iraqis and Americans did not move on Juma. They hoped he would lead them to Al Baghdadi’s location, the same way that bin Laden was tracked to his Abbottabad compound in 2011.

“In this case, the brother would not have been the target, he was just a means to the target. I think it’s entirely understandable that you might let him run and see what turns up,” said the former Western intelligence chief.

“Then, you can go on from there and see what he was doing at either end.”

Even though this was the decision in the case of Juma, the ease with which he crossed into Turkey, like many lower level ISIS members before him, will likely give Western and regional security services cause for concern, whether Ankara had knowledge of his trips or not.

“When you cook pasta, you drain it in a colander,” said the former Turkish general. “Turkey’s borders have unfortunately been like this for a long time.”

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Re: ISIS growing strong again in Iraq and Syria

PostAuthor: Anthea » Sun Nov 10, 2019 7:54 pm

How ISIS turned into the
Syrian National Army?


The groups that make up the so-called “Syrian National Army” include many who have been former leaders of ISIS mercenaries

The Hawar news agency obtained the names of about 80 people from ISIS leaders and members whom the Turkish state changed their clothes and recruited them to wage war against the north and east of Syria.

Dozens of individuals have committed crimes against humanity in Homs, Hama, Sweida, Ghouta and many other cities. Among them is the mercenary named Sufian Al-Qesm who participated in the kidnapping of American Peter Kasji and beheaded him in Idlib and published his grusome act on the internet. There is also the killer of Hevrin Khalaf named Abu Saddam Ansari.

Those people who fought with ISIS mercenaries met in the Aleppo-Azaz line with Turkish-backed mercenary groups, and are now attacking with the Turkish state Serêkaniyê and Gre Spi

NEWS CENTER - The names of 76 senior executives of ISIS Turkey stationed in North and East Syria under the name of Syrian National Army were obtained. ANHA reported the ISIS members who attack the Kurds name by name with the regions they fight in.

The National Syrian Army Recep Tayyip Erdoğan refers as 'champions of Islam' turned out to be senior ISIS members. ANHA published the names of the 76 ISIS members wearing Syrian National Army uniforms. The ISIS members published by ANHA are as follows:

1 - Basil Mihemmed Eleli: Code name Telha

He was born in the Syrian city of Humus. He is 23 years old. He joined ISIS in 2013. In 2017 he joined the Turkey backed El Hamza Division in Aleppo. He is currently in Suluk.

2 - Basil Xesan al-Esurah: codenamed Abu Usame al Shami

He was born in 1993 in Damascus. In 2012 he joined El Nusra in Guta. He moved to Siwêdê in 2014 and joined ISIS. In 2016, he established the Emin Xarici Battalion on behalf of ISIS and became an Emir. In 2017 he went to Turkey. He joined the Al Hamza Division in the Efrin attack. He now fights in Gire Spi under Turkey's command.

3 - Beşar Simid: Code name Ebu İslam El Qelemuni

He was born in 1994 in El Nebik, Damascus. He joined ISIS in 2014. He fought in Damascus, Temdur and Tenef. He went to Turkey with Ebu Eymen El Iraqi from İdlib. He participated in the Efrin attack as batallion commander with Turkey backed Ahrar al -Sharqiya. He is now in Serekaniye.

4 - Beshir El Emuri: Code Name Ebu Ehmed El Tedmuri

He was born in 1990. He joined ISIS in Humus in 2014. He went to Ezaz in 2017. He participated in the Efrin occupation with Sultan Murat Brigade. He is now in Serekaniye.

5 - Abdullah Ehmed Abdullah

Born in 1991 in Humus. He joined ISIS in 2014 and took part in the organization's intelligence work. He carried out an attack against International Coalition's airport. He escaped to Guta. His was involved in a lot of thefts and looting. He joined the El Hamza Division in 2016 passing through areas where Turkey controls. He is now in Serêkaniyê.

6 - Abdullah El shimeri: Code Name Ebu Telha El shimeri

He is 20 years old. He was born in El Sokhna village of Temdur. He joined Ahrar el Sharqiya, which is in Turkey's control. He is now in Gire Spi.

7 - Abdullah Elzirir: Code Name Ebu Cehfer

He was born in 1991 in Humus. He joined El Nusra in 2012. He joined ISIS in Damascus in 2014. He fought in Damascus, Aleppo and Elbitir. He joined Turkey's ranks in 2017 and receive military training. He established Liwa El İslam gang under the supervision of National Intelligence Service (MİT). He participated in the Efrin occupation with this group. He is now in Gire Spi.

8 - Abdullah Mohamad Eliweid: Code Name Ebu Seyef Elhalabi

He was born in 1989, in Aleppo. He joined ISIS in Aleppo in 2015. He posted photographs of him using an Dotchka from his Twitter account in 2016. He went to İdlib and then to Turkey in 2017. He received military training in El Hamza Division under the supervision of Turkish Armed Forces. He is now in Gire Spi.

9 - Abdullah Mohamad El-İnizi: Code Name Ebu Mohamad El Cezrawi

He was born in Saudi Arabia, Riyad. He is 27 years old. He joined ISIS in 2015 from Turkey. He fought in Reqa and Humus. He fought in Minbic with Usud El-Ednani Batallion. He joined Ahrar al Sharqiya, controlled by Turkey. He is now in Gire Spi.

10 - Ebdilrehman Mihêmid: Code Name Qesure El Dêri

He was born in Dêrazor in 1992. He joined El Nusra in 2012 in Dêrazor. He fought in Dêrazor, Dera and Hama. He posted his photographs from his social media account as El Nusra Emir. He joined Ahrar al -Sharqiya in 2016 which is in Turkey's control. He is now in Gire Spi.

11 – Code name Ebu Fisel El Nihemi

He was born in Temdur in 1990. He joined ISIS in Humus in 2014. He used ISIS heavy weapons and provided military training. He went to Idlib and fought with Feyleq Al-Sham. He left here with 20 gangs and joined the Sultan Murat Brigade. Now in Serêkaniyê.

12 Code name –Ebu Omer El Hatim

He is 32 years old born in Reqa. Joined ISIS in 2015.He went to Ezaz from Aleppo in 2017 . He attacked Serekaniye with Ahrar el Sharqiya in Turkey's ranks. He is now in Serekaniye.

13 - Ebu Sileman El Minbij

He is 34 years old and was born in Minbij. He joined ISIS in Reqqa in 2015. He joined Ahrar el Sharqiya in 2017 in Ezaz. He attacked Gire Spi in Turkey's ranks. He is now in Gire Spi.

14 – Code name Ebu Wefa El Tunisi

He is 35 years old and was born in Tunisia. He joined ISIS in 2014 from Turkey. He was the Şer- i Emir of ISIS in Reqqa. He was sent to Derazor with the same mission. He trained the new gang members about sharia as well as providing military training. He joined Ahrar al Sharqiya in 2017 in Ezaz. He provided training to a paramilitary group under the code name Ebu Wefa. He is now in Serekaniye.

15 - Edehem Feteh El shikerji

Born in 1999 in Derazor. He joined ISIS in 2013. He fought in Soxne, Temdur and Derazor. He went to Bab and Ezaz in 2017. He fought with Turkey backed gangs in Aleppo. He is now in Serekaniye.

16 - Ehmad El-Eli El-jasim El-Omer: Code Name Ebu İselam El-shami

He is 28 years old. He was born in El Kesrat. He joined ISIS in 2015 ,in Reqa. He used heavy weapons. He joined Ahrar al- Sharqiya in 2017. He is now in Gire Spi.

17 - Ehmed Elhamid: Code Name Ebu Furat Elhimsi

He was born in 1994 in the city of Temdur in Syria. He joined ISIS in 2015. He was responsible of mines. He went to Ezaz in 2017 and joined El Hamza Division.

18 -Ehmed Xalid El-Rehmun: Code Name Ebu Mariya El-Ensari

He was born in 1993 in Damascus. In 2013, he joined the Free Syrian Army (FSA). Within the framework of the US-train-equip program in Turkey he recieved military training. He left FSA in 2014 and joined ISIS. He went to İdlib in 2016 and joined El Hamza Division controlled by Turkey. He recieved weapons training from Mistefa El- Lobnani. He is now in Gire Spi.

19 - Eli Hesen Taha: Code Name Ebu Dewle Harun

He is 27 years old. He was born in Derazor. he joined ISIS in 2015 in Şedade. He was responsible from Howitzers. He joined Ahrar al- Sharqiya in Ezaz in 2017. He is now in Serekaniye.

20 - Erwa Eshed Eldihêfis: Code Name Ebu Semir Elhimsi.

He was born in Elxinéfis, Humus. He fought in Humus, Siweda and Tanaf. He came to Turkey in 2017. He fought in Turkey ranks in Sultan Murat Brigade in Bab. He then joined Ahrar al- Sharqiya and joined the occupation in Serekaniye.

21 - Fayiz Elebid Elkerim: Code Name Ebu Fatime Elreqawi.

He is 23 years old. He was born in Reqa and joined ISIS in 2014. He was responsible for armament. He participated in the Efrin occupation with El Hamza Division, controlled by Turkey. He is now in Serekaniye.

22 - Fedi Qoseyi Sultan: Code Name Ebu Tirab Elşami

He is 23. He was born in Damascus and joined ISIS in 2015. He fought in Reqa, Humus and Derazor. He joined Turkey backed Ahrar al-Sharqiya in 2017. He is now in Gire Spi.

23 - Fehid Selum El-İdlibi: Code Name Ebu Eli Hewaciz.

He is 27, born in İdlib. He joined ISIS in 2014, in Reqa. He joined Turkey backed Ahrar al-Sharqiya in 2017 and participated in the attacks of National Syrian Army. He is now in Gire Spi.

24 - Fehid Xelef El-Eli El-Seyid: Code Name Seyif El-İslam.

He was born in Gire Spi in 1998. He joined ISIS in 2015 in Reqa.He joined Turkey back El Hamza Division and participated in the Serekaniye attack with this gang. He is now in Serekaniye.

25 - Fehid Xelef Nercis: Code Name Ebu Xewle Mudadat

He is 23. He was born in Derazor. He joined ISIS in 2014. He fought in Reqa and Derazor. He joined Ahrar al- Sharqiya in Aleppo in 2017. He joined the Gire Spi attack with this Turkey backed gang. He is now in Suluk.

26 - Ferec Ehmed Elseyid: Code Name Ebu Ebas Elêraqi

He was born in Derazor. He joined ISIS in 2014. He fought in Derazor and Reqa. He joined Ahrar al- Sharqiya in Aleppo in 2017. He joined the Gire Spi attack with this Turkey backed gang. He is now in Serekaniye.

27 - Hemid Elwan Elhesin: Code Name Ebu Selha Tew

He is 23. Born in Derazor. He joined ISIS in Haseke in 2014. He joined Ahrar al- Sharqiya in Aleppo in 2017. He joined the Gire Spi attack with this Turkey backed gang. He is now in Gire Spi.

28 - Hesen Xelif El-Omer: Code Name: Ebu Omer El-Faruq.

He is 19, born in Reqa. He joined Ahrar al- Sharqiya in Aleppo in 2017. He joined the Gire Spi attack with this Turkey backed gang. He is now in Serekaniye.

29 - Hesen Xilêf Elhesuni: Code Name Ebu Ebdelah Xerite

He is 37, he was born in Derazor. He joined ISIS in 2015 in Derazor. He first joined Ahrar al-Sharqiya in 2017 and then participated in El Hamza Division. He participated in the Gire Spi attack of Turkey. He is now in Gire Spi.

30 - Husam El-İdlibi: Code Name Ebu Mohamad Elemni.

He is 37, born in İdlib, joined ISIS in Reqa in 2014. He joined the paramilitary groups in Turkey's control. He participated in the Gire Spi attack with Ahrar al-Sharqiya. He is now in Gire Spi.

31- Huzeyifa Sehid: Code Name Ebu Zêd

He was born in Reqa. he joined ISIS in 2015 in Reqa. He then joined Sultan Murat Brigade and now he is with Ahrar al Sharqiya in Gire Spi.

32- Macid El Xalid (Hec Macid): Code Name Heci Ebu Omer El Ensari.

He was born in Humus in 1983. He was with Lİwa El Heq at the beginning of the Syrian Civil War. He joined ISIS in 2014. He was in the Hama organization and its military Emir. He contacted Turkey and went to İdlib with his group. He was the military command of El Hamza Division and he was in Turkey's ranks during the attacks against SDF. He is now in Serekaniye.

33- Mesna Xelil El Hesen: Code Name Ebu Aişe El Tibni

He is 25, his mother's name is Xedica. He joined ISIS in 2013, at the El Tibni district of Derazor. He was in charge of a military group in the Suxna district. He fled to Rai, Aleppo and joined Usud al Sharqiya. Now in Gire Spi.

34-Mohamad Asim El Sebra: Code Name Ebu El Hari El Ensari

He was born in 1996. He joined ISIS in 2014 in Humus. . In Damascus, he worked in the technical field under the command of Abu Mohamad. In early 2017, he joined the FSA and recieved mlitary training from American soldiers. Then he was assigned to Ezaz and 3 months later he joined the Al Hamza Division. He took part in the occupation of Efrin, now in Gire Spi.

35-Mohamad Besam Misto

He was born in 1995, in İdlib. Mother's name is Nura. He joined El Nusra in İdlib, Cisur in 2015.He joined the Al Hamza Division in 2017 and is now in Siluk with Al Hamza Division

36- Mohamad Ehmed Siwês: Code Name Ebu Ehmed El Humusi

He was born in 1995 in Humus. He joined ISIS in Damascus in 2015. He took part in Bitir-Tenef and Tedmur attacks. Then he joined the Ahrar al- Sharqiya and recieved military training in Turkey. He participated in the Efrin and Shehba attacks. He is now in Gire Spi.

37- Mohamad Elbedireh: Code Name Ebu Cilêbib

He was born in 1994 in Humus. In 2015, he joined ISIS in Humus and took part in the Shahar-Teyfur and Jezra attacks. In 2017, he went to Ezaz via an external security unit called Beşair. He joined the Al Hamza Division in 2018 and took part in the attacks in Şehba. Now in Serêkaniyê.

There is a photo showing Mohamad taking place in ISIS. Another photo shows that he is now in the Sultan Murat Brigade.

38- Mohamad El Hemdan: Code Name Decane El Iraqi

He was born in 1980 in Iraq. In 2003, he moved to Syria and settled in Humus. He is one of the founders of ISIS. He was a military Emir in Sehra province and took part in the clashes in Humus, Damascus and Hama. In 2017, he moved from Hama to Idlib and founded the Siqur Elbadiyê Battalion of Sultan Murat. Most members of the group were ISIS members. He joined the Efrin attack with this group, now in Girê Spi.

39-Mohamad Enes El-Êbêd: Code Name Enes Elherbi

He was born in 1995 in Humus. He joined ISIS in Humus in 2015 and took part in the attacks of Tedmur, Tenef region, Heqil El Shahir. In 2016 he was appointed to Emin Xarigi (external security). Then he joined the Sultan Murat Brigade. He received military training in Turkey. He joined Ahrar al-Sharqiya. He took part in the attacks of Efrin and Til Rifat. Now in Gire Spi.

40- Mohamad Omer El Berxesh Code Name Ebu Xalid Eyash

He is 23. He was born in Derazor, Eyash. His mother's name is Zehra. He joined ISIS in Derazor, El Tıbni in 2014. He was responsible from the heavy weapons. He went to Minbic and fleed to Ezaz in 2016. He joined Ahrar El Sharqiya and now he is in Gire Spi with them.

TOMORROW: The rest of the list will be published. Sofyan El Qishim who beheaded Doctor peter Kassig from USA and Ebu Sedam El Ensari who massacred Kurdish politician Hevrin Xalef will be on that list.

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Re: ISIS growing strong again in Iraq and Syria

PostAuthor: Anthea » Sat Nov 30, 2019 9:03 pm

ISIS increases activities in
Iraq and Southern Kurdistan


Three members of the security forces were killed in attacks of the ISIS in South Kurdistan. Eight people were injured in the attacks, including three civilians

In the course of the Turkish invasion of Northern Syria, the ISIS cells in Iraq and Southern Kurdistan have also become more active. Yesterday evening there was an attack of the jihadists in the South Kurdistan region Germiyan. Three members of the security forces (Asayish) lost their lives and a total of eight people were injured; five Asayish members, two children and a woman.

In the evening, the ISIS militias first attacked a checkpoint with rockets and heavy weapons. This resulted in heavy fighting, which lasted until late into the night, before the jihadists finally withdrew. An operation against the ISIS cells was then started in the region.

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