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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Furthermore, it may misleadingly identify contemporary jihadists as simply radicalized elements within, or as by-products of, a broader Salafist phenomenon. Retrieved 11 February Abd al-Hadi explained that the men al-sui affiliated with the Iraqi opposition leader Ahmed Chalabi, who later emerged as a leading voice encouraging the United States to invade Iraq.

Mustafa Setmariam Nasar

Benevolence International Foundation al-Haramain Foundation. They are al-zuri at www. 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. Al-Zarqawi remained his own man. Retrieved 6 October Views Read Edit View history.

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Nasar left the journal in partly due to disagreements with the new GIA leadership in Algeria and partly as a result of a conflict with its chief editor, Umar Mahmud Uthman Abu Umar, better known as Abu Qatada al-Filastini. Basim Umar al-Suri was raised in Latakia by an Mksab family, but became a salafi in high school. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Nasar was captured by Pakistani security forces in and was rendered to Syria, [6] where he was a wanted man. The latter is widely regarded as al-Qaeda’s principal cleric in Europe. People listed in italics have died.


It is possible that he fled Spain because of suspicions he was involved in the Islamist terror bombings in France. Fourth, ideological extremism does not preclude compromise.

Mustafa Setmariam Nasar – Wikipedia

However, they should not have any leadership role at all. Archived from the original on 1 August But it is also deeply incomplete. Abu Musab al-Suri and bin Ladin had different ideas about provoking the United States and how jihadis should organize, musaab they had far more in common with each other ideologically than al-srui did with al-Zarqawi.

CIA secret prisons and detainees. While Qutbism had been dominant until the s, doctrinal Salafism and Wahhabite theology had begun to make an impact during Arab participation in the Afghan liberation war during the s.

The adoption of hard line Salafist positions by leading jihadists led to several important leadership schisms.

Third, ideological and strategic aal-suri is insufficient to understand jihadist political alignments. Oxford University Press, At the other extreme are hard line jihadists, who are primarily military strategists, and whose main preoccupation is political outcome, not doctrinal purity. Radical Islam in Europe.

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the godfather of the Islamic State, arrived in Afghanistan from his home country of Jordan in late Nasar was forced to flee Syria at the end of His critical analysis of previous jihadist experiences, especially on Algeria, provoked strong responses and debates.

Revising the History of al-Qa`ida’s Original Meeting with Abu Musab al-Zarqawi

While the specific issues varied greatly, als-uri all revolved around the general dilemma of how to strike a balance between ideological purity vs. The clash between military jihadist pragmatists and hard line Salafists was also manifest in Afghanistan, the main playing field for the jihadists since the late s [19].

One of the very few Taliban leaders to mudab left Afghanistan for jihad, he was more aligned with radical foreign jihadis than most of the Taliban leadership. While a useful starting point, the typology provides little guidance in terms of understanding doctrinal disputes and conflicts within the jihadist current itself [5].


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Retrieved 13 May In SeptemberSpanish muwab Baltasar Garzon indicted 35 members of the Madrid cell for its role in the 11 September attacks, including Nasar.

Hurst and Columbia University Press, The articles by Al-Suri in Inspire have actually been taken word for word and translated directly musan Brynjar Lia’s book about him, Architect of Global Jihad. Much of the story holds up. There are reasons why jihadist ideologues like al-Suri came to use such vitriolic and harsh words about leading Salafist clerics.

We were not clean of the Muslim Brotherhood virus, despite the fact that we were among the jihadists. So the threat was not easily dismissed. For the new ab of jihad, Al Qaeda is just the beginning. Many Arab militants who had moved to Afghanistan simply considered the Taliban regime just another temporary safe haven from which they might train their members and reorganize their forces in preparation for an armed campaign in their home countries.

Nasar has red hair, green eyes, and a white complexion. He later recalled in his memoirs how people like him were denounced as politicos and even heretics by the Salafists: Alleged militants in the War on Terror who have lived in Spain.