al Qaeda's Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)

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al Qaeda's Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)

Mensaje por kilo009 » 21 Feb 2007 16:34

Es una organización terrorista que tiene por objetivo crear un Estado islámico en el Kurdistán. Se la relaciona con Al-Qaeda

Fue fundada en septiembre del 2001 en el Kurdistán iraquí.

Al principio estaba dirigida por Mullah Kreker, conocido también como Mala Kreker, detenido en Ámsterdam en enero del 2003.

Según el juez Baltasar Garzón, Mohamed Maher Halak estaría vinculado a la misma, siendo además miembro de la célula de Al Qaeda responsable de los atentados del 11 de marzo de 2004 en Madrid.
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Mensaje por Pelayo70 » 31 Ago 2007 20:16

Ansar al Sunna surgió a finales de 2001, como un apéndice de una organización llamada Jund al Islam, liderada por Krekar, quien había dirigido a su vez un grupo llamado Islah desde mediados de los 90.

Los servicios de inteligencia catalogaron en su momento a Ansar al Sunna como sucesora de Ansar al Islam (septiembre de 2003).

Ambas se asociaron a la Red Zarqawi.

Posteriormente ambas se han integrado en la amalgama de organizaciones sunitas que engloba Al Qaida en Iraq (AQ-I).

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Mensaje por Pelayo70 » 01 Nov 2007 18:43

Bueno, actualmente Ansar al Sunna se ha pasado al bando "crítico" con Al Qaida en Iraq, formando junto con otros cinco grupos radicales sunnitas el denominado CONSEJO POLÍTICO PARA LA RESISTENCIA...

Al Qaida se está cargando a los jeques que componen dicho Consejo, especialmente los de la Provincia de Dilaya.

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Mensaje por cartledge » 01 Nov 2007 20:21

Por cierto que uno de los éxitos de la resistencia sunnita ha sido evitar palabras como yihad empleando el término muqawama (resistencia) con la intención de liberarse de la etiqueta de grupo terrorista.

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Al Qaeda en Irak (AQI)

Mensaje por cartledge » 28 Ene 2008 23:15

Nuevo assesment de Athena intelligence sobre Al Qaueda en Irak. Está en esta dirección: http://www.athenaintelligence.org/insurgenciairak.pdf

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Mensaje por kilo009 » 11 Feb 2008 00:27

Artículo del Times que nos habla de sobre como se desmorona Al-Qaeda en Iraq. El artículo se ha escrito gracias a una incursión realizada por militares americanos, donde capturaron abundante material:

Al-Qaeda in Iraq faces an “extraordinary crisis”. Last year's mass defection of ordinary Sunnis from al-Qaeda to the US military “created panic, fear and the unwillingness to fight”. The terrorist group's security structure suffered “total collapse”.

These are the words not of al-Qaeda's enemies but of one of its own leaders in Anbar province — once the group's stronghold. They were set down last summer in a 39-page letter seized during a US raid on an al-Qaeda base near Samarra in November.

The US military released extracts from that letter yesterday along with a second seized in another November raid that is almost as startling.

That second document is a bitter 16-page testament written last October by a local al-Qaeda leader near Balad, north of Baghdad. “I am Abu-Tariq, emir of the al-Layin and al-Mashahdah sector,” the author begins. He goes on to describe how his force of 600 shrank to fewer than 20.

“We were mistreated, cheated and betrayed by some of our brothers,” he says. “Those people were nothing but hypocrites, liars and traitors and were waiting for the right moment to switch sides with whoever pays them most.”

Assuming the two documents are authentic — and the US military insists that they are — they provide a rare insight into an organisation thrown into turmoil by the rise of the Awakening movement. More than 80,000 Sunnis have joined the tribal groups of “concerned local citizens” [CLCs] that have helped to eject al-Qaeda from swaths of western and northern Iraq, including much of Baghdad.

US intelligence officials cautioned, however, that the documents were snapshots of two small areas and that al-Qaeda was far from a spent force.

They said that while the number of car bombs had fallen over the past year, the organisation had doubled its attacks on CLC members since October. More than 20 people were killed last night when a suicide car bomber attacked a checkpoint near Balad.

Al-Qaeda gunmen stormed a compound of an “Awakening” group in Iraq's northern Nineveh province yesterday, the US military said. Among those killed in the fighting were 10 suspected Al-Qaeda in Iraq fighters.

The Anbar letter conceded that the “crusaders” — Americans — had gained the upper hand by persuading ordinary Sunnis that al-Qaeda was responsible for their suffering and by exploiting their poverty to entice them into the security forces. Al-Qaeda's “Islamic State of Iraq is faced with an extraordinary crisis, especially in al-Anbar”, the unnamed emir admitted.

In an apparent reference to al-Qaeda's brutal tactics, he said of the Americans and their Sunni allies: “We helped them to unite against us . . . The Americans and the apostates launched their campaigns against us and we found ourselves in a circle not being able to move, organise or conduct our operations.”

He said of the loss of Anbar province: “This created weakness and psychological defeat. This also created panic, fear and the unwillingness to fight. The morale of the fighters went down . . . There was a total collapse in the security structure of the organisation.” The emir complained that the supply of foreign fighters had dwindled and that they found it increasingly hard to operate inside Iraq because they could not blend in. Foreign suicide bombers determined to kill “not less than 20 or 30 infidels” grew disillusioned because they were kept hanging about and only given small operations. Some gave up and went home.

Finally the emir recommended rewards for killing apostates, using doctors to kill infidels and offering gifts to tribal leaders. He said al-Qaeda's fighters should be sent to more promising areas such as Diyala province or Baghdad — which is exactly what happened.

Rear-Admiral Gregory Smith, the US military spokesman in Baghdad, called Abu-Tariq's testament a “woe-is-me kind of document”. It calls the Sunnis who switched sides a “cancer in the body of al-Jihad movement”, and declares: “We should have no mercy on them.”

The author lists those who have made off with al-Qaeda weapons or money, describes the group's arsenal, including C5 rockets, which are used against helicopters, and records the fate of the battalions under his command.

Most of the first battalion's fighters “betrayed us and joined al-Sahwah [the Awakening]”, he says. The leader of the second ran away and all but two of its 300 fighters joined the Awakening. The activities of the third were “frozen due to their present conditions”. Of the fourth he writes: “Most of its members are scoundrels, sectarians, non-believers”.

He lists 38 people still working for him but beside five names he has written comments like “We have not seen him for twenty days” or “left us a week ago”. He concludes, wistfully: “And that is the number of fighters left in my sector.”

'WE WERE MISTREATED AND CHEATED'

Extracts from letters

Abu-Tariq, al-Qaeda leader

“There were almost 600 fighters in our sector before the tribes changed course 360 degrees . . . Many of our fighters quit and some of them joined the deserters . . . As a result of that the number of fighters dropped down to 20 or less.”

“We were mistreated, cheated and betrayed by some of our brothers who used to be part of the Jihadi movement, therefore we must not have mercy on those traitors until they come back to the right side or get eliminated completely.”

Unnamed emir, Anbar province

“The Islamic State of Iraq [al-Qaeda] is faced with an extraordinary crisis, especially in al-Anbar province. Al-Qaeda’s expulsion from Anbar created weakness and psychological defeat. This also created panic, fear and the unwillingness to fight.

“The morale of the fighters went down and they wanted to be transferred to administrative positions rather than be fighters. There was a total collapse in the security structure of the organisation.”
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Mensaje por kilo009 » 30 Abr 2008 20:45

Noticia de hace tiempo:

Según Los Angeles Times, el Gobierno sudanés ha prestado espías a EEUU para recoger información sobre la insurrección en Irak.
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Mensaje por kilo009 » 08 May 2008 23:33

Cartledge esta noticia te va a gustar:

Fuerzas iraquíes y estadounidenses han cazado a Abu Hamza al-Muhajir, líder de Al Qaeda en Iraq.

Muhajir, sucesor de al Zarqaui, fue detenido en el norte de Iraq (Mosul)

Recordemos que Muhajir es egipcio de nacimiento y proviene de la Yihad Islámica Egipcia.
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Mensaje por cartledge » 09 May 2008 11:03

Al final tantos excesos han quemado a la población tanto que hasta se alegrarán de su detención. Un saludo

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Mensaje por cartledge » 19 May 2008 13:38

Trabajo sobre la situación de Irak en www.athenaintelligence.org. El autor es José Luís Calvo Albero, se titula "Ültima oportunidad para Irak. Surge y estrategia de salida."

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