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Some strategists believe those tribes could turn against the brutality of Daesh rule - just as the Sunni tribal fighters of the Sahwa or Awakening turned against al-Qaeda in Iraq a decade ago - if Baghdad guarantees their lives and livelihoods. In ...
... maximize pressure for overthrowing the Syrian government although Syria had never attacked the US, while supporting al Qaeda groups (ISIS is new name for Al Qaeda in Iraq while al Nusra is al Qaeda in Syria) actually directly harms US national ...

The genesis of what has come to be known as the Islamic State starts in Iraq with Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian jihadist who pledged allegiance to Osama bin Laden and formed al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI), a militia which became a major force in the ...
We overthrew a brutal tyrant and then fought a long war to defeat al Qaeda in Iraq. These were noble objectives but not sufficient justification for the cost of fighting.
All of a sudden everybody's awakened because this outfit called ISIL which was al-Qaeda in Iraq, which when they were essentially thrown out of Iraq, found open space in territory in eastern Syria, work with Al Nusra who we declared a terrorist group ...
Some members of Daesh were killed in the street," he said, using the Arabic acronym for Islamic State, which rose from the ashes of al-Qaeda in Iraq. "They don't want Daesh. Some were killed and some left. "These are people who have weapons, who carry ...
Some members of Daesh were killed in the street," he said, using the Arabic acronym for Islamic State, which rose from the ashes of al-Qaeda in Iraq. "They don't want Daesh. Some were killed and some left. These are people who have weapons, who carry ...
Erbil, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraqi forces have advanced to 5 km (3 miles) from Mosul in an offensive against Islamic State's last major Iraq stronghold and there are signs of revolt against the group, the interior minister of the Kurdish regional government ...
Some members of Daesh were killed in the street," he said, using the Arabic acronym for ISIS, which rose from the ashes of al-Qaeda in Iraq. "They don't want Daesh. Some were killed and some left. These are people who have weapons, who carry out ...
... published by Hersh, has acquired a new meaning after US government non-partisan watchdog Judicial Watch released a 2012 Defense Intelligence Agency's (DIA) report that stated clearly that Salafists, the Muslim Brotherhood and al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) ...
"We know that ISIL was an outgrowth of Al-Qaida In Iraq that did not exist prior to the fateful decision made by the previous administration to launch an invasion of that country," Earnest whined.
al-Qaeda in Iraq never entirely lost its grip on Mosul even when it was at its lowest ebb before 2011. Local businesses had to pay it protection money, close down or risk assassination.
Just as the sheikhs of Anbar joined their sworn enemies, the Americans, in response to the depredations of al Qaeda in Iraq a decade ago, unexpected coalitions have also formed in 2016 in this new phase of the war against jihadists in Iraq. The subject ...

OBAMA: If whenever things are going badly for you and you lose and start blaming somebody else, you don't have what it takes to be in this job.
Volesky would not comment on these reports, but said there is already evidence the Islamic State group is reverting from trying to create a so-called caliphate back into an ill-defined insurgent force, just as it existed in the form of its precursor ...
There are the obvious answers: Osama bin Laden, whose ideology spread to Iraq in the form of Ansar Al-Islam two years before we removed Saddam from power; Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who founded al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI), the predecessor of ISIS, in the ...
McChrystal oversaw hundreds of commando raids in Iraq, often 10 a night, ultimately leading to the June 7, 2006, airstrike that killed Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the notorious leader of Al-Qaida In Iraq. But the reality, he said, is that helping other ...
Mosul commands critical road networks and physical resources, and it was also where the group rebuilt in secrecy when it was known as al Qaeda in Iraq. A version of this article appears in print on October 18, 2016, on page A6 of the New York edition ...
McChrystal oversaw hundreds of commando raids in Iraq, often 10 a night, ultimately leading to the June 7, 2006, airstrike that killed Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the notorious leader of Al-Qaida In Iraq. But the reality, he said, is that helping other ...
The group's English-language magazine was named after Dabiq in a deliberate attempt to play up this imagery. Each issue of "Dabiq" contained a line from al Qaeda in Iraq's founder, Abu Musab al Zarqawi, who drew on preexisting Islamic beliefs. "The ...
He's known the city of Mosul since the earliest days commander of the 101 airborne in 2003. He would be in an out of Iraq for most of the decade securing the election process and training Iraqi troops here.
At the time, JSOC's Task Force in Iraq was in a race against time with al Qaeda in Iraq, and its bloodthirsty leader, Abu Musab Zarqawi.
Several of the terrorists, mainly Abu Musab al-Zarqawi who in Jordan in 1999 founded Jama'at al-Tawhid wal-jihad, which had a partnership with al Qaeda; Zarqawi renamed his organization Al Qaeda in Iraq. He fought against the US in Iraq starting in ...
Al-Qaida capitalized on their anger and established al Qaeda in Iraq, a precursor to Islamic State, to fight U.S. troops there.
While the Islamic State's predecessor, al-Qaeda in Iraq, faced constraints on its brutality due to the influence of al-Qaeda Central, IS today behaves in ways that are brutal beyond belief.
What we know as the Islamic State emerged from a mix of former lieutenants of Saddam Hussein and vicious jihadists of al-Qaeda in Iraq. They found common cause in Syria, broke with al-Qaeda, and were joined by a fresh wave of Millennial-generation ...
JANE FERGUSON: Americans fought two battles for Fallujah in 2004, and were never able to free the city from the grip of the Sunni extremists, Al-Qaida in Iraq. Sunnis here rejected the toppling of Saddam Hussein and the rise of a Shia government in ...
The most prestigious newspaper in Peru is no more than another mouthpiece for power. But this shouldn't surprise anyone familiar with mainstream media and its propagandist role in our society.
... published by Hersh, has acquired a new meaning after US government non-partisan watchdog Judicial Watch released a 2012 Defense Intelligence Agency's (DIA) report that stated clearly that Salafists, the Muslim Brotherhood and al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) ...
The militant Islamic State group traces its origins back to al-Qaeda in Iraq and its predecessors in the country, which only emerged after the US-led invasion.
"We know that ISIL was an outgrowth of Al-Qaida in Iraq that did not exist prior to the fateful decision made by the previous administration to launch an invasion of that country," Earnest whined.
And when he died, that summer, his successor dissolved al-Qaeda in Iraq and proclaimed it instead the Islamic State of Iraq, even though the group held no territory at the time.
Before 2011, ISIS was called AQI, for al Qaeda in Iraq, prior to the split between the two groups, or ISI for when it was in Iraq but not yet Syria.
al-Qaeda in Iraq never entirely lost its grip on Mosul even when it was at its lowest ebb before 2011. Local businesses had to pay it protection money, close down or risk assassination.
Just as the sheikhs of Anbar joined their sworn enemies, the Americans, in response to the depredations of al Qaeda in Iraq a decade ago, unexpected coalitions have also formed in 2016 in this new phase of the war against jihadists in Iraq. The subject ...
OBAMA: If whenever things are going badly for you and you lose and start blaming somebody else, you don't have what it takes to be in this job.
Volesky would not comment on these reports, but said there is already evidence the Islamic State group is reverting from trying to create a so-called caliphate back into an ill-defined insurgent force, just as it existed in the form of its precursor ...
There are the obvious answers: Osama bin Laden, whose ideology spread to Iraq in the form of Ansar Al-Islam two years before we removed Saddam from power; Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who founded al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI), the predecessor of ISIS, in the ...
There are the obvious answers: Osama bin Laden, whose ideology spread to Iraq in the form of Ansar Al-Islam two years before we removed Saddam from power; Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who founded al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI), the predecessor of ISIS, in the ...
This strand of prophecy was drawn to prominence by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the brutal leader of one of ISIS's predecessor organisations, al-Qaeda in Iraq. Despite being dead for ten years, his quote - "the spark has been lit here in Iraq, and its heat ...
"Ten years ago, the Americans helped Sunni tribal leaders in Anbar Province west of Baghdad form the 'Awakening' movement to defeat a previous incarnation of violent fundamentalist Islam - al-Qaeda in Iraq. "After U.S. troops mostly left Iraq, it was ...
McChrystal oversaw hundreds of commando raids in Iraq, often 10 a night, ultimately leading to the June 7, 2006, airstrike that killed Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the notorious leader of Al-Qaida in Iraq. But the reality, he said, is that helping other ...
The group's English-language magazine was named after Dabiq in a deliberate attempt to play up this imagery. Each issue of "Dabiq" contained a line from al Qaeda in Iraq's founder, Abu Musab al Zarqawi, who drew on preexisting Islamic beliefs. "The ...
He's known the city of Mosul since the earliest days commander of the 101 airborne in 2003. He would be in an out of Iraq for most of the decade securing the election process and training Iraqi troops here.
At the time, JSOC's Task Force in Iraq was in a race against time with al Qaeda in Iraq, and its bloodthirsty leader, Abu Musab Zarqawi.
Several of the terrorists, mainly Abu Musab al-Zarqawi who in Jordan in 1999 founded Jama'at al-Tawhid wal-jihad, which had a partnership with al Qaeda; Zarqawi renamed his organization Al Qaeda in Iraq. He fought against the US in Iraq starting in ...


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