Sins of Omissions: The United Nations Ignores Terrorism Within Syrian Rebel Organizations

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On October 23, 2012, Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations Bashar Ja’afari sent a letter to the President of the United Nations Security Council and to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon listing 108 foreign individuals arrested in the Syrian Arab Republic .  All individuals were engaged in terrorist activities within Syria .  Many of these terrorists were members of Al Qaeda in Iraq , others were jihadists from Lebanon, Jordan, Tunisia, Libya, Palestine, Egypt and Australia.

In an interview I had with Ambassador Ja’afari, he confirmed that this letter was also circulated to all United Nations committees concerned with counter-terrorism.  The letter was not translated from the Arabic for several months.  Although the relevant United Nations organs were established to address precisely the crisis of the international spread of terrorism, absolutely no action was taken by any of these United Nations committees to halt or even address this massive invasion into Syria by foreign terrorists who joined the Syrian “rebels.”

United Nations Resolution 1963, Adopted by the Security Council on 20 December, 2010 states:

“Reaffirming that terrorism in all its forms and manifestations constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security and that any acts of terrorism are criminal and unjustifiable regardless of their motivations, whenever and by whomsoever committed, and remaining determined to contribute further to enhancing the effectiveness of the overall effort to fight this scourge on a global level.”

On November 21, 2012, Syrian Ambassador Bashar Ja’afari presented a second letter to the President of the UN Security Council, and to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, containing another list of 143 “Foreign and Arab individuals who were killed in Syria while carrying out their terrorist activities.  The list includes information about each individual:  name, age, date and place of death, and nationality.  The majority of the individuals entered the Syrian Arab Republic illegally, and they hold passports of different nationalities such as:  Qatari, Saudi, Tunisians, Egyptian, Sudanese, Libyans, Afghani, Jordanians, Turks, Yamani, Iraqi, Azerbaijani, Chechnya , Kuwaitis, Palestinians, Lebanese, Algerians, Chadian and Pakistani.”

Ambassador Ja’afari confirmed, in our interview that, again, the translation of the letter from the Arabic was delayed, inexplicably.  He confirmed that this second letter was again circulated to all United Nations committees dealing with counter-terrorism.  Again, absolutely no action was taken by these committees whose responsibility it is to halt the massive spread of terrorists such as are now invading Syria to join the Syrian “opposition.”  Absolutely no action was taken by the UN Security Council to halt this influx of foreign terrorists into Syria , or even to address these letters, despite the fact that many of these jihadists were members of Al Qaeda.

Evidently, all terrorism in unjustifiable, but some terrorism is justifiable.  This incriminating double standard is revealed in two resolutions adopted by the Security Council almost simultaneously with the Syrian Ambassador’s letters, which continue to be ignored.  Resolution 2078, adopted on November 28, 2012, on the Democratic Republic of the Congo states:  “Expresses deep concern at reports indicating that external support continues to be provided to the M23, including through troop reinforcement, tactical advice and the supply of equipment, causing a significant increase of the military abilities of the M23, and reiterates its demand that any and all outside support to the M23 cease immediately.”

On December 20, 2012, Security Council Resolution 2085, under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter was unanimously adopted, stating:  “Demands that Malian rebel groups cut off all ties to terrorist organizations, notably Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) and associated groups, and take concrete and visible steps to this effect, takes note of the listing of Movement of Unity and Jihad in Western Africa (MUJWA) on the Al-Qaeda sanctions list established and maintained by the Committee pursuant to Resolutions 1267 (1999) and 1989 (2011) and further reiterates its readiness to continue to adopt further targeted sanctions, under the above-mentioned regime, against those rebel groups and individuals who do not cut off all ties to Al-Qaeda and associated groups, including AQIM and MUJWA.”

The United Nations failure to condemn the vast numbers of terrorists, particularly those affiliated with Al-Queda, infesting the Syrian “opposition” makes a mockery of the Counter-Terrorism apparatus, whose actions are too often politicized and applied “selectively,” confirming the observation that “All acts of terrorism are criminal and unjustifiable, but some acts of terrorism are welcome if they contribute to regime change in Syria (or in other independent states).”

On January 7, President al-Assad of Syria declared:

“We didn’t choose war, war was imposed on Syria…We are fighting those, most of whom are non-Syrians, who came for twisted concepts and fake terms they call jihad….and I believe that most of you know how this kind of terrorism was fostered three decades ago in Afghanistan by the West and with Arabs’ money.  After the mission of these terrorists ended with the disintegration of the Soviet Union, terrorism broke loose and started hitting everywhere in the Arab world, the Islamic world and then moved to the West…Syria has always been and will remain a free and sovereign country that won’t accept submission and tutelage.

That is why it has been a nuisance for the West….As for the West, the descendant of colonialism and owner of the first seal in the policy of division and despicable sectarian strife, it is the one who closed the door of dialogue, not us.  It’s used to giving orders to the submissive, and we’re used to sovereignty, independence and freedom of decision… because the West is addicted to hirelings and the subjugated, and because we’re raised on dignity and pride, and so we shall remain. …They call it a revolution, but in fact it has nothing to do with revolution.

A revolution needs thinkers.  A revolution is built on thought.  Where are their thinkers?  A revolution needs leaders.  Who is its leader?  Revolutions are built on science and thought and not on ignorance, on pushing the country ahead, not taking it centuries back, on spreading light not cutting power lines.  A revolution is usually done by the people, not by importing foreigners to rebel against the people.

Are those revolutionaries?  They are a bunch of criminals.”

On January 16, the New York Times reported former UN Envoy Kofi Annan “warning that the opposition’s insistence that Mr. Assad step down before any negotiations begin is perpetuating a stalemate and risking a descent into chaos.”  Former Syria advisor to the Obama administration, Frederic C. Hof  “wrote last month that although the opposition has offered general assurances to the one-third of Syrians who belong to minority groups, ‘probably no more than a handful believe it, especially as jihadist groups grow more prominent on the battlefield and issue videotaped calls for the restoration of the Islamic Caliphate.’”

This week Islamic terrorists kidnapped American, French, British, Japanese and Norwegian citizens, together with many Algerians, working at an internationally managed natural gas field in Algeria, killing numerous people.  According to The New York Times, “Energy experts expressed concern that the Algerian raid could signal a new strategy by Islamic militants to attack the West by focusing on Western-operated oil and gas facilities in the region.  Helima Croft, a Barclays Capital senior geopolitical strategist said if groups like Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb ‘decide as a change in tactic they go after Western energy interests, then you have to look at a threat in all these countries.’”

The kidnapping this week in Algeria was masterminded by Mokhtar Belmokhtar, who got his terrorist training in Afghanistan in the 1980s.

President Assad stated, rightly, that:  “The Syrian opposition has nothing to do with revolution.  Revolutions are built on science and thought and not on ignorance, on pushing the country ahead, not taking it centuries back, on spreading light, not cutting power lines.”  The kidnapping this week in Algeria was masterminded by Mokhtar Belmokhtar,  one of many who got their terrorist training in Afghanistan in the 1980s, and then spread throughout the Middle East, Africa, parts of Asia, Chechnya and elsewhere.    These terrorists are not only claiming the lives of thousands of Syrian civilians and government officials, but as these barbarians inflict their sharia law, which violates every civilized protection guaranteed by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the world is being driven back to the most primitive stage.  Amputations of limbs,, floggings and flaying to death, blinding schoolgirls with acid, stoning young girls to death is the trademark of these terrorists, reminiscent of the darkest ages of the inquisition and medieval superstition.

It is ironic, indeed, that on January 20, The New York Times front page stated:  “As the uprising closed in around him, the LIbyan dictator Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi warned that if he fell, chaos and holy war would overtake North Africa.  ‘Bin Laden’s people would come to impose ransoms by land and sea,’ he told reporters.  ‘We will go back to the time of Redbeard, of pirates, of Ottomans imposing ransoms on boats.’”    “In recent days, that grim prophecy has acquired a new currency.”  On page 15, the caption beneath the photograph of Qaddafi reads:  “His warnings before his ouster sounded melodramatic, but have proved to be prescient as the area has become easier for jihadists to operate in.”

One year following his murder, Qaddafi is being quoted as a prophet.  If the government of President Assad is destroyed, it is very probable that Assad’s words will soon, also,  be regarded as prophetic.


The letter presented by the Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations is reproduced below.

United Nations S/2012/867

Security Council Distr.: General

3 December 2012

Original: English

12-62458 (E) 061212 071212

*1262458*

Identical letters dated 21 November 2012 from the Permanent Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General and the President of the Security Council

Upon instructions from my Government, in the light of the ongoing terrorist attacks that have been conducted by the armed terrorist groups in the Syrian ArabRepublic, and following our previous letters, I am transmitting herewith a list that contains the names of 143 foreign and Arab individuals who were killed in Syria while carrying out their terrorist activities. The list includes information about each individual’s name, age, date and place of death, and nationality.

The majority of the individuals entered the Syrian Arab Republic illegally, and they hold different nationalities, such as Qatari, Saudi Arabian, Tunisian, Egyptian, Sudanese, Libyan, Afghani, Jordanian, Turkish, Yemeni, Iraqi, Azerbaijani, Chechen, Kuwaiti,Palestinian, Lebanese, Algerian, Chadian and Pakistani (see annex).

It would be greatly appreciated if the present letter and its annex could be issued as a document of the Security Council.

(Signed) Bashar Ja’afari

Ambassador

Permanent Representative

S/2012/867

2 12-62458

[Original: Arabic]


[Annexed to the letter]

[List of  143 foreign and Arab individuals who were killed in Syria while carrying out their terrorist activities]

[Global Research previously published the list of 108 foreign individuals involved in terrorist acts and arrested by the Syrian authorities]

No. Nationality Name and surname Incident Date

1 Palestinian Syrian Muhammad Sulayman Ibn Khidr Wasna Killed while attacking the Khanasir area and its police station in Safirah, Aleppo

2 February 2012

2 Libyan Safwan Abdullah al-Affani (age 40) Killed with other terrorists in the Kafr  Karmin forest and interred in Anjarah, Aleppo

7 August 2012

3 Afghan Abu Abdullah (age 37) Killed with other terrorists in Dar Ta‘izzah, Aleppo

11 September 2012

4 Afghan Abu Ayyub al-Aridi (age 61) Killed with other terrorists in Dar Ta‘izzah,  Aleppo

11 September 2012

5 Tunisian Al-Marzuq Billah (age 41) Killed with other terrorists in Dar Ta‘izzah, Aleppo

11 September 2012

6 Egyptian Also known as “Abu Imad” (Al-Qaida) Killed with other terrorists in Dar Ta‘izzah, Aleppo

11 September 2012

7 Sudanese Abdurahman al-Ibrahim (Al-Qaida) Killed with other terrorists in Dar Ta‘izzah, Aleppo

11 September 2012

8 Tunisian Nasir Abdullah Abu al-Walid (Al-Qaida) Killed while driving a stolen tank in front of the artillery corps in Aleppo

11 September 2012

9 Libyan Abu Khalid (age 37, Al-Qaida) Killed in a stolen tank in front of the artillery corps in Aleppo

11 September 2012

10 Afghan Abu Qatadah (age 45, sniper) Killed in Ibizimu as a result of clashes with the Army

14 September 2012

11 Libyan Abu Khalil, aka “al-Mukhadram” (age 43) Killed with other terrorists as a result of  clashes with the Army in Atarib

16 September 2012

12 Tunisian Also known as “Sheikh of the Revolutionaries” (age 48) (Al-Qaida) Killed with other terrorists as a result of clashes with the Army in the countryside near Atarib

22 September 2012

13 Afghan Al-Nasir Sayf al-Din (age 41) Killed while attacking a missile battery in Aleppo

30 September 2012

14 Libyan Husayn Muhammad Sabir, mother Layla (born 1976) Killed with other terrorists in the Sayf al-Dawlah quarter, Aleppo

20 August 2012

15 Libyan Abu al-Qasim Killed during clashes in the town of Bashqatin, Aleppo

28 August 2012

16 Yemeni Mus‘ab Muhammad Abdullah al-Huthi Nusrah Front and Jihad hideout targeted in the Kallasah quarter, Aleppo

19 September 2012

17 Saudi Arabian Hassan al-Shamri Nusrah Front and Jihad hideout targeted in the Kallasah quarter, Aleppo

19 September 2012

18 Saudi Arabian Khalid al-Zahrani Nusrah Front and Jihad hideout targeted in the Kallasah quarter, Aleppo

19 September 2012

19 Qatari Sabir Hajim Fardan Nusrah Front and Jihad hideout targeted in the Kallasah quarter, Aleppo

19 September 2012

20 Afghan Muskhayif Izz al-Islam Nusrah Front and Jihad hideout targeted in the Kallasah quarter, Aleppo

19 September 2012

21 Afghan Muskhayif Shayshin Nusrah Front and Jihad hideout targeted in the Kallasah quarter, Aleppo

19 September 2012

22 Egyptian Abu al-Abbas from Giza Terrorist group targeted in Qabtan al Jabal, Aleppo

19 September 2012

23 Jordanian Sattam Tarawinah Terrorist group targeted at the Qadi Askar roundabout in Aleppo

21 September 2012

24 Turkish Qushar Terrorist group targeted in the town of Bashqatin, Aleppo

21 September 2012

25 Libyan Abu Hamza al-Libi (age 51) Terrorist group targeted in the town of Bashqatin, Aleppo

20 September 2012

26 Saudi Arabian Abdulaziz Sulayman (age 41) Terrorist group targeted in the town of Kafr Naha, Aleppo

24 September 2012

27 Saudi Arabian Fayyad Abdulaziz Abdullah Terrorist group targeted in Khan al-Asal, Aleppo

27 September 2012

28 Saudi Arabian Also known as “al-Harithi” Terrorist hideout targeted in Aleppo 4 October 2012

29 Saudi Arabian Abdulkarim al-Zayd Terrorist gathering targeted in the west of Rif Halab

4 October 2012

30 Libyan Abu Qaysar (age 28) Terrorist gathering targeted in Atarib, Aleppo

8 October 2012

31 Saudi Arabian Abdulaziz Hamid al-Anzi Terrorist gathering targeted in Atarib, Aleppo

8 October 2012

32 Iraqi Mahmud Tallal al-Fahd (age 37) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

9 October 2012

33 Saudi Arabian Khalaf al-Sawwan Ibn Sayf al-Din Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

9 October 2012

34 Qatari Sufyan Faysal al-Zubaydi Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

10 October 2012

35 Saudi Arabian Abdullah al-Rathyan (age 41) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

10 October 2012

36 Saudi Arabian Safwan Abdullah Barhumi Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

11 October 2012

37 Saudi Arabian Abdulaziz al-Nayif (age 49) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

12 October 2012

38 Yemeni Salih al-Ma‘yuf (age 41) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

12 October 2012

39 Egyptian Riyad al-Sarhan (aka “the Leopard”, approximately age 40) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

13 October 2012

40 Saudi Arabian Khalil Abdulaziz (age 31, aka “Abu Jawad”) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

13 October 2012

41 Egyptian Izz al-Din al-Masri (age 37, aka “Abu  Najm”) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

13 October 2012

42 Afghan Sayf al-Din Shakir (age 43, aka “the Drill”) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

14 October 2012

43 Saudi Arabian Satuf al-Sa‘i (age 38, aka “Abu A’ishah”) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an

14 October 2012

44 Qatari Hamid Abdulaziz (age 45, aka “al-Mukhadram”)

Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

15 October 2012

45 Egyptian Abdulbari al-Samid (age 37, aka “Abu Sufyan)

Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

15 October 2012

46 Yemeni Isma‘il al-Ridwan (age 42, aka “Abu Ziyad”) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

16 October 2012

47 Saudi Arabian Nasir Abdulaziz al-Farim Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

16 October 2012

48 Azerbaijani Khasin Kazili (age 40) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

17 October 2012

49 Egyptian Abu Ubaydah al-Masri (age 43) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

17 October 2012

50 Saudi Arabian Hamud al-Alyan (age 41, aka “Abu Salma”) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

18 October 2012

51 Saudi Arabian Abdulwahid al-Najafi (age 45, aka “Sheikh of the Revolutionaries”) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

18 October 2012

52 Qatari Riyad Sulayman al-Na’if (age 36) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

18 October 2012

53 Saudi Arabian Isa al-Fayyad Abu al-Abd (age 38) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

18 October 2012

54 Libyan Ziyad Misrati (age 42, aka “Abu al-Qasim”)  Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

18 October 2012

55 Qatari Abu Dawud al-Qatari (age 42, aka “al-Faruq”) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

20 October 2012

56 Pakistani Jaki Sharif (age 45) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside near Atarib and Sim‘an

22 October 2012

57 Afghan Al-Muntasir Billah (age 36) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside near Atarib and Sim‘an

22 October 2012

58 Saudi Arabian Abdulaziz al-Mut‘ab (age 40, aka “Abu Hamza”) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

23 October 2012

59 Qatari Subh al-Mash‘al (age 36) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

23 October 2012

60 Libyan Uklah al-Qasimi (age 43) Terrorist gathering targeted in the countryside west of Sim‘an and Atarib

25 October 2012

61 Saudi Arabian Talal al-Muhjam (age 43) Killed during a violation of the Id al-Adha truce

26 October 2012

62 Egyptian Abdulwahhab bin Ibrahim (age 35) Killed during the attack on 46th battalion in Atarib

27 October 2012

63 Afghan Nur al-Din (age 47, aka “Abu Hamza”) Killed during the attack on 46th battalion in Atarib

27 October 2012

64 Iraqi Isma‘il al-Kurdi (age 35) Killed during the attack on 46th battalion in Atarib

27 October 2012

65 Chechen Islamov (age 43) Killed during the attack on 46th battalion in Atarib

27 October 2012

66 Kuwaiti Abdullah Abdulsattar (age 41, aka “al-Akid”) Killed during the attack on 46th battalion in Atarib

30 October 2012

67 Egyptian Dawud al-Masri (age 38, aka “Abu Abdulrahman”) Killed during the attack on 46th battalion in Atarib

30 October 2012

68 Iraqi Also known as “Abu Ja‘far al-Iraqi” (age 40) Killed when a terrorist convoy was targeted in the town of Urum al-Kubra

31 October 2012

 

69 Saudi Arabian Muhammad Salim (age 38, aka “Abu al-Umar”) Killed in western Rif Halab

2 November 2012

70 Iraqi Abdulrahman al-Sabak (age 32) Killed in western Rif Halab

3 November 2012

71 Saudi Arabian Ayyub Abdulaziz al-Mu‘ti (age 38) Killed in western Rif Halab

3 November 2012

72 Libyan Al-Mu‘tazz Billah (age 25, aka “Abu Ali”) Killed in western Rif Halab

6 November 2012

73 Saudi Arabian Abdulrazzaq Qasim al-Khalid (age 37, Al-Qaida) Killed a number of terrorists in Khan al-Asal, Aleppo

7 November 2012

74 Egyptian Abu Maryam al-Masri (age 25, Al-Qaida) Killed with a number of other terrorists in the Aleppo area

8 November 2012

75 Libyan Awad al-Karabi (age 26, Al-Qaida) Killed with a number of other terrorists in the Aleppo area

8 November 2012

76 Saudi Arabian Fa’iz Munawar al-Rumali (Al-Qaida) Killed with a number of other terrorists in Aleppo

10 November 2012

77 Saudi Arabian Sulayman Abu Tallal Killed with a number of other terrorists in the Aleppo area

12 November 2012

78 Sudanese Abu Sharahbil Killed with a number of other terrorists in the Marjah quarter, Aleppo

15 November 2012

79 Libyan Abu Hudhayfah Killed with a number of other terrorists in the Marjah quarter, Aleppo

15 November 2012

80 Palestinian Mahmud Ahmad Shatiti Killed with other terrorists in Bab Hud in Homs

6 July 2012

81 Lebanese Walid Ramzi al-Kurdi Killed with other terrorists in the town of Nazariyah, Homs

6 July 2012

82 Lebanese Salah Matr Killed with other terrorists in the town of Jusiyah Homs

22 August 2012

83 Lebanese Hamud Amun Killed with other terrorists in the town of Jusiyah, Homs

22 August 2012

84 Lebanese Usamah Amun Killed with other terrorists in Madinat al-Hisn, Homs

22 August 2012

85 Lebanese Khalid Asbar “Abu al-Mawt” Killed with other terrorists in Madinat al-Husn, Homs

14 August 2012

86 Saudi Arabian Yusuf Muhammad Ali al-Salimi Killed in Kafr Laha with seven other Arab terrorists, including the Saudi Arabian Abu Ali al-Khuzami

9 November 2012

87 Saudi Arabian Umar Jadu‘ Ubayd Killed with other terrorists in Bab Hud in Homs

14 November 2012

88 Libyan Muhammad al-Riyani Killed with other terrorists in Bab Hud in Homs

14 November 2012

89 Libyan Salih Muhammad al-Hasi Killed with other terrorists in Bab Hud in Homs

14 November 2012

90 Libyan Salih al-Sannusi Killed with other terrorists in Bab Hud in Homs

14 November 2012

91 Saudi Arabian Muhammad Khalid al-Dusari Killed with other terrorists in the Khalidiyah quarter, Homs

16 November 2012

92 Saudi Arabian Abdulqadir al-Jisri Killed with other terrorists in the Khalidiyah quarter, Homs

16 November 2012

93 Saudi Arabian Muhammad Awad al-Khalidi Killed with other terrorists in the Khalidiyah quarter, Homs

16 November 2012

94 Libyan Miftah al-Sannusi Killed with other terrorists in the Khalidiyah quarter, Homs

16 November 2012

95 Libyan Salih al-Bar‘asi Killed with other terrorists in the Khalidiyah quarter, Homs

16 November 2012

96 Turkish Qasim Qandazdar Killed with other terrorists in the Khalidiyah quarter, Homs

16 November 2012

97 Saudi Arabian Wardan al-Ha’ili Killed with other terrorists in the Khalidiyah quarter, Homs

 

98 Saudi Arabian Khalif Ahmad al-Khalidi Killed with other terrorists in the Khalidiyah quarter, Homs

16 November 2012

99 Saudi Arabian Muhammad Khalid al-Ruwayli Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

100 Saudi Arabian Abdulbari Ajman Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

101 Saudi Arabian Khalid Afsh al-Bakkar Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

102 Saudi Arabian Hamad Yusuf al-Abud Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

103 Saudi Arabian Suhayb al-Jarih Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

104 Saudi Arabian Malik Naqqash Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

105 Tunisian Walid al-Bar Hasan Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

106 Tunisian Jadallah Muhammad Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

107 Algeria Abdulqadir Kashkul Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

108 Chadian Salih Abdulhayy Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

109 Jordanian Abdullah Makki Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

110 Libyan Awad Salih al-Sannusi Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

111 Libyan Farhan al-Sannusi Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

 

112 Libyan Qays al-Wardani Killed with other terrorists in the Warshah quarter, Homs

17 November 2012

113 Tunisian Sa‘ud Qurashi Car containing terrorists targeted in Aleppo

29 August 2012

114 Tunisian Badawi Bakkar Car containing terrorists targeted in Aleppo

29 August 2012

115 Tunisian Sari al-Baradini Car containing terrorists targeted in Aleppo

29 August 2012

116 Kuwaiti Salim al-Anzi Car containing terrorists targeted in Aleppo

29 August 2012

117 Libyan Uthman al-Naba‘i Killed at a terrorist training centre in Dayr al-Zawr

2 September 2012

118 Saudi Arabian Zafir al-Ujaymi Killed with other terrorists in Dayr al-Zawr

13 September 2012

119 Tunisian Jallal al-Tunisi Killed with other terrorists in Dayr al-Zawr

14 September 2012

120 Yemeni Yahya Salih al-Subhan Killed with elements of the Nusrah Front in Dayr al-Zawr

26 September 2012

121 Saudi Arabian Ibrahim Bakhitan Arar Killed with other terrorists in Basrah al-Sham

25 July 2012

122 Tunisian Al-Hadi bin Bashir al-Qadiri (born 1984) In the town of Badama at Jisr ash Shughur

28 February 2012

123 Libyan Ali al-Awjali (aka “Abu Nasir”) Killed with other terrorists in Idlib

30 August 2012

124 Saudi Arabian Hamid al-Anzi While attacking the oil refinery in Saraqib

11 October 2012

125 Saudi Arabian Muhammad Salim al-Harbi While attacking the oil refinery in Saraqib

11 October 2012

126 Saudi Arabian Abullah al-Dusari While attacking the oil refinery in Saraqib

11 October 2012

127 Saudi Arabian Khalid Hamad al-Nasir While attacking the oil refinery in Saraqib

11 October 2012

128 Saudi Arabian Amir Dakhil al-Jahn While attacking the oil refinery in Saraqib

11 October 2012

129 – Muzahim Abdulrahman al-Aythami While attacking the oil refinery in Saraqib

11 October 2012

130 Saudi Arabian Abduljabbar Jarrah While attacking the oil refinery in Saraqib

11 October 2012

131 Turkish Nihat Sagdic While attacking the oil refinery in Saraqib

11 October 2012

132 Turkish M. Ollaz Kuvdish While attacking the oil refinery in Saraqib

11 October 2012

133 Turkish Kalbimd Dovca While attacking the oil refinery in Saraqib

11 October 2012

134 Afghan Uthman Mirza During a clash in Saraqib

23 October 2012

135 Afghan Azur al-Din Murad During a clash in Saraqib

23 October 2012

136 Chechen Abu Barra’ al-Shayshani During a clash in Saraqib

25 October 2012

137 Saudi Arabian Fahd al-Zabyani During a clash at Mahmabil, Idlib

17 October 2012

138 Chechen Ihsan Killed at a terrorist training centre in Dayr al-Zawr

2 September 2012

139 Libyan Siraj Killed at a terrorist training centre in Dayr al-Zawr

2 September 2012

140 Libyan Al-Shaykh Mahdi, aka “Abu Salma” Killed with other terrorists during destruction of a car bomb in Husayniyyah School in Dayr al-Zawr

17 September 2012

141 Iraqi Adham Iraqi car carrying arms and ammunition destroyed in Albu Kamal

22 September 2012

142 Iraqi Abu Qatadah, “Mufti of the Terrorists” Killed with other terrorists at the Suluk School in Tall Abyad

11 October 2012

143 Saudi Arabian Shaykh Abu Mu‘adh Killed with other terrorists at the Suluk School in Tall Abyad

11 October 2012

 


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