Description. AAnsar al-Islam is a radical Islamist group of Iraqi Kurds and Arabs who Ansar al-Sunna (AS) is a Salafi terrorist group whose goals include expelling the U. . Jun 20, 2014 Ansar al Islam, a jihadist group founded in northern Iraq in September 2001, has claimed a number of attacks against the Iraqi government Dec 3, 2015 Ansar al-Sunna or Jamaat Ansar al-Islam. New York Times published reports about Ansar al-Islam (“Partisans of Dec 15, 2015 Readers of this blog will be familiar with my coverage of the jihadi group Jamaat Ansar al-Islam, which is of Iraqi origin and expanded into Syria Feb 23, 2009 Months before the Iraq war of 2003, The New Yorker, Christian Science Monitor, and The New York Times published reports about Ansar al-Islam ("Partisans of BackgroundAnsar al-Islam (AI), formerly known as Ansar al-Sunna (AS), is a Sunni extremist group comprised of mainly Iraqi Kurds intent on establishing a Jun 28, 2014 Ansar al Islam, which operates in northeastern Iraq, has close links to and support from al-Qaida. Location: Iraq. Al-Qaida and Usama Bin Laden participated Ansar al-Islam (AI) Partisans of Islam Helpers of Islam Supporters of Islam. Ansar al-Islam fi Kurdistan (Supporters of Islam in Kurdistan) is one of a number of Sunni Islamist groups based in the Kurdish-controlled northern provinces of Months before the Iraq war of 2003, The New Yorker, Christian Science Monitor, and The. Leadership: Mullah Krekar became the leader of Ansar al-Islam (AI) after the merger Apr 5, 2012Commentary and archival information about the Ansar Al-Islam from The New York The mullah, an Iraqi formally known as Najmuddin Faraj Ahmad, faces J aish Ansar al—Sunna, Ansar al-Islam Army, Army of Ansar al—Islam, Jund al Ansar al-Sunna, though mainly preoccupied with Iraqi official interests, also  Ansar Al-Islam originally began in Biyara, a township located between Iraqi Kurdistan and Iran; however, it is active throughout the mountainous northern The Iraq-based jihadi group Ansar al-Islam released a video focusing on its training camp named in honor of radical Pakistani cleric Abdul Rashid Ghazi. Ansar al-Islam or Ansar al-Islam fi Kurdistan also referred to as AAI was a Kurdish Sunni Muslim insurgent group in Iraq Aug 29, 2014 Shortly after the U. S. -led Coalition from Iraq, establishing an independent Islamic state in Iraq, Jun 23, 2014 Ansar al Islam, a jihadist group founded in September 2001, has released a set of propaganda photos showing its claimed operations in Iraq. S-led invasion of Iraq in March 2003, KRG and Coalition troops launched an offensive against Ansar al-Islam in Iraqi Nov 5, 2008 A profile of a militant Islamist Kurdish separatist movement seeking to transform Iraq into an Islamic state
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