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August 14 2013

Le chef d'une des branches d'Al Qaeda en Syrie serait mort :

Le chef d’une des branches d’Al Qaeda en Syrie serait mort :
http://www.aawsat.net/2013/08/article55313503

The commander of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), a major Islamist opposition group fighting the government of Bashar Al-Assad, was killed in the city of Salamiyah near Hama during a failed attack the rebel group launched against government forces on Sunday, Asharq Al-Awsat has learnt.

A member of the Syrian opposition, speaking to Asharq Al-Awsat on condition of anonymity, said: “Imad Ahmad, a Palestinian national, the commander-in-chief of the ISIS, was killed last Sunday in the eastern suburbs of Hama.”

Note : insister sur le conditionnel. Avec la reprise en main du dossier syrien par Bandar Bin Sultan, je ne doute pas que l’on va nous annoncer, dans les semaines qui viennent, par petites touches successives, la disparition d’Al Qaeda en Syrie.

August 12 2013

Division among Syria's Islamist groups is growing deeper

Division among Syria’s Islamist groups is growing deeper
http://www.thenational.ae/thenationalconversation/comment/division-among-syrias-islamist-groups-is-growing-deeper

The global Al Qaeda-led jihad movement is witnessing sharp divisions that seem no longer containable. For two main reasons, Al Zawahiri can’t allow the leader of ISIS, with its mainly Iraqi fighting force, to annex Al Nusra with its mainly Syrian fighters to his virtual state.

The first reason is of a practical nature: a merger of Al Qaeda-affiliated Islamist groups in Iraq and Syria would focus effective power in the hands of Mr Al Baghdadi, turning Al Zawahiri into a mere symbolic leader with no real leverage on the ground.

The second reason is ideological. Syria, known in religious texts as Al Sham, holds a special sentimental and religious value for fervent extremist fighters. They regard the Syrian war as an act of obedience to the Prophet’s commandments and a realisation of his vision.

In jihadist ideology, then, the fight in Syria takes precedence to any other fight. Syria has indeed become the largest ground for jihadist battles in the world and the man who prevails on this battlefield will hold effective power.

Tu auras pu déjà lire ceci dans le Akhbar :
http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/golani-vs-baghdadi-al-qaeda’s-internal-war-syria
mais il n’est pas anodin de retrouver ça dans The National d’Abu Dhabi.

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