Nasur Muhammad Awad al-Ghidani Al-Harbi
Born: 20 July 1974; alt. 05 September 1974;
Place of Birth: Al-Qasim, Saudi Arabia;
Citizen: Saudi Arabia.
In mid-2015, Saudi Arabian national al-Harbi (an ISIL leader in Yemen), allegedly recruited for ISIL’s military forces in Yemen.
Around 2014, al-Harbi received funding to implement ISIL’s strategy in Yemen. In late 2014, al-Harbi, the self-proclaimed ISIL leader in Yemen, facilitated the movement of people and material for ISIL operations in Saudi Arabia.
He was in Yemen with a group that pledged allegiance to ISIL and received significant funding from either ISIL or an unidentified donor.
As of September 2014, al-Harbi and others established contact with ISIL, and sought pledges of allegiance on ISIL’s behalf.
Al-Harbi was commissioned by ISIL in Syria to gather pledges of allegiance in Yemen. He declined to recruit and facilitate efforts in Yemen on behalf of AQAP in favor of an alleged promise of 4,000 AQIM fighters by ISIL leader Dr. Ibrahim al-Badri (known as, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi). As of 2014, al-Harbi had provided funds to ISIL.
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