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Abdelmalek Droukdel

Abdelmalek Droukdel, also known by his nom de guerre as Abu Musab Abdel Wadoud, is the emir, or leader, of the Algerian Islamic militant group Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), formerly the Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat (GSPC).

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Nabil Sahraoui

Nabil Sahraoui, alias Mustapha Abou Ibrahim, who was born in Batna, Algeria was an Algerian Islamist militant, and the head of the radical Groupe Salafiste pour la Prédication et le Combat (GSPC, later renamed Al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb) from[...]

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Khaled al-Soufi

Khaled al-Soufi is a Jordanian national of Palestinian Arab origins that is connected to the stabbing of eight people at a popular archaeological site in northern Jordan in November in an attack allegedly inspired by the Islamic State group.

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Osama Abu-Amra

Osama Abu-Amra is a Jordanian national of Palestinian Arab origins that is connected to the stabbing of eight people at a popular archaeological site in northern Jordan in November in an attack allegedly inspired by the Islamic State group. The military[...]

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Mustafa Abu Tuameh

Mustafa Abu Tuameh is a Jordanian national that is connected to the stabbing of eight people at a popular archaeological site in northern Jordan in November in an attack allegedly inspired by the Islamic State group. Tuameh is of Palestinian Arab[...]

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Mourad Fares

Mourad Fares fled Syria in 2014, and was arrested in Turkey and handed over to French authorities the same year. Prosecutors said he played a “crucial” role in the recruiting of young people to fight as jihadists in Syria, and noted[...]

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Islam Otemov

Islam Otemov is Russian citizen who is charged by the Second West District Military Court with terrorism financing. Otemov allegedly transferred money to a member of the Islamic State terrorist organization.

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