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Maxime Hauchard

In the video, Hauchard is seen marching with other unmasked IS terrorists outside of a town identified as Dabeq in northern Syria. Each jihadi, clad in camouflage and black hat, escorts a Syrian captive to a death squad-style line up. Simultaneously,[...]

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Wiji Joko Santoso

"Abu Seif" is the head of Jemaah Islamiyah's (JI's) Foreign Affairs division and a key player in JI's outreach efforts in Syria. On a number of occasions in 2012 and early 2013, Abu Seif traveled outside Indonesia on behalf of JI.[...]

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Khaled Sharrouf

As a teenager Khaled was a drug-addled petty criminal, whose substance abuse led to chronic mental illness (schizophrenia). Most likely caused by his sustained use of LSD, ecstasy and amphetamines. Sharrouf rose to global prominence in 2014, when he posted picture,[...]

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Neil Christopher Prakash

Prakash is an Islamic State militant and recruiter who is of Fiji-Indian and Cambodian descent. Prakash (who converted from Buddhism to Islam), served as a public face for the ISIS. He appears in many group videos. Christopher known as Abu Khaled[...]

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Ali Damush

Damush is a senior leader of Hezbollah. He leads Hizbollah's Foreign Relations Department, which engages in covert terrorist operations around the world on behalf of Hizballah, including recruiting terrorist operatives and gathering intelligence.

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Mustafa Mughniyeh

Mughniyeh is a Hezbollah commander with extensive family links to the Lebanon-based militant group. He's the nephew of Hezbollah's previous military commander, Mustafa Badreddine, who was killed in an explosion near the Syrian capital in last year. He is also a[...]

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