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Announcing a split from Al Qaeda could play into the group’s long-term strategy. Charles Lister, an expert on Syrian jihadist groups and senior fellow at the Middle East Institute, profiled Jabhat al-Nusra for the Brookings Institution this month. He predicted the split from Al Qaeda and explained its significance in the paper: Whatever the outcome, it remains hard to fathom how the majority of Jabhat al-Nusra’s leadership could truly renounce and give up their decades-long devotion to al-Qaida’s global vision. Ultimately, while symbolically of very great significance, any potential decision.

Al-Qaeda said earlier that it supported the split. Its second in command, Ahmed Hassan Abu al-Khayr, said the organisation had instructed "the leadership of the Nusra Front to go ahead with what protects the interests of Islam and Muslims and what protects jihad" in Syria.

Al Qaeda Central’s leader, Ayman al Zawahiri, tried to mediate the dispute between al-Baghdadi and al-Jolani but eventually, in October 2013, he endorsed al-Nusra Front as the official franchise of al Qaeda Central in Syria. Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, however, defied the nominal authority of al Qaeda Central and declared himself as the Caliph of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. Keeping this background in mind, it becomes amply clear that a single organization operated in Syria and Iraq under the leadership of al-Baghdadi until April 2013, which chose the banner of al-Nusra Front. Al-Qaeda Central is basically a transnational terrorist organization which targets the Western countries; while al-Nusra Front, Islamic State and many other Syrian militant organizations only have regional ambitions and their ideology is anti-Shi’a and sectarian, rather than anti-West or anti-Zionist, as such.

Al Qaeda’s central leadership in Pakistan has officially renounced ties with an increasingly independent ISIL. Slideshow 1961728 by prue. Al Qaeda, ISIL, Split Ties, Al Qaeda, ISIL split will likely have a mixed effect on US interests in the region. Within its statement, Al Qaeda endorsed Jabhat al-Nusra, as its official branch in Syria. Jabhat al-Nusra, a powerful Islamist jihadi group, is already popular with Islamist and secular rebel groups and may benefit from its exclusive Al Qaeda status.

Al-Julani did - though this was missed by the "experts" in the networks - make passing reference to Bin Laden, giving the murdered al-Qaeda leader's blessing to the split because he had once said that the interests of the Muslim homeland "take precedence over any state". So the break with al-Qaeda was mutual and all in the interests of the suffering Syrian people, and so on, and so on. Washington dismissed the story as a "rebranding" exercise - without giving the slightest indication that the whole tale was a reboot.

al-Qaida, al-Qa’ida). A profile of the international terrorist network that the United States has singled out as the most serious threat to . Backgrounder by Jayshree Bajoria and Greg Bruno. What are al-Qaeda’s origins? Al-Qaeda grew out of the Services Office, a clearinghouse for the international Muslim brigade opposed to the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. In the 1980s, the Services Office-run by bin Laden and the Palestinian religious scholar Abdullah Azzam-recruited, trained, and financed thousands of foreign mujahadeen, or holy warriors, from more than fifty countries. Bin Laden wanted these fighters to continue the "holy war" beyond Afghanistan. He formed al-Qaeda around 1988. Where does al-Qaeda operate? There is no single headquarters

Al-Qaeda: Al-Qaeda, broad-based militant Islamist organization founded by Osama bin Laden in the late 1980s. It began as a logistical network to support Muslims fighting against the Soviet Union during the Afghan War and transformed into the active terrorist organization known for carrying out the September 11 attacks of 2001. Al-Qaeda, Arabic al-Qāʿidah ( the Base ), broad-based militant Islamist organization founded by Osama bin Laden in the late 1980s. Osama bin Laden: Building al-Qaeda. Shortly after the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in 1979, bin Laden, who viewed the invasion as an act of aggression against Islam, bega. l-Qaeda began as a logistical network to support Muslims fighting against the Soviet Union during the Afghan War; members were recruited throughout the Islamic world.


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