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ISIS ignores fighters' criminal record in home countries: leaked data

#ISIS Leaks | 2016-05-24 20:26:12
ISIS ignores fighters' criminal record in home countries: leaked data

Writing by Ethar Abdul Haq

(Zaman Al Wasl)-  Islamic State has deliberately ignored the criminal record of its affiliates in an effort to show them immaculate and virtuous jihadists, leaked data shows.

ISIS jihadists were demanded by the ISIS General Directorate of Borders to acknowledge in the registration form their criminal record if they have any.

The leaked data that obtained by Zaman al-Wasl months ago classified three types of jihadists in regard to their criminal record.

The first jihadist group who had been sentenced over looting, robbery and small crimes. The second who had been sentenced due to their jihaidi background and the third who had been joined ISIS over recommendation by jihadists who still in prison.

 The documents showed many of ISIS fighters had joined ISIS as soon as they finished their imprisonment periods like Abu Sadiq al-Andanosi, (Indonesian) said he joined ISIS, Abu Khubaib al-Azadi (Saudi). Abu Abdul Karim al-Titwani from Morocco joined ISIS after fifty days from the date of his release from prison in Morocco.


-    Abu Hisham al-Almani,(German national), spent two years in prison due to criminal cases and fights.

-    Abu Abdul Rahaman al-Irani (From Iran), who joined ISIS in 2013, had spent period in Pakistani prison.  Reason was not mentioned.

-    Abu Saad al-Sharqawi, Saudi national, was imprisoned in Saudi Arbaia. Hid data form showed. The recruiter was Abu Nofa al-Jazrawi, Syrian national and the in charge recruiting indigenous fighters in Raqqa, the de facto ISIS capital.

-    Abu Yousef al-Maghribi and Aby al-Bara’ al-Maghribi (Two Moroccan national) enter ISIS stronghold in Feb. 2014 were in ex-inmates according to their data.

-    Abu Omar al-Feranci (French national) spent 5 years in prison on charges of theft.

-    Abu Abdulla al-Ozbaki (from Uzbekistan) was sentenced several times on charges of stealing cars.

-    Abu Huthaifa al-Masri (Egyptian) spent one year in prison. Reason was ignored in the entry form.
-    Abu Noura from Saudi Arabia spent five months in Syria prison.


ISIS data document is including 23 questions, starting with the Jihadist's first name, last name, code name, date of birth and nationality. The jihadist who cross the Islamic State's borders for the first time is ought to acknowledge the Borders Administration everything about himself, even what he wants to be in ISIS, a fighter or a suicide bomber.

The document gives the jihadists who want to join ISIS the choice of profession, what does he want to be: a suicide bomber, a martyr, a fighter, or an administrative worker. And many of the people who join the Islamic State as administrative workers have degrees in engineering, computers and many strong majors.

The documents it posted had the word "secret" at the bottom, while on the top it had the name "Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant," or ISIL, on one top corner and the "General Directorate of Borders" on the other.



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