samedi 26 septembre 2015

Le leader religieux du groupe islamiste Ahrar al-Sham est un Kurde syrien : Abu Mohammed al-Sadeq




"Ahrar al-Sham’s broader internal political evolution and outreach to the West, however, had upset some of its leaders. Although its editorials reflected four months of internal deliberation, Ahrar al-Sham’s religious leadership—headed by a Kurd, Abu Mohammed al-Sadeq—opposed some aspects of the group’s overt alignment with nationalist projects. A debate ensued between leaders during a series of meetings in northern Syria and southern Turkey in mid-August. According to several sources involved in the discussions, the leaders discussed the possibility of replacing the group’s “first row” of leaders with “more highly qualified and experienced” (in other words more moderate) figures, in line with the end of Hashem al-Sheikh’s 12-month term as leader on September 10, 2015.[48]"

Source : https://www.ctc.usma.edu/posts/al-qaida-plays-a-long-game-in-syria

"Ibn Nabih ‏@IbnNabih1 18 août

Interesting trivia;
The head shar'i of Ahrar al-Sham, Abu Muhammad al-Sadeq is ethnically a Kurd, reportedly from Afrin area."

Source : https://twitter.com/IbnNabih1/status/633677786457186306

Ahrar al-Sham fait partie du Front islamique, lequel est une composante importante de la rébellion syrienne. Il s'oppose à la fois à Assad, à l'EI et au PYD.

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