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    The widening of the circle of candidates for the "caliphate of Al-Zawahiri"

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    The widening of the circle of candidates for the "caliphate of Al-Zawahiri" Empty The widening of the circle of candidates for the "caliphate of Al-Zawahiri"

    Post by Rocky Sat Sep 03, 2022 7:53 am

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    [size=52]The widening of the circle of candidates for the "caliphate of Al-Zawahiri"[/size]

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    [size=45]The list of potential candidates to succeed Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of al-Qaeda who was killed in an American raid early last month in Afghanistan, has recently expanded. The list of candidates for the "leadership of al-Qaeda" includes new names: Abu Ubaida Yousef al-Annabi, Khaled Batarfi, and Omar Ahmed Diri, In addition to Saif Al-Adl, and Abdel-Rahman Al-Maghribi.[/size]
    [size=45]According to the Egyptian researcher specializing in the affairs of fundamentalist movements, Ahmed Zagloul, “Al-Qaeda is witnessing a state of (disintegration) now,” adding that “this (disintegration) appeared clearly with the (test) of the new leader. Who will succeed al-Zawahiri?[/size]
    [size=45]The Egyptian researcher specializing in the affairs of fundamentalist movements, Amr Abdel Moneim, confirmed that, “With the delay in the announcement of the new leader of the organization, there were many voices from within the organization opposing Saif al-Adel’s candidacy, despite all previous predictions indicating that he had the greatest luck.” Abdel Moneim explained that “the voices opposing Saif al-Adl believe that there are many leaders who are qualified to assume the responsibility of leading the organization during the coming period, and these qualified people include Al-Anabi, Batarfi, Deri, and Al-Maghrabi, in addition to some other leading names, especially in Yemen and Somalia,” explaining that “The support of the group rejecting Saif al-Adl (a group that was close to al-Zawahiri), is his presence in Iran, in addition to his being far from the stage.”[/size]
    [size=45]Batarfi is the leader of the al-Qaeda branch in the Arabian Peninsula, and leadership passed to him after the killing of Qassem al-Rimi in an American raid in February 2020, while al-Anabi (known as Yazid Mubarak) is the leader of al-Qaeda in the Maghreb. Dire, better known as Ahmed Omar or Abu Obeid, is the leader of the Somali (al-Shabab) movement. The Moroccan, Abu Muhammad Abati, was the closest to al-Zawahiri, and was responsible for overseeing the sending of encrypted messages to regulatory bases around the world.[/size]
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