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Syria – Jobar: A Cauldron full of Jihadists

Jobar / Syria

The German Jihadist Deso Dogg and his war in Syria.

Syrian activists, including those who are close to the #SEA (Syrian Electronic Army), observe the “internet”, especially social media networks, since the beginning of 2012, and gather information about the members, identified by name, and the losses among the rebel gangs, who wage war in Syria.

They have published the current status of the statistics yesterday.

It was a several pages long table, whose “top entries” are quoted here again:

Country Number of mercenaries Casualties Missing
Saudi Arabia ca. 8.000 1.029 1.800
Tunisia ca. 4.000 983 1.270
Iraq ca. 6.000 971 900
Palestine ca. 3.000 885 87
Egypt 3.500 814 370
Libya 4.500 802 1.650
Chechnya* 1.700 718 250
Yemen 2.800 512 700
Pakistan 1.500 448 300
Afghanistan 900 394 150
Jordan 600 386 120
Turkey 3.800 381 55
Kuwait 900 211
Somalia 350 192 20
Russia 250 189 4
Germany 110 71

* Of course, it must be said about “Chechnya” that they understand the entire North Caucasus under the term “Chechnya” in Syria (Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia are, however, separate items in the list). “Russia” are all other guys with a Russian passport.

The method, according to which these figures were derived, is clear: the sources of the “rebels” publish the information daily about who, where, and under what circumstances became a Shaheed. (Shahid or Shaheed in principle means “witness” and is often used in such a false jihad to denote a so-called “martyr”.) There, it is usually also published from where the Shaheed originally came from.

Although there are a lot of different of such sources, but overall probably not more than 50. If one monitors these sources, so he is able to compile such statistics, which should then reflect in large parts the actual conditions.

About the involvement of jihadists from Germany: probably also a “success” of Daisy Duck. There has already been a short message at PI news about it, but the message was, at least by the authors, largely left without comment.

It is about Mr. Cuspert. Denis Mamadou. Better known as a “gangsta rapper” called “Deso Dogg”, whose brain has been indoctrinated by the hot wind of Salafism some years ago. He has then consequently built up the reputation of a dangerous extremist in Germany, who wants, by his own admission, to die by blowing up a large crowd.

There were a few problems with German security forces, but the thought of tolerance has probably prevented decisive measures. It is already known that Mr. Dogg went to war in Syria – several leading media of the Republic reported about it at the end of February 2013.

Since then, until about mid-August, there was no news of him. The message then looked like this:

There were assumptions that he had died, but he seems alive and as it looks, also physically healthy (it was though reported some few weeks ago, that he had been wounded in an air attack…).

Mr. Cuspert was at least already a verbal jihadist before the outbreak of the so-called “Arab Spring”, however, the recruitment of this “star” was a successful operation of the Salafis, who were set about to deal with the youth and with significant personalities for the youth since the beginning of the “Arab Spring” and under the deafening media hymns about the “democratic change” in the Middle East and North Africa.

The danger, posed by such processes, is clear – such “guys” like “Deso Dogg” have a much greater impact on the target group than the real ideological key persons such as Adnan al-Arur, Yussuf al-Qaradawi, Aidh al-Qarni and more of those whose names are probably hardly pronounceable by a German street kid, also with migration background, let alone to be able to remember those names.

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Source: apxwn



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