Abd al-Qadir

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Abd al-Qadir:

see Abd al-KaderAbd al-Kader
, c.1807–1883, Algerian military and religious leader. Although born to an anti-Turkish family, he was chosen emir of Mascara to fight the French invaders who had just defeated the Turks.
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At the end of the nearly 17-minute video, the small group of fighters is addressed by an individual who appears to be Abd al-Qadir Mu'min, the prominent al-Shabaab preacher who pledged allegiance to al-Baghdadi in October 2015.
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In 1606 he led an army against Sennar forcing Abd al-Qadir II to flee to Chelga on the route between Sennar and Ethiopia's Gondar where he found protection by the Ethiopian emperor.
ANKARA, Sep 28, 2010 (TUR) -- Iraqi Defense Minister Abd al-Qadir Muhammad Jassim al-Mufriji al-Ubaydi said Tuesday that they appreciated Turkey's efforts for extension of the government's mandate to wage cross-border military operations, adding, "all our desire is that it will be limited.
Instead, this is a drastically condensed translation of the 1600-page manifesto, Call to Global Islamic Resistance, by Mustafa bin Abd al-Qadir Setmariam Nasar, aka Abu Musab al-Suri, considered by the US military's Terrorist Perspective Project as al Qaeda's leading theorist.
Many of the titles appear in English for the first time, such as Vincent Cornell's translation of The Way of Abu Madyan (1996), and Tosum Bayrak's interpretation of the eleventh century text Sirr al-Asrar by Hadrat Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani (The Secret of Secrets, 1992).
In this new understanding, the resilience and political skills of leaders like the Algerian resistance hero Abd al-Qadir become at least as important as his military prowess, or his religious zeal for the jihad.
is the second of three narratives of events during the height of the French campaign to defeat the Algerian leader, Abd al-Qadir (1845).
Hussein Abd al-Qadir Muheisen, 19, succumbed to wounds sustained in Gaza City.
5- Turkish National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul will meet with Iraqi Defense Minister Abd al-Qadir Muhammad Jassim al-Mufriji al-Ubaydi in Ankara.