3 Schools of Islamic Resistance in Iraq
The USG Open Source Center translates the remarks of a forum participant on the 3 distinct movements of Muslim fundamentalists in Iraq.
|Forum Participant Says Jihadist Arena Contains ‘Three Schools With Distinct Features’|
Jihadist Websites — OSC Summary
Sunday, May 6, 2007
Terrorism: Forum Participant Says Jihadist Arena Contains ‘Three Schools With Distinct Features’ On 3 May, a forum participant posted to a jihadist website a message in which he commented on the establishment of the Reformation and Jihad Front, indicating that it was part of the Al-Sururiyyah Movement, which is one of the schools that combines The Muslim Brotherhood and Salafism.
A translation of the message follows:
“Following the announcement of the establishment of The Islamic State of Iraq, then the announcement of the unification of JAAMI (Islamic Front of Iraqi Resistance) and Hamas in Iraq, then the announcement of the establishment of The Reformation and Jihad Front, the jihadist arena now contains three schools with distinct features:
“The Jihadist Salafism (School) – The Islamic State of Iraq
“The Al-Sururiyyah Movement ((Muslim) Brotherhood, Salafist) – The Reformation and Jihad Front
“The Muslim Brotherhood – JAAMI and Hamas-Iraq
“(To find out about) the Jihadist Salafim (School) which is the victorious sect who will not be harmed by those who fail it or oppose it, refer to the ‘Why Jihadist Salafism?’ section on the main page of Al-Tawhid wa-al-Jihad Forum (at) http://www.tawhed.ws/i.
“To find out about the Al-Sururiyah Movement: Al-Tawhid wa-al-Jihad Forum, Groups and Schools of thought, Al-Sururiyyah, (refer to) http://www.tawhed.ws/c?i=80.
“To find out more about the (Muslim) Brotherhood: Al-Tawhid wa-al-Jihad Forum, Groups and Schools of thought, The Muslim Brotherhood, (refer to) http://www.tawhed.ws/c?i=80.”