پہلا صفہ کھولو

جزیرہ نما عرب وچ القاعدہ (سانچہ:Lang-ar-at جاں تنظيم قاعدة الجهاد في جزيرة العرب‎،، "جزیرہ نما عرب وچ جہاد دی بنیاد اُتے تنظیم") جاں AQAP، جو انصار الشریعہ یمن وچ (عربی بولی: جماعة أنصار الشريعة، "شریعت دا مددگار گروہ") دے ناں توں وی مشہور اے،[16] اک جنگجو اسلام پسند تنظیم اے، بنیادی طور اُتے یمن تے سعودی عرب وچ فعال اے۔ اس دا ناں القاعدہ دے ناں اُتے اے تے تے انہاں دا کہنا اے کہ ایہ القاعدہ دے ماتحت نیں تے اس دا ہن فوت شدہ رہنما اسامہ بن لادن دے بعد وارث، اک سعودی شہری اے۔[17]

القاعدہ جزیرہ نما عرب
القاعدة في جزيرة العرب
the al-Qaeda insurgency in Yemen،
Yemeni Revolution، Yemeni Civil War، تے
دہشت دے خلاف جنگ وچ شریک
ShababFlag.svg
The Black Standard used by AQAP
متحرک جنوری 2009 – تاحال[1]
نظریات

سلفی تحریک[2]

Qutbism[2]
رہنماہان ناصر عبد الکریم الوحیشی   (2011–15)[3]
Qasim al-Raymi (2015–تاحال)[4]
صدر دفتر المکلا، محافظہ حضرموت، یمن[5]
کاروائیاں دے علاقے

یمن;

قوت 1،000–3000+[6][7]
حصہ
اتحادی
  • ShababFlag.svg al-Shabaab[9]
  • ShababFlag.svg Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb
  • حدود Al-Nusra Front[10]
  • Khorasan[11]
  • مخالفین

    مخالف ریاستاں

    غیر ریاستی مخالفین

    لڑائیاں تے جنگاں

    Yemeni Insurgency

    Yemeni Civil War

    ویب سائٹ سانچہ:ConditionalURL

    حصے

    نظریہ تے قیاملکھو

     
    Current territorial situation in Yemen. AQAP territory is shown in white، primarily in the Al Bayda and محافظہ حضرموت provinces.

    القاعدہ وانگ، القاعدہ جزریہ نمہ عرب وی آل سعود بادشاہت دی مخالف اے۔[18] القاعدہ جزیرہ نما عرب، القاعدہ دی یمنی تے سعودی شاخاں دے اتحاد توں جنوری 2009ء وچ قائم ہوئی۔[1]

    کلیدی رہنمالکھو

    فائل:Nasir al-Wuhayshi.jpg
    ناصر عبد الکریم الوحیشی، former leader and founder of AQAP. He was later killed by an airstrike in June 2015.
    ناں حیثیت صورت حال
    ناصر عبد الکریم الوحیشی سابق امیر تے بانی تنظیم
    Qasim al-Raymi امیر and former military commander
    • Senior military commander in AQAP[21][22]
    • In 2007، he and AQAP leader Nasir al-Wuhayshi announced the emergence of al-Qaida in Yemen، AQAP’s predecessor group[23]
    • He played an important role in recruiting the current generation of militants making up the Yemen-based AQAP[23]
    • Succeeded Nasir al-Wuhayshi as leader of AQAP.[4]
    Said Ali al-Shihri Deputy Emir
    • Deputy leader and highest ranking Saudi official in AQAP[24]
    • Killed in a drone strike in 2013[25]
    Khalid Batarfi Senior commander
    Ibrahim al-Rubaysh مفتی
    • He was reported to be AQAP's مفتی.[29]
    • Also served as a senior advisor for AQAP operational planning، and was involved in the planning of attacks.[30]
    • Killed in a drone strike in April 2015[31]
    Nasser bin Ali al-Ansi Deputy General Manager
    انور العولقی Chief of External Operations
    • Senior recruiter and involved in organizing external operations to be conducted for AQAP[35][36][37]
    • Killed in a drone strike in September 2011[38]
    Harith bin Ghazi al-Nadhari Senior Shari'a official
    Ibrahim al-Banna Chief of Security
    • Has served as AQAP's chief of security[40]
    • He was a founding member of AQAP and provided military and security guidance to the AQAP leadership[40]
    • Falsely reported to have been killed in October 2011[37]
    • He was added to the U.S. State Department's Rewards for Justice list on October 19، 2014.[41][42]
    Othman al-Ghamdi Operational commander
    • Al-Ghamdi has been involved in raising funds for the organization’s operations and activities in Yemen.[43]
    • Al-Ghamdi appeared in a video released in May 2010، where he was identified publicly as AQAP’s operational commander.[43]
    • He was a former detainee at گوانتانمو کھاڑی from April 2006 to June 2006 until he was handed over to Saudi Arabian authorities and subsequently released.[37]
    • Quietly removed from the U.S. State Department's Rewards for Justice list in January 2016.[44]
    • In March 2016، the State Department confirmed to The Bureau of Investigative Journalism that al-Ghamdi no longer "posed a threat to U.S. persons or interests."[45]
    Ibrahim al-Asiri Explosives expert
    • al-Asiri is the chief bomb-maker and weapons specialists for AQAP[46][47]
    • He was reported to have been responsible for making the bombs used by his brother Abdullah al-Asiri in his suicide bombing، the 2009 Christmas Day bomb plot، the 2010 cargo plane bomb plot، and the May 8th 2012 Terror Plot .[48]
    Ibrahim al-Qosi Spokesman
    • al-Qosi was a former detainee at Guantanamo Bay from January 2002 to July 2012 until he was handed over to Sudan after serving a short sentence as part of a plea bargain.
    • He appeared in a video released in December 2015.[49]

    ارکانلکھو

    انتہائی
    مطلوب
    عربی وچ ناں یادہانی
    يوسف صالح فهد العييري رہنما، مصنف تے ویب ماسٹر، ہلاک جون 2003ء وچ سعودی عرب[50]
    3 خالد علي بن علي حاج رہنما، ہلاک ریاض مارچ جاں جون 2004[51]
    1 عبد العزيز عيسى عبد المحسن المقرن رہنما، ہلاک ریاض وچ 18جون 2004[52][53][54]
    5 صالح محمد عوض الله العلوي العوفي رہنما، ہلاک 17 جاں 18 اگست 2005ء وچ مدینہ منورہ[55]
    2 راكان محسن محمد الصيخان ہلاک 12 جون 2004 ریاض وچ
    7 سعود حمود عبيد القطيني العتيبي اہم رکن، 15 وچوں اک ہلاک اک 3-دن جنگ وچ الرس جون 2005[56][57]
    4 عبد الكريم المجاطي Moroccan، ہلاک with Saud al-Otaibi at Ar Rass،[56] was wanted in the USA under the name Karim El Mejjati
    6 إبراهيم محمد عبد ا لله الريس ہلاک 8 دسمبر 2003 ریاض وچ
    8 أحمد عبد الرحمن صقر الفضلي ہلاک 22 جون 2004ء وچ جدہ
    9 سلطان جبران سلطان القحطاني q.v.، ہلاک 23 ستمبر 2003ء وچ جازان
    10 عبد الله سعود السباعي ہلاک 29 دسمبر 2004[58]
    11 فيصل عبد الرحمن عبد الله الدخيل ہلاک مع المقرن[53]
    12 فارس آل شويل الزهراني نظریہ ساز، گرفتار 5 اگست 2004ء وچ ابھا[59]
    13 خالد مبارك حبيب الله القرشي ہلاک 22 جون 2004 جدہ وچ
    14 منصور محمد أحمد فقيه ہتھیار ڈال دتے 30 دسمبر 2003ء وچ نجران
    15 عيسى سعد محمد بن عوشن نظریہ ساز، ہلاک 20 جولائی 2004 ریاض وچ
    16 طالب سعود عبد الله آل طالب at large; (last of the original 26)
    17 مصطفى إبراهيم محمد مباركي ہلاک 22 جون 2004 جدہ وچ
    18 عبد المجيد محمد المنيع نظریہ ساز، ہلاک 12 اکتوبر 2004 ریاض وچ[60]
    19 ناصر راشد ناصر الراشد ہلاک 12 جون 2004 ریاض وچ
    سلطان بن بجاد العتيبي spokesman[61] and writer for al-Qaeda، ہلاک 28 جاں 29 دسمبر 2004[62]
    20 باندر عبد الرحمن عبد الله الدخيل ہلاک دسمبر 2004[62]
    21 عثمان هادي آل مقبول العمري recanted، under an amnesty deal، 28جون 2004ء وچ Namas[63][64]
    22 طلال عنبر أحمد عنبري ہلاک 22 جون 2004 جدہ وچ
    23 عامر محسن مريف آل زيدان الشهري ہلاک 6 نومبر 2003 ریاض وچ[65]
    24 عبد الله محمد راشد الرشود q.v.، نظریہ ساز، ہلاک مئی یاجون 2005 عراق وچ
    25 عبد الرحمن محمد محمد يازجي ہلاک 6 جون 2005[58]
    26 حسين محمد الحسكي مراکشی، بلجئیم وچ متحرک[58]
    27 تركي ناصر مشعل الدندني cell رہنما، اک سابق # 1 most wanted،[66] died by suicide جولائی 2003ء وچ محافظہ الجوف[67]
    28 إبراهيم بن عبد العزيز بن محمد المزين ہلاک مع خالد علی حاج[51]
    29 عبد الكريم محمد جبران اليازجي ہلاک 2جون 2004 طائف[68]
    30 محمد عثمان عبد الله الوليدي الشهري [66]
    31 منصور فقيه ہتھیار ڈال دتے[69]
    32 حمد فهد عبد الله الأسلمي الشمري [66]
    33 أحمد ناصر عبد الله الدخيل [66] (وفات شدہ)
    تركي بن فيهد المطيري ہلاک مع المقرن[53]
    جبران علي حكمي [70]
    هاني سعيد أحمد عبد الكريم الغامدي [70]
    علي عبد الرحمن الغامدي ہتھیار ڈال دتے 26جون 2003[71]
    باندر عبد الرحمن الغامدي گرفتار ستمبر 2003 یمن وچ[72] تے extradited to سعودی عرب
    فواز يحيى الربيعي q.v.، ہلاک 1 اکتوبر 2006 یمن وچ
    عبد الرحمن منصور جبارة "Canadian-Kuwaiti of Iraqi origin"،[66] وفات شدہ according to al-Qaeda; brother of Kuwaiti-Canadian Mohamed Mansour Jabarah
    گرفتار somewhere outside KSA، extradited to KSA نومبر 2005[73]
    ہلاک in القصيم علاقہ دسمبر 2005[74]
    محمد بن عبد الرحمن السويلمي ہلاک in القصيم علاقہ دسمبر 2005[74]
    According to Saudi authorities،[75] these 12 died جاں were ہلاک while committing the Riyadh compound bombings on 12 مئی 2003. Several were previously wanted.
    خالد محمد مسلم الجهني رہنما of this group
    عبد الكريم محمد جبران اليازجي
    ومحمد عثمان عبد الله الوليدي الشهري
    هاني سعيد أحمد عبد الكريم الغامدي
    جبران علي أحمد حكمي خبراني
    خالد بن إبراهيم محمود called "Baghdadi"
    محماس بن محمد محماس الهواشلة الدوسري
    محمد بن شظاف علي آل محزوم الشهري
    حازم محمد سعيد called "Kashmiri"
    ماجد عبد الله سعد بن عكيل
    باندر بن عبد الرحمن منور الرحيمي المطيري
    عبد الله فارس بن جفين الرحيمي المطيري
    عبد الله حسن عسيري Died trying to assassinate a Saudi prince in اکتوبر 2009.
    The following five were reported ہلاک in دمام in early ستمبر 2005.[76]
    a former most wanted، ہلاک by Saudi forces in 2005[77]
    ابو حارث محمد الکوفی Former گوانتانمو قید خانہ who appeared in threatening YouTube video in January 2009، and who voluntarily turned himself in to Saudi authorities a month later.[78]
    ابو عبد الرحمان الفرغنی[79] A convert—allegedly trained as a bombmaker[80]—hunted by CIA، MI5 and Politiets sikkerhetstjeneste، since 2012. (His legal name in Norway has not been revealed by media.)

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