By: Aya Ezz
They described him as a “bomb engineer” his name began to shine aming the terrorist groups since July 5, 2005. In which London was hit by a series of bombings that claimed the lives of 50 Britons. The British newspaper The Sunday Times reported from security sources affiliated with him that he is one of many suspects, and the British police are looking for him, he is the dangerous terrorist AbuSaab Syrian.
After the bombings of London, Abu Musab al-Suri became the talk of the international press. His name began to reappear in the world of terrorism. Despite he began at a young age, he carried out many terrorist operations, but the London attack received great international attention.
Today, is the anniversary of the birth of Abu Musab al-Suri, or “Mustafa Abdelkader”, who born in Aleppo, Syria, on 26 October 1958.
He completed his education and joined the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in 1976, but left his college and left Syria because of the pursuit of the Syrian security services in 1980 for his involvement in terrorist acts against the state.
Abu Musab al-Suri is one of the terrorist leaders who used his engineering studies in the manufacture of all kinds of explosives. In addition he had a specific ideology and strategy.
He wrote a number of books, such as «Pakistan Musharraf .. the problem, the solution», and another book «brief testimony on jihad in Algeria», in addition to a set of audio tapes, including «A reading in the Syrian experience» and «lessons in the theory of gangs warfare» and « The reality of Muslims .. crisis and exit »and« Jihad is the solution ».
For his terrorist character, some terrorist organizations have taken Abu Musab al-Suri as their godfather, and have used many of his books and videos in the terrorist operations they have carried out.
According to the British newspaper «Sunday Times», Abu Musab al- Suri left Syria and joined the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan from 1980 to 1983, and he was the military wing of the group. The group sent him to Iraq during the Iraq-Iran war, with a group of colleagues to receive military exercises there. The State of Iraq at that time was in disputes with Syria.
During the three years that Abu Musab al-Suri was a prominent member of the Muslim Brotherhood, many political events took place. In 1982 he returned to Syria during the battles between the Muslim Brotherhood and the security apparatus in Hama.
Abu Musab remained in the group until 1983 and announced his complete separation from the Muslim Brotherhood, as a protest against the foundation of the National Alliance with the secular and communist parties and the Iraqi branch of the Baath Party, according to the Syrian agency NASA.
In the year in which Abu Musab al-Suri separated from the Brotherhood, he moved to Pakistan. He was then known in Peshawar, the terrorist Abdullah Azzam (the godfather of al-Qaeda who was killed in 1989) and joined a group of Arabian terrorist elements who came to Pakistan, and trained them on the bomb-making, according to the Washington Post “American newspaper.
In 1992, Abu Musab went to London, at the invitation of Qari Said al-Jazairi (one of the Algerian terrorist elements). He remained in Britain as a member of the media cell supporting the Algerian jihad. He wrote in the Algerian Ansar and other publications of the jihadist groups that were exported from Europe during That period was highlighted by the Libyan “Dawn”, according to the BBC.
However, he announced by his voice that he gave up the Algerian issue after it deviated from its proper course, and became a group of Takfiri infiltrated by the French intelligence.