2013 / 11 / 19
The leader of the ISIS – The Islamic State in Iraq and Sham” has denied Aiman Al-Zawahiri’s request to dissolve his Group and to join Al-Nusra Group. In my opinion, Al-Qaida leadership had been weakened since the Death of Bin Laden. As I checked the websites of ISIS http://iraqislami.own0.com/ and Al-Nusra’s website: http://jalnosra.com I think that Al-Nusra has more Financial Abilities than the ISIS, even though the latter has more powerful warriors, if I’m not wrong. I get this idea because the Al - Nusra group has a much better web design, clearer video-audio taping, and it appears that they have more people working in the media. I also knew that Abu Mohammed Al-Maqdisi, a Palestinian-Jordanian origin who was a Kuwaiti Citizen before 1991, is the spiritual leader of ISIS. It seems that the relations between the leader of ISIS “Abu Baker Al-Baghdadi” and Al-Nusra leader “Abu Mohammed Al-Fateh” aren’t friendly that’s much. Besides, It is clear that Al-Qaida and its followers focusing now on the abolition of the international borders between Iraq and Syria. If it’s happened and the group succeeded in combining it’s followers on the both sides of the border, the consequences will be destructive and its fragmentations will be surprisingly dangerous in the long term.
The rhetorical style of both group leaders is dealing with the political issues almost in the same manner. Both sides focusing now on spreading “Jihad” to the neighbor countries, that working in harmony with the theses of Abu Mohammed Al-Maqdisi whose arguments all orbiting around “Fighting the Apostate Muslim Rulers”, whether those rulers are elected politicians´-or-just some autocratic politicians. I know that the Syrian President Assad is an evil guy running an evil regime. But if chaos continued on the Syrian ground, it’s will affect the entire Middle East. This enemy, Al-Qaida, might seems weakened, but they currently are working hard on creating a bubble of shambles and chaos, slowly, this bubble will work as gravity to absorb more uneducated poor young people. The logic and the rhetoric used by Al-Qaida leaders might be seems absurd and ludicrous for the educated people, specifically for those who live in urban cities, but for the majority of people who grow up lacking an appropriate education and suffer from being poor, the rhetoric is too encouraging.
In Conclusion, this situation seems, convincingly enough, very dangerous for the entire regional structure. The rhetoric leading to a new era in these countries, the long speeches and pamphlets disseminated by Jihadi Groups are using the same logic used by the autocratic regimes, and I believe that its results will be critical, both leaders speeches, whom we discussed, focusing on what they call it “Sykes-Picot agreement” this agreement which divided “One Islamic Nation”. The important point we should care about in the west is that the ascension of this ideology will be much more dangerous than the former dying ideology of the Arab Nationalism, it’s having a dogmatic offensive language that ignoring´-or-not recognizing any international border. The longer the chaos continues in Syria, the less options America and the West have in soon future.