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The Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri saga has been the most egregious example of misinformation, with numerous reputable news sources reporting that Douri's Naqshbandi group (known by its Arabic acronym JRTN)–the official neo-Ba'athist movement in Iraq–had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State in 2014.
The Islamic State rallied Sunni Muslims in western and northern Iraq by promoting itself as their defender against Iraq's Shiite-led government and security forces. .... The reinvigorated Ba'athist Party, known as the Jaysh Rijal al-Tariqah al-Naqshabandia (JRTN), clings to Baathist ideology and often mix it with Islamic sufi ...

JRTN, for example, was the second largest insurgent group in Iraq at its peak. It provided organization, funds and intelligence to other militant groups, including al-Qaeda in Iraq, the 1920s RB and AI, to carry out attacks. It also formed the General Military Council for Iraqi Revolutionaries (GMCIR) with the ...
Al Qaeda has always remained active in Iraq despite being overshadowed by ISIS in recent years. Al Qaeda chief Ayman al Zawahiri last August urged its Syrian branch to rebuild alliances in Iraq and resume a "long guerrilla warfare." Jaysh Rijal al-Tariqa al-Naqshbandia (JRTN) popularly known as ...
The complex—indeed confusing and contradictory—relationships among Baathists, ISIS, and the JRTN display the tenuousness of political loyalties in Iraq's power struggle. JRTN's position as a Sufi nationalist group with a strong presence in western Iraq suggests, however, that it will continue to be an ...
It has also given the terrorist army, which is composed largely of foreign fighters, a valuable dose of local political credibility in Iraq. JRTN, which was formed as a resistance group in 2006, is made up of former Baathist officials and retired military generals, and is led by the former vice president of Hussein's ...

One intelligence officer confided to me that JRTN were “one of the least 'interfered with' terrorist groupings” in Iraq because Sunni civilians and even local police accepted the Naqshbandi as legitimate rebels. And if JRTN did have a problem with the locals, they sub-contracted mass casualty attacks to Al ...
Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri Iraq Insurgent Former Baathist Ibrahim Izzat al-Douri has emerged from hiding and is working alongside ISIS against the central government in Iraq. Reuters Photographer/REUTERS An extremist Al Qaeda offshoot is far from the only anti-government group sewing chaos in Iraq.
At its height in 2014, it controlled 40 percent of Iraq. ... JRTN, for example, was the second largest insurgent group in Iraq at its peak. It provided ...
Jaysh Rijal al-Tariqa al-Naqshbandia (JRTN) popularly known as Naqshbandia, a neo-Baathist insurgent group which harnessed the 2013 ...
Jaysh Rijal al-Tariqa al-Naqshbandia (JRTN), a neo-Baathist insurgent group, harnessed the 2013 protest movement now it's preparing to ...
The result of disintegration will be dire for Iraq, the Middle East and the West. ... ISIS is assisted by independent Iraqi groups like the JRTN (the ...
Iraq could face another Sunni insurgency after ISIS loses control of Mosul. ... Saddam-era Iraqi Army officers made up the core of JRTN and the ...
Western Iraq, for example—especially Anbar province, where ISIS has a .... and the JRTN display the tenuousness of political loyalties in Iraq's ...
Since the full-blown revival of Iraq's Sunni insurgency at the beginning of 2014, ... Much of the discourse on this subject attempts to tie the JRTN to the Islamic ...
It has also given the terrorist army, which is composed largely of foreign fighters, a valuable dose of local political credibility in Iraq. JRTN ...
JRTN now represents the main obstacle to ISIS's creation of an Islamic caliphate spanning Iraq and Syria, and is most likely being led by ...

The fighting erupted on Friday evening between Isis and the Army of the Men of the Naqshbandiyah Order (JRTN) in Hawija, in Kirkuk province, ...
The so-called Islamic State's (IS) shocking rise to power in Iraq was ..... Arabic acronym JRTN)–the official neo-Ba'athist movement in Iraq–had ...
At its height in 2014, it controlled 40 percent of Iraq. Three years later, soon to be eradicated from its last Iraqi territory in Mosul, the threat is far ...
Jaysh Rijal al-Tariqa al-Naqshbandia (JRTN) popularly known as Naqshbandia, a neo-Baathist insurgent group which harnessed the 2013 ...
Crushing IS just won't end insurgency in Iraq ... JRTN earlier infused the anti-government protest movement with revolutionary rhetoric and ...
The result of disintegration will be dire for Iraq, the Middle East and the West. ... ISIS is assisted by independent Iraqi groups like the JRTN (the ...
Iraq could face another Sunni insurgency after ISIS loses control of Mosul. ... JRTN infused the anti-government protest movement with ...
Western Iraq, for example—especially Anbar province, where ISIS has a .... and the JRTN display the tenuousness of political loyalties in Iraq's ...
JRTN now represents the main obstacle to ISIS's creation of an Islamic caliphate spanning Iraq and Syria, and is most likely being led by ...
The fighting erupted on Friday evening between Isis and the Army of the Men of the Naqshbandiyah Order (JRTN) in Hawija, in Kirkuk province, ...
JRTN earlier infused the anti-government protest movement with revolutionary rhetoric and traditional Baathist branding. It is very evident that a permissive environment is emerging for another Sunni insurgency in the vacuum of control left by ISIS ...
A new report by a Washington, DC-based public policy group shows that a new Sunni insurgency is taking root in Iraq even as the US-led coalition continues to weaken ISIS strongholds, particularly in Mosul.
According to a new report, a new Sunni insurgency is taking root in Iraq as the U.S.-led coalition continues to weaken the Islamic State's territorial strongholds, particularly in Mosul.
Important political and religious circles in Baghdad and Najaf are aware that, even more than keeping Iran and Turkey out, resolving the domestic Sunni-Shi'i-Kurdish conflicts is the crucial guarantee for Iraq's survival. Without European, Gulf Arab ...
Jaysh Rijal al-Tariqa al-Naqshbandia (JRTN), for example, is a less ideologically extreme Iraqi insurgent group that was formed in 2006 to challenge the U.S.
Iraq stood on the brink of a Sunni insurgency in late 2013 before ISIS began to seize terrain because former Iraqi PM Nouri al-Maliki reversed the gains of the previous U.S.
Even before ISIS, Sunni militants including Jaish al-Mujahideen, the 1920 Revolution Brigades, and Jaish Rijal al-Tariqa al-Naqshbandiyah (JRTN) used Garma as a support zone. As of May ... Fallujah is an icon of ISIS and of al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI ...
ARTICOLI CORRELATI Come battere l'Isis Per vincere bisogna combattere Gli autori notano che quando Is ha conquistato parte dell'Iraq nel giugno del 2014 e ha "inglobato migliaia di seguaci baathisti", queste "nuove reclute si unirono agli ufficiali ...


 

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