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Name: Hameed Ali Abbasi Ali was born on 6/27/1943 in the city of Hameed. Her parents were Hameed and Abdulla bin Abi Salah al-Baghdadi. Ali was adopted by her grandparents and brought up by her father. She married Abdul Aziz al-Baghdadi on 14/5/1939 and they had two children. At the time of his death on 6/10/1942 in his home city of Muntafiq, he left behind a daughter, Adnan, the wife of Abdul Aziz al-Baghdadi's brother. After her husband's death, her mother had her adopted, she later married the man she had known as a boy. On 14/10/1947 the children, including her brother, went to live with their father, and Ali's mother married the man. Her younger brother, Ali, became a successful businessman in Iraq.

Abdullah bin Abdullah bin Umm Ayman al-Zarqawi was born in 1952 in Iraq, he grew up in the southern part of Iraq. In 1987 he returned to Iraq and started to spread his terrorist ideas. Zarqawi became a very famous and influential leader in the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamic extremist group with branches in over 50 countries, including the United States. After his return to Iraq, Zarqawi set up a terror base inside the Al-Udeid Air Base. Zarqawi was very influential in the insurgency in Iraq. In 2004 he was killed by US Marines who had gone after Zarqawi. Yasir Shahzad was born in Afghanistan and fled there when he was two years old, and he then went to Iran, and eventually got caught and imprisoned in the prison of Yazd. The same place where he was arrested was also where he became a notorious terrorist. Yazd Prison is also where Yasir Shahzad became a very famous and influential terrorist, and where he died. Shahzad is also an Iranian, and also one of the most influential terrorists. 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This is an article that appeared in the London Times in 2008, describing Yasir Shahzad indian matrimonial sites in canada as a mastermind of sex dating bristol the 9/11 attacks. It seems that he is a little bit of a rebel, at least when it comes to Islam. He even goes as far as to declare his "Muslim-ness" on his blog, saying, "I don't have the same Muslim-ness as all the other Muslims, but I do have a Muslim-ness that I feel is part of me, and that is not for the faint-hearted, nor is it for those who have never experienced the pain and pain and suffering of Islam." He also has a post on his website saying, "There is no Islam for me, but I know my Muslim-ness" (Ibid). A few weeks ago, Yasir Shahzad was released from jail. He was originally arrested in 2002, and served time at Leavenworth military prison in Washington state for being "involved in a conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists, including the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States." Yasir Shahzad's wife is on the front page of the London Times on September 17, 2001. He's currently serving his life sentence in a federal prison in Kansas. In the first two articles, the FBI had accused Yasir Shahzad of plotting to kill Americans in retaliation for the 9/11 attacks. The second article, however, claimed that Yasir Shahzad was simply an Islamic extremist who had been radicalized after being arrested in Pakistan and "loved to travel and drink alcohol and fight with other prisoners." According to The Guardian, Yasir Shahzad 's lawyers have argued that he was merely a follower of Islam who became radicalized by "watching Islam being preached in mosques, reading jihadist literature and reading online. Yasir Shahzad is not a terrorist or a threat to the public. He was a religious fanatic.' In fact, Yasir Shahzad was a supporter of the Taliban, who were fighting against the Soviet occupation in Afghanistan in the 1990s. He was one of only a handful of Muslim fighters in the Soviet army, which is believed to have lost roughly 25% of its men in combat. Yasir Shahzad's father, a retired general, is reportedly one of the few people who could have stopped Yasir Shahzad from joining the Taliban. Yasir Shahzad's lawyer, Sohail Ijaz, also believes that the FBI "completely mistook Yasir Shahzad for a violent criminal." This has resulted in some backlash from muslims, who have argued that it was a deliberate attempt to smear their faith and portray them in a negative light. "There is a large community of Muslims living in the United States and a large percentage of the population has an understanding of Islam and Muslims," Ijaz said. "When they see a Muslim in jail, they take it personally." Ijaz said that she plans to fight uae girls the charges in court, which she expects to happen within the next few months. edmonton muslim "This is a case that is about so much more than an individual's religious faith," Ijaz said. "We have a responsibility to the American Muslim community to stand up for the rights of the community." Yasir Shahzad's son was the second person who the FBI took into custody after their initial investigation. He was sentenced to life in prison.