These 18 militants, a gallery of ROGUES hatred, are some of the most dangerous people on the planet.
The 2021 list of the Counter Extremism Project is a disturbing combination of Middle Eastern terrorists, infamous Islamists, neo-Nazis, and white supremacists.
The list, topped by leaders of the Islamic terrorist groups Hezbollah, IS and Hamas, also includes four British.
Some of the ones listed are now behind the bar and others are apparently dormant after making a decision.
Adele Abdulbury was once described as an al-Qaeda spokesman in London.
Convicted hatred preacher Anjem Choudary also features “White Widow” Samantha Lewthwaite and David Myat, who founded the Nazi and demonic occult group Order of Nine Angle.
The Counter Extremism Project is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that advises politicians and lawmakers around the world on the threat of terrorism.
These numbers represent the greatest threat to the world in the coming years.
Sir Iver Roberts
Its experts and analysts help fight militant groups by blocking their financial support network, countering their stories, blocking online recruitment, and advocating strong legislation.
Sir Ivor Roberts, a former head of anti-terrorism at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and now a senior adviser to the Extremist Countermeasures Project, said:
“In some cases, we have the power to spread dangerous and violent ideologies online and through networks.
“Otherwise, it is by turning knowledge and means into fear and death in our city.
“Currently, there are concerns about the growing range of threats to the UK, and the spread of racist extremism on the far right is expanding our security services, especially alongside Islamism.”
Hezbollah Secretary General
Charismatic Nasrara, 60, is the leader of Lebanese Shiite Muslim terrorist group Hezbollah and has sent thousands of fighters to Syria to assist President Bashar al-Assad.
In September, the United States accused Hezbollah of storing weapons and explosives for use throughout Europe.
Amir Muhammad Sa’id Abdal-Rahman al-Mawla
The leader is IS
Warlord Almaura became the leader of the IS after the U.S. military killed its predecessor Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in October 2019.
A 44-year-old Iraqi terrorist believed to be hiding in Syria has a £ 7.3 million bounty on his head from the United States.
Hamas Political Officer
The 58-year-old is a senior political leader of the Islamist political organization in Palestine and Hamas, an extremist group.
Hamas has been at war with Israel since 1987 using suicide bombings and rocket attacks. Its military sector is classified by the United Kingdom as a terrorist group.
Members of the National Socialist Underground
The 46-year-old far-right militant is part of a German neo-Nacitello organization called the National Socialist Underground.
She was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2018 for killing 10 people, bombing twice, attempted murder, and robbery.
Muslim Brotherhood Muslim Brotherhood and Informal Chief Ideology
In 2008, a 94-year-old woman based in Qatar was branded “dangerous and disruptive” by then-Prime Minister David Cameron, who refused to issue a visa.
Dr. Alkaradawi defended the suicide bombing attack on Israelis as “martyrdom.”
Founder of the Russian Empire Movement
The leader of Russian white supremacist costumes, as the United States says, is associated with a series of neo-Nazi bomb attacks in the Swedish city of Gothenburg in 2016 and 2017.
Last year, the United States classified this group as a terrorist organization.
Yehad Selwan Mostafa
Top US Citizens Fighting Terrorist Groups Overseas
After appearing at a press conference in al-Shabaab, his 39-year-old head has a prize of £ 3.7 million.
According to the FBI, Mostafa is an instructor in a Somali group training camp and has used explosives in terrorist attacks.
Leader of the Austrian Generation Identity Branch, Protecting Europe
A 31-year-old boy, described as the far-right “poster boy” in Europe, used social media to promote the extremist agenda.
His Generation Identity Group believes that whites have been “replaced” by non-Europeans.
Ahmad Al Hamidawi
Leader of Iraqi paramilitary organization Kata’ib Hezbollah
Iran-backed Iraqi militia Secretary-General Kata’ib Hezbollah is believed to have joined the Shiite paramilitary organization in 2007.
Hamidawi assisted in planning an attack on US troops in Iraq between 2007 and 2011.
A 37-year-old woman, known as White Widow, married Germain Lindsay, a suicide bomber in London on 7/7.
Lewthwaite is the daughter of a former British Army soldier. She converted to Islam at the age of 17 and is a member of the Somali-based jihadist group al-Shabaab.
After she was involved in the 2013 Westgate Mall massacre in Nairobi, Kenya, killing 71 people, Interpol issued an arrest warrant to her for possessing explosives and plots to commit a felony. did.
Lewthwaite was allegedly protected by an al-Qaeda unit called the “Suicide Squad,” which later played an important role in planning and executing attacks in al-Shabaab.
Terrorist experts suspect she is protected by al-Shabaab on the Somali-Kenyan border.
Former al-Qaeda spokesman
Barry, 60, of Egypt, was imprisoned in the United States for 25 years for his role in the deadly attacks of al-Qaeda in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998, but was released early.
He is currently in the UK and may be monitored by anti-terrorism police officers. There is no suggestion that he is currently involved in terrorist activity.
Ahmad Umal Abu Ubaida
Al Shabab leader
Prior to becoming al-Shabaab’s leader in 2014, 45-year-old Ubaida was said to be part of Amnyat, a division of the Somali terrorist group that assassinated.
In a video released in November, he demanded that believers attack the United States.
British Muslim priest
The preacher who led the jihadist group Al Muhajiloun was involved in 15 terrorist programs.
He was imprisoned in 2016 and released in 2018. Last year, in 2009, a photo of him posing with the London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan appeared.
Mullah Fate Crecal
Iraqi Kurdish jihadist preacher
An Italian court sentenced Crecal to 12 years in prison last summer for leading the now abolished jihadist Rawti Shax network aimed at carrying out attacks in Western nations.
The 64-year-old preacher arrived in Norway in 1991 as a refugee from Kurdistan.
Believed to live in Russia under the aliases “Norman Spear” and “Roman Wolf”, Nazaro, 47, was the leader of the neo-Nazi terrorist network The Base.
Some of its members were indicted in the United States last January for plots of murder and other crimes.
Sweden’s Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM) leader
After yelling “Sieg Heil” at a rally in Sweden, 37-year-old Lindbergh was imprisoned for racism in 2018.
His pro-Hitler group NRM, which wants to integrate the Nordic countries into one nationalist socialist state, has targeted homosexuals and Muslims.
Co-leader of Myanmar’s anti-Islamic movement
Named “The Face of Buddhist Terror” by Time magazine, the 52-year-old monk is the leader of the Islamophobia 969 movement in Myanmar.
Wirathu calls Muslims a “rabies” and Facebook has banned his page due to racism.
Former neo-Nazi and founder of the Order of Nine Angle
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70-year-old BRIT Myatt acknowledged his US group Order Of Nine Angles (O9A), which aimed to “confuse” society.
In June, a US court heard that a soldier endangered his troops by revealing the move to O9A. Myatt states that he has left the group and rejected extremism.
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