Abu Ahmad al-Alwani
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Waleed Jassem al-Alwani
|Birth name||Waleed Jassem al-Alwani|
|Allegiance|| Baathist Iraq (unknown–2003) |
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (unknown–present)
|Service/||Iraqi Army (until 2003) |
ISIS military (unknown–present)
|Battles/wars||2003 Iraq War |
Waleed Jassem al-Alwani, also known by the nom de guerre Abu Ahmad al-Alwani, is a senior commander in the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and a member of its military council. He was a former member of the Iraqi Army under Saddam Hussein.
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