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Baghdadi
Baghdadi or Al-Baghdadi may refer to: Al-Baghdadi or Baghdadi is an Arabic nisbat meaning "from Baghdad". It is usually added at the end of names as

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Contents
  • 1 People
    • 1.1 Medieval
    • 1.2 Modern
  • 2 Places
  • 3 Organisations
  • 4 Bagdadi
People

Al-Baghdadi or Baghdadi is an Arabic nisbat meaning "from Baghdad". It is usually added at the end of names as a specifier. People with the name:

Medieval
  • Ibn Sa'd, Ibn Sa'd al-Baghdadi (784–845)
  • Junayd Baghdadi (830–910 AD), one of the great early mystics, or Sufis, of Islam
  • Ibn Tahir al-Baghdadi, (d 1037) mathematician and heresiologist
  • Al-Khatib al-Baghdadi (1002–1071), Shafi'i scholar
  • Hibat Allah Abu'l-Barakat al-Baghdaadi (1080–1164/1165), physicist and philosopher
  • Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi (medieval writer), Muwaffaq al-Din `Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi, (died 629/1231), physician who wrote al-Mujarrad li lughat al-hadith
  • Muhammad bin Hasan al-Baghdadi (died 1239) was the author of an early Arab cookbook
Modern
  • Mahmud al-Alusi, Mahmud al-Alusi al-Baghdadi, (1802–1854), an Iraqi Islamic scholar
  • Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (born 1971), also known as Ibrahim Awwad Ibrahim Ali al-Badri, is the head of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL a.k.a. ISIS, IS and Daesh) as of 2017
  • Abu Omar al-Baghdadi (died 2010) also known as Abu Omar al-Qurashi al-Baghdadi, was the purported head of the Islamic State of Iraq
  • Abdel Latif Boghdadi (politician) (died 1999) Egyptian military and political figure in the 20th century
  • Baghdadi Mahmudi a.k.a. Al-Baghdadi 'Ali Al-Mahmoudi (born 1946), prime minister of Libya since 2006
  • Ali Mustafa Baghdady, Egyptian Air Force commander
  • Sonia Baghdady, American news reader
  • Mahan Baghdadi, Iranian youth footballer
  • Mohammad Baghdadi, German footballer
Places
  • Baghdadi, Hormozgan, Iran
  • Baghdadi, Markazi, Iran
  • Baghdadi, South Khorasan, Iran
  • Baghdadi, Iraq
  • Baghdadi (Karachi), a neighborhood of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Organisations
  • Baghdadi Jews, one of 3 types of Jews in South Asia
Bagdadi
  • Maroun Bagdadi
  • Mevlana Halid-i Bagdadi
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A Soaring Minaret: Abu Bakr al-Wasiti and the Rise of Baghdadi Sufism
A Soaring Minaret: Abu Bakr al-Wasiti and the Rise of Baghdadi Sufism
The development of early Islamic mysticism and metaphysics is presented through the life and work of theologian Abu Bakr al-Wasiti.Sufi scholar Abu Bakr al-Wasiti (d. ca. 320 AH/932 CE) was called a “soaring minaret” for his cutting comments and keen theological insights. Wāsiṭī’s life is little known today, but elements of his lost Qur’ān commentary have come down to us through the glosses of his students, and his career offers a window into the development of Islamic mysticism and metaphysics. Wāsiṭī’s legacy includes a number of firsts: he was one of the first students of the great Baghdadi Sufis, the first to migrate east and establish the Baghdadi Sufi tradition in Khurasan, among the first to compose a Qur'ān commentary, and among the first to articulate a complete metaphysics in keeping with early Sunni theology. Presenting Wāsiṭī’s life and work within the context of the development and spread of Sufism, author Laury Silvers goes on to provide an analysis of his theological perspective on the divine reality.“Considering the disparate nature of the sources, Silvers does an excellent job situating Wāsiṭī within the larger eastward movement of Baghdadi Sufism … Silvers is able to breathe life into Wāsiṭī’s thought.” — Review of Middle East Studies“Silvers’ approach is refreshing and useful as she details the historical context as well as the intellectual history of early mystics … Silvers offers us a comprehensive and comprehensible presentation of the intellectual development of Islamic mysticism and metaphysics within the context of the historical development and spread of Sufism.” — NewBooksinIslamicStudies.com

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Out of Babylon: The Music of Baghdadi-Jewish Migrations Into Asia and Beyond
Out of Babylon: The Music of Baghdadi-Jewish Migrations Into Asia and Beyond
In principle the music on this CD belongs to the ancient tradition of Bagdhadi-Jewish music. In fact it documents songs performed (i) in the synagogues of the Baghdadi-Jewish diaspora in Asia from the end of the 18th to the mid-20th centuries, and (ii) in a further diaspora since the 1950s to Australia, the UK, and beyond. The songs were recorded in Bombay, Poona, Singapore, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manchester, London and Sydney by ethnomusicologists Margaret Kartomi and Sara Manasseh of Melbourne and London respectively as part of the CD project team which also included Regina Randhofer of Halle, Germany and Bronia Kornhauser of Melbourne. Randhofer's interest in psalmody led her to the National Sound Archives in Jerusalem. From there she selected a number of valuable historical recordings, originally collected in Iraq and Israel, to provide more comparative material for the CD. Kornhauser has been the research archivist for the Australian Archive of Jewish Music (in the School of Music, Monash University) since its inception in 1995 and has been collaborating with Kartomi for a number of years in researching the Jewish music of the Asia-Pacific region. The CD is one of the outcomes of that research. Although the recordings that it contains have a documentary character, they have been carefully prepared to maximise their audio-technical qualities.

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The Believer: How an Introvert with a Passion for Religion and Soccer Became Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Leader of the Islamic State
The Believer: How an Introvert with a Passion for Religion and Soccer Became Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Leader of the Islamic State
In The Believer, Will McCants tells the story of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State (a.k.a. ISIS), a group so brutal and hardline that even al-Qaida deemed them too extreme. Baghdadi, an introverted religious scholar, with a passion for soccer, now controls large swaths of land in Iraq and Syria. McCants shows how Baghdadi became radicalized in the Saddam Hussein era and found his path to power after connecting with other radicals in an American prison during the Iraq War, culminating in his declaration of a reborn Islamic empire bent on world conquest.

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Vintage photo of Mr. AJ Ismail, General MA Baghdadi and Mr. MA Osama in negotiations on cooperation with Sweden in technical issues and in trade.
Vintage photo of Mr. AJ Ismail, General MA Baghdadi and Mr. MA Osama in negotiations on cooperation with Sweden in technical issues and in trade.
Size Size of photo 7.2" x 7.7"  Mr. AJ Ismail, General MA Baghdadi and Mr. MA Osama in negotiations on cooperation with Sweden in technical issues and in trade.Swedish-Iraqi, meeting, commissions, committees, delegations, meetings This photograph originates from the International Magazine Services photo archive. IMS was a editorial photo archive in Scandinavia founded in 1948 but evolved from older archives that have images in the collection also. The archive is in great condition and been in storage for a long time and the images in the collection are now being sold off one by one. The images in this archive where distributed in only 10-15 copies around the world at the time and many copies have been lost or damaged during time, each copy from the collection is therefore very rare and unique. This kind of rare images are not only a great thing to own but also a great investment. Own a piece of history with this great photography memorabilia. By purchasing a photo from IMXPIX Images, copyright does not transfer. We are selling these photos as collectibles only and no copyright is implied. Detected:svensk-irakiskt, möte,kommissioner, kommittéer, delegationer, möten Mr A. J. Ismail, general M. A. Baghdadi och mr M. A. Usama vid underhandlingar om samarbete med Sverige i tekniska frågor och i handel.1962-08-09SverigeStockholmphotograph,people,person,black and white,man,male,groom,monochrome,monochrome photography OCR:Irak önskar nära samarbete med svenska storindustrier Mr A. J. Ismail, chef för post- & televerket i Irak, general M. A. Baghdadi samt mr M. A. Usama gästar i dagarna Stockholm för underhandlingar om samarbete med Sverige i tekniska frå- gor Och i handel.

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ISIS: The Terrorist Group That Would Be a State - ISIL, Islamic State, Jihadist Strategy and Savagery, Strengths and Weaknesses, al-Zarqawi, al-Qaeda, al-Baghdadi, al-Nusra, Caliphate, al-Suri, Syria
ISIS: The Terrorist Group That Would Be a State - ISIL, Islamic State, Jihadist Strategy and Savagery, Strengths and Weaknesses, al-Zarqawi, al-Qaeda, al-Baghdadi, al-Nusra, Caliphate, al-Suri, Syria
Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, this case study presents a net assessment of ISIS: its strengths and weaknesses. The conclusion will propose some recommendations for degrading ISIS, both militarily and ideologically. No lasting resolution to the ISIS threat in Syria and Iraq will be feasible until viable political solutions are found for both countries. At the time of the writing of this case study, the U.S. has proposed no such solution. It has given priority to addressing the security challenge but has not yet settled on an overarching strategy for either country. Instead, the U.S. and its allies have put in place a series of military responses to local threats and have taken advantage of targets of opportunity in both countries using coalition airstrikes. In Syria, the U.S. has launched the occasional U.S. Special Forces mission. Additionally, the U.S. has provided military training and some equipment to the government of Iraq and has responded to requests for airstrikes in support of specific Iraqi military missions.A net assessment is descriptive, not prescriptive. Developed over time within the U.S. Department of Defense, a net assessment has been described as a practice or methodology based on asking questions from a variety of distinctive perspectives. It focuses on how the enemy operates and who the enemy is. It tries to understand how the enemy thinks about the U.S. in order to anticipate its strategy, if not its individual actions. To conduct a net assessment of ISIS, one needs to look at the strategic interactions of its component parts, its internal bureaucratic behavior, and the multifaceted nature of its strategy.ISIS developed its strategic approach within the modern jihadist tradition, which al Qaeda violently introduced to the United States with a series of escalating attacks culminating in the attacks of September 11, 2001. However, as an adaptive, learning organization, ISIS departed from al Qaeda's strategy by taking advantage of its best thinking about jihadist lessons as codified by Abu Mus'ab al-Suri, who is a major influence on the ISIS group's military doctrine. In addition, ISIS has used a strategic plan for establishing an Islamic emirate, as presented in broad strokes by another al Qaeda strategist with the pseudonym Abu Bakr Naji. ISIS also has learned from U.S. operations, especially from the use of Sunni tribes during the successful "surge" in Iraq, which came close to destroying al Qaeda in Iraq. Lessons learned from U.S. operations were the basis of the successful rebirth of al Qaeda in Iraq under a new name and organization, now called ISIS, and following a new strategy.Table of Contents * Chapter I * ISIS: Its Evolution and Influences * A. What's in a Name? From Tawhid w'al-Jihad to ISIS * B. Analytical Framework: Jihadist Strategy and Social Movement Theory * Chapter II * How ISIS Adapts al Qaeda's Doctrine and Strategy of Guerrilla Warfare * A. Guerilla Doctrine: Lessons Learned * B. Guerilla Doctrine: Al-Suri's Template and ISIS * C. Guerrilla Strategy: The Administration of Savagery as Operational Guide * Chapter III * ISIS Group's Successful Mobilization Tactics * A. Communication Strategy * B. Mobilization: Social Movement Theory Concepts Applied to ISIS * Chapter IV * Conclusion: Net Assessment of ISIS Strengths and Weaknesses With Recommendations * A. The Enemy's Strengths * B. The Enemy's Weaknesses * C. Recommendations * Bibliography * Further Reading

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