Abu Suleiman al-Naser

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Nu'man Salman Mansour, also known as Al-Nasser Lideen Allah Abu Suleiman, was the military commander or "War Minister" of the militant group Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) during the Iraq War.wikipedia
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Islamic State of Iraq

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Nu'man Salman Mansour, also known as Al-Nasser Lideen Allah Abu Suleiman, was the military commander or "War Minister" of the militant group Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) during the Iraq War.
On 14 May 2010, al-Masri was succeeded by Abu Suleiman al-Naser (also known as al-Nasser Lideen Illah Abu Suleiman), who was in turn killed some time in 2011.

Abu Ayyub al-Masri

Abu Hamza al-MuhajirAbu Ayub al-MasriAyyub al-Masri
He succeeded Abu Ayyub al-Masri as Minister of War for the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) in April 2010, after al-Masri and ISI leader Abu Omar al-Baghdadi were killed in an operation by US and Iraqi forces in Tikrit.
On May 14, 2010, al-Nasser Lideen Illah Abu Suleiman replaced al-Masri as war minister of the Islamic State of Iraq.

Iraq War

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Nu'man Salman Mansour, also known as Al-Nasser Lideen Allah Abu Suleiman, was the military commander or "War Minister" of the militant group Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) during the Iraq War.

Abu Omar al-Baghdadi

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He succeeded Abu Ayyub al-Masri as Minister of War for the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) in April 2010, after al-Masri and ISI leader Abu Omar al-Baghdadi were killed in an operation by US and Iraqi forces in Tikrit.

Tikrit

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He succeeded Abu Ayyub al-Masri as Minister of War for the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) in April 2010, after al-Masri and ISI leader Abu Omar al-Baghdadi were killed in an operation by US and Iraqi forces in Tikrit.

Pseudonym

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Suleiman's appointment was announced in a statement in which he used the nom de guerre Al-Nasser Lideen Allah Abu Suleiman, meaning "Defender of God's Religion, Father of Suleiman".

Camp Bucca

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He is reported to have been a detainee at Camp Bucca prison, and served as the ISI's leader in Anbar Province under the nom de guerre Abu Ibrahim al-Ansari.

Al Anbar Governorate

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He is reported to have been a detainee at Camp Bucca prison, and served as the ISI's leader in Anbar Province under the nom de guerre Abu Ibrahim al-Ansari.

Hīt

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Iraqi security forces killed Suleiman on February 24, 2011, in the city of Hīt, west of Baghdad.

Baghdad

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Iraqi security forces killed Suleiman on February 24, 2011, in the city of Hīt, west of Baghdad.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

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Despite this, ISI leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and ISI spokesman Abu Mohammed al-Adnani confirmed his death in August 2011.

Abu Mohammad al-Adnani

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Despite this, ISI leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and ISI spokesman Abu Mohammed al-Adnani confirmed his death in August 2011.

Al Jazeera Media Network

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A report by Al Jazeera's Center for Studies, and an analysis of ISIL's leadership structure by a purported insider, also confirmed that Suleiman had in fact been killed in 2011, and that following his death, the position of "War Minister" was replaced by a military council composed of former regime military officers under the leadership of Haji Bakr.

Haji Bakr

Sameer Abid Mohammed al-HalefawiSamir Abd Muhammad al-KhlifawiSamir al-Khlifawi
A report by Al Jazeera's Center for Studies, and an analysis of ISIL's leadership structure by a purported insider, also confirmed that Suleiman had in fact been killed in 2011, and that following his death, the position of "War Minister" was replaced by a military council composed of former regime military officers under the leadership of Haji Bakr.

Iraq

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Ansar al-Jihad al-Alami

Ansar al Jihad
The group was described by Karen J. Greenberg, executive director of the Center on Law and Security at New York University School of Law as a Kurdistan-based affiliate of Al-Qaeda led by Abu Suleiman al-Nasser.

2011 Norway attacks

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In the initial hours after the attacks, the group Ansar al-Jihad al-Alami led by Abu Suleiman al-Naser claimed responsibility for the attacks.

Al-Karmah offensive (2015)

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