Overview of members of the Seventh Muslim Brigade “El-Mujahid” of the Army of Bosnia-Herzegovina [ABiH], who received BH citizenship

Abu El Jud Adnan, born 1960 in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then settled in Bocinja, Maglaj municipality

Ali Awad Muhamed, born 1962 in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then settled in Bocinja, Maglaj

Amrou Osmanchevic, born 1968 in Jordan, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then settled in Bocinja, Maglaj

Al-Saidi Muhamed, born 1961 in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then settled in Bocinja, Maglaj

Ahmed Alkotry, born 1965 in Sudan, regulated citizenship based on fictitious residence in Novo Sarajevo municipality, then settled in Bocinja, Maglaj

Albany Teher, born in Kuwait, regulated citizenship based on fictitious residence in Novo Sarajevo municipality, then settled in Bocinja, Maglaj

Azedine Omerovic, born 1967 in Algeria, regulated citizenship based on fictitious residence in Zenica municipality, then settled in Bocinja, Maglaj

Aiman Awad, born 1964 in Syria, received BH citizenship on 23 March 1992 based on participation in ABiH [Translator’s note: it did not exist at the time!], settled in Bocinja, Maglaj

Alnaqli Khaled, born in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Zenica municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Abdul-D’ail-ii Harj, born 1965 in Lebanon, regulated citizenship based on fictitious residence in Zenica municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Amagad Joussef, unknown foreign citizenship, received BH citizenship, was resident of Bocinja, Maglaj
 
Ayad Osama, unknown foreign citizenship, received BH citizenship, was resident of Bocinja, Maglaj

Abdula Khaled, originally from Yemen, received BH citizenship, was resident of Bocinja, Maglaj

Aref Mestrovac, originally from Lebanon, received BH citizenship, was resident of Bocinja, Maglaj

Ali Saidi Muhamed, BH citizen, resident of Bocinja, Maglaj; purchased house from Serb resident

Ben Hamza Mourad, born 1972 in Sudan, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Ben Radhia Nejmedine, born 1968 in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Ben Ina Khalifa Ben, born in Tunisia, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj
 
Cshoumani Ousama, born 1968 in Jordan, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Cakir Fahri, born in Turkey, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Dar Khalifeh Jafar, born 1973 in Jordan, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj; now reported as resident in Brcko

Eslam Durmo, born 1964 in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Old Town municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

El Wakil Ahmed, born 1971 in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Old Town municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

El Hassiny Gamal, born 1962 in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Old Town municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

El Monsoury Mohamed, born 1966 in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Old Town municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj
 
Essindar Abdulah, born 1964 in Yemen, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

El Karim Mohamed Ahmed, born 1971 in Sudan, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

El Guerhani Fatima, [woman] born in Yemen, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Novo Sarajevo municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

El Hachini Muhamed, born in Qatar, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-New Town municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Ejman Abu Abdulrrahman, Syrian, age approx. 40, former medical student in FR Yugoslavia. According to Federation[-based] weekly “Dani,” of 16 December 1988 [sic – means 1998], Abdulrrahman had been an active member of “El-mujahid” from its inception, fighting in theaters around Kacun, Vitez, Zabrdje and Travnik [central Bosnia]. He had terrorist training in the Mehurici camp. Married to a Bosniak woman, he claims to have BH citizenship.

Fridhi Sami, born 1969 in Jordan, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Fawzi Lordijane, originally from Lebanon, has BH citizenship, was resident of Bocinja, Maglaj

Fayez Souidane, originally from Lebanon, has BH citizenship, was resident of Bocinja, Maglaj
 
Gamal El Hassiny, citizen of B-H, resident in Bocinja, Maglaj, bought the house from a Serb

Hmaity Moh’d, born 1961 in UA Emirates, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Hans Kreis, born 1959 in Luxembourg, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Hamza Hasamudin, a.k.a. Abu Hamza, Palestinian, married to a Bosniak from Kozarac, Prijedor; father of two. In a statement for Federation[-based] weekly “Dani,” dated 16 February [sic] 1998, confirmed he was an active member of “El-Mujahid,” and that his BH citizenship was regulated on those grounds.
 
Hassan Ashraf, originally from Egypt, has BH citizenship, was resident of Bocinja, Maglaj

Hanchi Ammar, born 1965 in Djibouti, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Old Town municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Imad Muhamad Al-Husein, born 1963 in Syria, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Ibrahim Hosni, born 1961 in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj
 
Ismad Al Husein, a.k.a. Abu Hamza, Islamic mercenary; formerly resident of Bocinja, he received a large sum of money from the Federal [BH] Ministry for refugees and displaced persons in order to obtain housing in Sarajevo.

Inal Salih, originally from Turkey,  has BH citizenship, was resident of Bocinja, Maglaj

Khaled Barakat, has BH citizenship, resident of Bocinja, Maglaj; bought the house from a Serb;
 
Khalil Hodzic, born 1972 in Sudan, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Jedari Salih, born 1965 in South Yemen, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Kamel Rahala, born in Algeria, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Kreis Magdalina, [woman] born 1958 in Switzerland, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Kaled Al Safani, a.k.a. Sulejman, originally from Yemen, has BH citizenship; Expelled from Kuwait for links with notorious Islamic terrorist Osama Bin Laden; Resided in Bocinja; Indicated as one of the leaders in a Zenica-Doboj Canton car-theft ring, along with Ali Said Baawr, a.k.a. Hudeifa.
 
Maati Gamal, has BH citizenship, resident of Bocinja, Maglaj; bought the house from a Serb

Metwali Mamdouh, born 1967 in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Old Town municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Morsy Rokaya, born in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Mohamed Begovic, originally from Tunisia, has BH citizenship, and resided in Bocinja, Maglaj; however, filed a change of residence with the Maglaj police;

Nabil Kal Bi, originally from Tunis, has BH citizenship; and resided in Bocinja, Maglaj; however, filed a change of residence with the Maglaj police;

Omar Badjaouvi, born in Sudan, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Novo Sarajevo municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Pranvera Bardhosi, originally from Albania, has BH citizenship, was resident of Bocinja, Maglaj

Ridha Labidi, originally from Tunisia, resided in Bocinja, Maglaj; however, he filed a change of residence with the Maglaj
 police;

Raja Bargaoui, originally from Tunisia, resided in Bocinja, Maglaj; however, he filed a change of residence with the Maglaj police;

Skuorac El Aret, born 1971 in Egypt, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Shela Marvana, [woman] originally from Albania, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Zrigwe Homouda, born 1955 in Tunisia, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Zubeir Behchic, born in the UA Emirates, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Querghi Mustapha, born 1961 in Tunisia, received citizenship based on fictitious residence in Sarajevo-Center municipality, then moved to Bocinja, Maglaj

Note: Most Islamic extremists received the BH citizenship at the time when the Federation B-H Ministry of Internal Affairs was led by Bakir Alispahic, and the Canton MIA by Ismet Dahic. Superintendent of the SSC Sarajevo was Reuf Jahic, with the involvement of Samir Rizvo, currently head of the Felonies department of the Sarajevo Canton MIA. Also involved in issuing identity documents to the mujahedin were Mugdim Vranac, Visoko police superintendent, and Asmir Hodzic, manager of the city cemetery in Visoko
The above passage is a part of an article published in ISSA and can be found at: www.128.121.186.47/ISSA/reports/Balkan/Sep1703.htm  

Source: Gregory R. Copley, Editor –  GIS-

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