Request for disbursement of medical expenses: Ninawa

Islamic State
Wilayat Ninawa/Left-North Side Military Administration [i.e. north-east Mosul area]

No. 5 Safr 1437 AH [17 November 2015 CE]

In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful
To: Military Administrator
Subject: Disbursement of operation entitlements


Praise be to God alone and prayers and peace be upon the Messenger of God, his family, companions and whoso is loyal to him. As for what follows:

As-salam alaykum wa rahmat Allah wa barakatuhu

We would like to inform you that the brother Abu Idriss who was wounded in Baiji with a strong wound (as a result of which he broke his left knee), has undergone a surgical operation in al-Sham [Syria] with replacement of the kneecap and the cost was $4000 and the details are outlined in the table below:

No.SumDetails
1$3000Sum the doctor took during the operation.
2$1000Route expenditures and treatment expenditures.

Administrative official of the left side military [i.e. east Mosul]
The amir
5 Safr 1437 AH

ID Card for a fighter in the Tariq bin Ziyad Battalion

Islamic State
Diwan al-Jund
Eastern Region

Temporary Card

Kunya: Abu Ali al-Jarjari
ID number: 1,200,012,093
Weapon number: 1752
Blood type:
Battalion: Tariq bin Ziyad

Islamic State
Diwan al-Jund
Military/General Administrative Official



[Comment: Found by Josie Ensor in Mosul. The Tariq bin Ziyad Battalion was known for having many foreign fighters in its ranks (i.e. people from outside Iraq and Syria) and the ID number beginning 1,200,0…is found for a number of the battalion’s personnel. See here for comparison as well as West Point CTC’s study on Islamic State databases discussing the ID number system. However, it should be noted that the name ‘al-Jarjari suggests this fighter was originally from the Mosul area/Ninawa. Note that ‘Eastern Region’ refers to the Iraqi theatre of operation for the Islamic State.].

The Personnel of the Omar bin al-Khattab Battalion: West Mosul

Those working in the Omar bin al-Khattab Battalion (may God be pleased with him)

Date of inventory: 17 Sha’ban [?] 1438 AH


No.Four-fold name and surnameKunyaSurvey numberNotes
1Aamer Jum’a Mahmoud Kurdi al-HamdaniAbu Khalid Kuwaiyani Military official of the battalion
2Adnan Abdullah Ashkar Abd al-MatyutiAbu Abdullah1,180,011,672Administrative official of the Omar bin al-Khattab Battalion/inside
3Ragheb Muhammad Hussein Alawi al-BadraniAbu Ahmad Nasij1,170,023,491Use/inside
4Ali Saleh Muhammad Ali al-JuburiAbu Hassan1,190,010,071Personnel of the battalion
5Muhammad Thamer Tadhmir Mahmoud al-MashhadaniAbu Maryam1,170,018,871Shari’i official of the battalion
6Khidhr Ismail Khidr Na’amo al-QuraishiAbu Sayf Shu’un1,180,012,612Affairs of the battalion
7Bashar Hadi Muhammad Hassan al-ObeidiAbu Ishaq1,170,018,015Nurse/affairs of the wounded/hospital
8Muhamamd Abd al-Karim Muhammad Yunis al-Sha’abaniAbu al-Hur1,170,029,033Trustee of storage
9Ali Muhammad Suleiman Tahir al-JuburiAbu Sidra1,200,025,607Oil matters
10Muhammad Salah Ali Faraj al-JuburiAbu Ruqayya1,200,023,835Oil matters
11Ahmad Muhammad Hassan Alaiwi al-HadidiAbu Sajjad1,170,010,596Battalion workshop
12Naseef Jasim Muhammad Hassan al-AzzawiAbu Anas al-Shami1,000,013,721Affairs inside
13Hamoud Ahmad Abdullah Sabi’i al-JuburiAbu Nizar1,170,013,795General Military Police/outside
14Nadhem Hamdi Saleh Omar al-JuhaishiAbu Naser1,180,011,290General Military Police/outside
15Ahmad Eisa Muhammad Dawud al-HamdaniAbu Osama1,170,016,811Amir of the central kitchen
16Abdullah Omar Hamadi Eisa al-Sab’awiAbu Omar1,000,013,622Central kitchen/cook
17Hamed Dawud Suleiman Hussein al-MawlaDad Allah1,170,014,250Central kitchen/cook
18Muhammad Khalil Bakr Hussein al-NasiriAbu Qasim1,150,010,609Central kitchen/cleaning services
19Haitham Yunis Mari’i Hassan al-HamdaniAbu Hussein1,170,012,157Water transporter/mobile
20Ali Mahmoud Yaseen Hamdi al-JuburiAbu Karar1,170,018,921Kitchen storage
21Sa’ad Hamad Muhammad Ali al-HadidiAbu Sa’oud1,000,011,171Central kitchen
22Abdullah Abd al-Haleem Muhammad Saleh al-RahawiAbu Abada1,200,028,791Medical personnel
23Maitham Ali Hussein Ahmad al-JuburiAbu Ali1,190,015,127Medical personnel
24Yusuf Ahmad Dhanun Yunis al-Ta’iAbu Abd al-Rahman1,200,024,888Fighter/Air Defence
25Mahmoud Sami Mahmoud Qasim al-Ta’iAbu Abdullah1,180,011,548Fighter/Air Defence
26Mazen Mahmoud Qadir Khalaf al-ObeidiAbu Zainab1,170,017,186Fighter/Air Defence
27Rakan Nadhem Muhammad Qasim al-JuhaishiAbu Dafan1,200,015,889Fighter/Air Defence
28Ali Hazem Muhammad Dhanun al-ObeidiAbu Muslim1,200,025,628Fighter/Air Defence
29Abd al-Kareem Hussein Muhammad Mahmoud al-JuburiAbu Anas1,190,018,246Fighter/Air Defence
30Shaker Mahmoud Ali Hussein al-RashidiAbu Ayad1,200,016,748Fighter/Air Defence
31Hassan Abd al-Kareem Hussein Shahada al-Nu’aimiAbu Mustafa1,170,010,964Fighter/Air Defence
32Saleh Adham Anwairan Shaher al-HadidiAbu Muhammad1,170,027,494Fighter/Air Defence
33Basim Muhammad Mughir Khalaf al-JanabiAbu Abd al-Rahman1,190,017,791Fighter/Air Defence
34Nahel Khidhr Idriss Saleh al-JuburiAbu Abd al-Rahman1,170,011,863Fighter/Air Defence
35Abdullah Khalid Ghazi Abdullah al-JuheishiSalman1,000,012,526Fighter/Air Defence
36Muhannad Ahmad Khudhair Suleiman al-SuweidawiAbu Omar1,180,015,558Connections/inside
37Hussein Jabbar Kadhim Ramidh al-BayatiAbu Bakr1,170,017,124Connections/inside
38Muhammad Suhail Najm Abdullah al-JuburiAbu Abdullah1,200,027,516Connections transporter/inside
39Muthanna Muhammad Sa’adoun Matroud al-OweisiAbu Abdullah Field transporter
40Hazem Mahmoud Muhammad Farhan al-HadidiAbu Qasim1,170,014,577Field transporter
41Muhammad Khalil Hassan Ali al-JuburiAbu Ibrahim1,170,011,283Sentinel/inside
42Ali Mahmoud Muhammad Abd al-Razzaq al-JuburiAbu Okasha1,170,027,196Shari’i official/inside
43Omar Khalid Miraz Amur [?] al-KuwaiyaniAbu Asem1,170,014,675Shari’i official/inside
44Nashwan Ahmad Shihab Ahmad al-JuburiAbu Ghayth1,190,019,660Shari’i official/inside
45Muhammad Rumi Muhammad Hamadi al-AnaziAbu Mustafa1,170,027,211Shari’i official/inside
46Ahmad Saleh Hassan Majeed al-JuburiAbu Jameela1,170,010,582Intelligence/inside
47Fatah Allah Kadhem Muhammad al-Douri al-HamdaniAbu Shaham1,170,016,501Intelligence/inside
48Ahmad Riyadh Muhammad al-MaqalliAbu Ibrahim1,000,013,727Relief transporter
49Ali Hassan Jawad Hameed al-Haiza’iAbu Hussein1,200,025,630Sentinel/inside
50Saleh Ali Hamada Abd al-Lateed al-BadraniAbu Anas Sentinel/inside
51Ahmad Riyadh Muhammad Thamer al-Mla’aliAbu Ibrahim1,000,013,727Sentinel/inside
52Laith Waleed Badran Muhammad al-LahibiAbu Nuraiya1,170,024,677Sentinel/inside
53Ali Huwaidi Muhammad Huwaidi al-JuburiAbu Zayd1,170,021,530Sentinel/inside
54Muwafiq Ahmad Muhammad Awad al-Sab’awiAbu Ayyub1,200,016,835Sentinel/inside
55Omar Muhammad Thabat Abdullah al-ObeidiAbu Hafs1,170,025,766Sentinel/inside
56Omar Yunis Kamthan Fathi al-ObeidiAbu Sa’af1,170,024,590Sentinel/inside
57Salim Abdullah Ahmad Ali al-JuburiAbu Ahmad1,170,018,913Sentinel/inside
58Rasheed Ibrahim Ajaj Hameed al-JuburiAbu Mus’ab1,170,018,910Sentinel/inside
59Ahmad Ali Sa’id Hameed al-JuburiAbu Adnan1,170,018,916Sentinel/inside
60Ra’id Ayed Ahmad Saleh al-JuburiAbu Ayman1,170,018,465Sentinel/inside
61Muhsin Khidhr Muhammad Fadhil al-JuburiAbu Abd1,190,016,378Sentinel/inside
62Muhammad Mahmoud Saleh Khidhr al-Sab’awiAbu Ammar1,190,018,096Sentinel/inside
63Rahid Ahmad Antar Hamad al-HamdaniAbu Zakariya1,000,012,222Sentinel/inside
64Hassani Salim Jasim Ab’eiran al-JanabiAbu Suleiman BaijiFrom the specialSentinel/inside
65Ahmad Abd al-Hakeem Abdullah Hussein al-Sumaida’iAbu Dhir1,150,015,325Sentinel/inside
66Hayder Arid Muhammad Sa’id Fandi al-DulaimiAbu Sariya Sentinel/inside
67Sa’ad Muhammad Khidhr Mustafa al-LahibiAbu Sa’id1,200,028,794Sentinel/inside
68Abdullah Bashar Ibrahim al-Ta’iAbu Layth Sentinel/inside
69Yusuf Ahmad Khalaf Saluh al-Sab’awiAbu Mus’ab1,000,011,540Sentinel/inside
70Hussein Emad Ali Hussein al-Sab’awiAbu Zayd Sentinel/inside
71Abd Muhammad Khaleef Jarkha al-BadraniAbu Suhayb1,160,023,716Sentinel/inside
72Ammar Mahdi Ali Obeid al-BadraniAbu Rawaha1,200,023,827Sentinel/inside
73Qahtan Idrees Sa’ad Allah Thabat al-AbdullahAbu Talha1,200,021,749Sentinel/inside
74Rayan Ghanim Mahmoud Afas al-AhmadiAbu Sara1,200,023,839Sentinel/inside
75Jamal Sufyan Khalaf Ahmad al-JughaifiAbu Sufyan7-391-665-078Sentinel/inside
76Ameen Munir Sabah Abd al-Nu’aimiAbu Sadiq1,000,013,698Sentinel/inside
77Abd al-Muhaimin Muhammad Qasim Muhammad al-HamdaniAbu Zahra’ Sentinel/inside
78Ala’ Abdullah Jum’a Hamadi al-BadraniAbu Osama1,000,013,757Sentinel/inside
79Abd al-Ghafur Sultan Abdullah al-Ali al-HadidiAbu Abdullah1,000,012,820Sentinel/inside
80Khayr Allah Hussein Hassan Mua’ed al-JughaifiAbu Omar1,170,013,502Sentinel/inside
81Fadhil Bdaiwi Munawir Hussein al-HadidiAbu Ahmad1,170,220,936Sentinel/inside
82Abd al-Rahman Hamid Matar Jalud al-JuburiAbu Anas Sentinel/inside
83Ahmad Abd al-Kareem Hussein Obeid al-JuburiAbu al-Ayna’1,170,014,457Sentinel/inside
84Hassan Mahmoud Hassan Hamadi al-HadidiAbu Sa’ad1,200,016,983Sentinel/inside
85Rafi’ Ali Ramadan Hameed al-AkeediAbu Izz al-Din Sentinel/inside
86Shahir Ghanim Salim Sultan al-BadraniAbu Abdullah Sentinel/inside
87Ghanam Rafi’ Ali Ramadan al-AkeediAbu SayfMunasirSentinel/inside
88Nur al-Din Idris Abd al-Qadir Othman al-QassabAbu Fatima1,000,013,803Sentinel/inside
89Muhammad Kamil Ramadan Hamad al-JuburiAbu Abd al-Ghanni Sentinel/inside
90Abd al-Wahhab Muhammad Bdaiwi Munawir al-HadidiAbu MustafaMunasirSentinel/inside
91Lazim Awad Dhiyab Munawir al-HadidiAbu OmarMunasirSentinel/inside
92Nouri Nayed Sharif Fariq al-BaijawaniAbu Abd al-Rahman1,170,026,458Sentinel/inside
93Arif Abd al-Razzaq Hassan Ali al-DulaimiQa’qa’1,200,027,347Sentinel/inside
94Akram Muhammad Khudhair Hussein al-HadidiAbu Omar1-421-376-671Sentinel/inside
95Mahmoud Hassan Ahmad Dalli al-JuburiAbu AliMunasirSentinel/inside
96Shaja’ Muhammad Hameed Hussein al-MashhadaniAbu Isra’ Sentinel/inside
97Mahmoud Ayed Maz’al Ahmad al-AkeediAbu Sayf1,190,014,166Sentinel/inside
98Abd al-Muhsin Mahmoud Hassan Ata Allah al-BadraniAbu al-Zubair1,190,020,396Sentinel/inside
99Muhammad Mahmoud Muhammad Aboush al-JuburiAbu Anas1,170,026,232Sentinel/inside
100Abd al-Basit Rasheed Suleiman Abdullah al-JuburiAbu Rashid1,190,013,550Sentinel/inside
101Sakr Hassan Khidhr Hassan al-AkeediAbu Omar1,170,026,232Sentinel/inside
102Muhammad Basheer Muhammad Ahmad al-JuburiAbu al-Bara’1,200,024,901Sentinel/inside
103Ahmad Muhammad Ahmad al-MuhammadAbu Dujana al-Shami Sentinel/inside
104Hakam Ali Mahmoud Ali al-BadraniAbu AbdullahMunasirSentinel/inside
105Muhammad Aamer Abd al-Qadir Dhanun al-ObeidiTalha Sentinel/inside
106Ahmad Awda Munawir Hussein al-HadidiAbu OthmanMunasirSentinel/inside
107Hani Abd al-Razzaq Zhahir al-Nu’aimiAbu A’isha al-Shami Sentinel/on leave
108Yahya Kurdi Fahad Attiyah al-JuburiAbu Suleiman Sentinel/on leave
109Suhayb Abd al-Jabbar Ali Hussein al-HamdaniAbu Abd al-Jabbar1,200,023,822Sentinel/on leave
110Abd al-Kareem Maysar Salim Khalil al-ObeidiAbu Ja’afar1,170,015,532Sentinel/on leave
111Ahmad Hameed Muhammad Hameed al-BadraniAbu Suhayb1,200,028,819Sentinel/on leave
112Abdullah Ahmad Rafi’ KhalidAbu A’isha al-Shami Sentinel/on leave
113Radhwan Mahall Hassan Hameed al-BadraniAbu Nur1,200,028,495Sentinel/on leave
114Ahmad Kareem Muhammad Sultan al-MawaliAbu Abdullah Kokjali1,170,010,592Sentinel/on leave
115Ziyad Bakr Muhammad Bakr al-FarhatAbu A’isha Sentinel/on leave
116Abd al-Hameed Muhammad Jasim Khalifa Albu DabashAbu Bara’ al-Shami Sentinel/on leave
117Abdullah Ahmad Ramadan Sultan al-HamdaniAbu Sariya1,120,017,993Sentinel/on leave
118Saleh Ahmad Mahmoud Majeed al-JuburiAbu Haydar8-089-987-299Sentinel/on leave
119Sufyan Dhanun Muhammad Khaleef al-BadraniAbu A’isha1,170,012,483Sentinel/on leave
120Mujahid Khalid Mansur Salman al-BuhairiAbu Khalid al-JazrawiGeneral AdministrationSentinel/on leave
121Zaydan Khalaf Obeid Jasim al-BadraniAbu Ruqayya1,170,028,038Sentinel/on leave
122Muhammad Kamil RamadanAbu Abd al-Ghanni Sentinel/on leave
123Jasim Habeeb Faraj Muhammad al-Sab’awiAbu Abd1,170,018,872Sentinel/on leave
124Saddam Hussein Saleh Khidhr al-Sab’awiAbu Karam1,190,018,011Sentinel/on leave
125Qutaiba Kurdi Ahmad Saleh al-JumailiAbu Muslim1,190,019,419Sentinel/on leave
126Sa’ad Tariq Jarjis Muhammad al-BadraniAbu al-Qa’qa’ Sentinel/on leave
127Fadhil Suleiman Hamoudi Dhiyab al-Ta’iAbu Osaid Sentinel/on leave
128Muhammad Eisa Ahmad Abd al-JuhaishiAbu Aman1,170,022,749Sentinel/on leave
129Ahmad Sultan Manzal Arghiyan al-ObeidiAbu Omar al-Khashan1,170,011,285Sentinel/on leave
130Dergham Ibrahim Dhanun Abd al-MawlaAbu Basman8,295,318,470Sentinel/on leave
131Ahmad Muhammad Yunis Ahmad al-HarbawiIbrahim1,170,023,201Sentinel/on leave
132Abd al-Hadi Muhammad Yunis isma’il al-AnaziAbu As’ad1,000,013,615Sentinel/on leave
133Ahmad Dhanun Abdullah Madid al-BadraniAbu Muslim1,200,028,820Sentinel/on leave
134Abdullah Abd al-Sattar Abdullah Mahmoud al-JuhaishiAbu Ahmad1,200,020,234Sentinel/on leave
135Khalid Fathi Ahmad Hamoud al-DulaimiAbu Abd[.],[…], 013,233[not visible]
136Ghanim Abd Fathi Ali al-BadraniAbu OthmanMunasir[not visible]
137Ibrahim Khalil Muhammad Atiyah al-JuburiAbu Mua’tasim[.],[…],013,787[not visible]
138Hameed Omar Dakheel Dhal’an al-JuburiAbu Omar[.],[…],010,052[not visible]
139Ali Muhammad Abdullah Yunis al-Ta’iAbd al-Haqq [not visible]
140Mustafa Muhammad al-Muhammad DadaAbu Islam al-Manbaji [not visible]
141Bassam Ahmad Mustafa Sa’ad al-JuburiAbu Muhammad[.],[…],011,882[not visible]



[Stamp on each page except the last one]:

Islamic State
Diwan al-Jund
Right-side of Mosul Sector [i.e. west Mosul]

[on the second page a fuller version of the stamp appears that seems to show the stamp of the administrative official of the battalion].

[in writing at end of table]:

Sha’alan Ahmad Khidhr Yusuf al-Juhaishi: Abu Karar, battalion in battalion [?…]

Hamoud Ayid Maz’al Ahmad al-Alidi [?]; Abu Sayf, Omar battalion, the brother [not visible…]

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[Comment: Note that in the above translation, any parenthetical insertions in square brackets are my own. These documents provide a useful overview of a battalion of the Islamic State’s forces in the west Mosul, appearing to date from May 2017 not long before the conclusion of the battle of Mosul. Personnel in the battalion can take on a variety of functions: some function as kitchen staff, others take on a Shari’i function, but the majority are sentinels (called ‘murabiteen’ in Arabic: i.e. they man the front-lines). It is also worth noting the survey number, a system of marking formal members who have pledged allegiance to the Islamic State, as opposed to the ‘munasir’ (‘supporter’) who is of a different category. The survey number generally takes the form of A,BCD,EFG,HIJ. Normally, A is 1, B and C are treated as one number ranging from 00 to 20, D and E are both 0, and the remaining digits appear to be variable. For example:

1,170,011,285.

From this list, by far the most prevalent combination is 1,17 for A,BC. This suggests that that combination is particular to personnel registered in the Ninawa wilaya of the Islamic State. As for combination 1,19, I have observed it for personnel lists from Qayyara (which came under the ‘Dijla wilaya’ of the Islamic State), suggesting it is particular to personnel registered in that wilaya.

An analysis of the names shows the overwhelming majority of personnel in the battalion are Iraqis. I count five personnel with the name ‘Shami’ in their kunyas suggesting they are Syrians originally (most likely) or from the greater Levant. One fighter has ‘Manbiji’ as part of his kunya suggesting he is from Manbij in Aleppo province. Only one fighter in the battalion appears to have a kunya suggesting he is from outside Iraq and the Levant: namely, Abu Khalid al-Jazrawi, whose kunya suggests he is from Saudi Arabia].

Circular from the Delegated Committee on Rewards for Deeds in War

Islamic State
Delegated Committee

Number: 921
Date: 26 Dhu al-Q’ida 1437 AH/30 August 2016 CE

In the name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful

To: The Diwan al-Jund
Subject: Disbursement of Pay


Praise be to God and prayers and peace be upon the Messenger of God and his family with salutations…..As for what follows:

As-salam alaykum wa rahmat Allah wa barakatuhu

I ask God the Blessed and Almighty to protect you with His protection, and guide you with His guidance, and make right your judgement, and make firm your steps, and grant you victory over your enemy, and grant you success for what He loves and is pleased with. Indeed He is excellent as Lord and excellent as Helper.

The Almighty has said: ‘So fight in the path of God. Only bear what you yourself can deal with, and rouse the believers. Perhaps God will ward off the might of those who have disbelieved. And God is mightier in might and mightier in inflicting damage’- (Surat al-Nisa’ 84).

As it is from the aspect of incitement to fight the enemies of God and the apostates and inflicting havoc on them and inciting the brothers to fight them, the Amir al-Mu’mineen Sheikh Abu Bakr al-Qurashi al-Baghdadi (may God protect him) has ordered to give payments in golden dinars to all who inflict havoc in destroying the arms and equipment of the enemies of God Almighty, and that is according to the following arrangement:

. Aircraft (fighter jets/helicopters/drones): giving a car whose value is no less than 10 golden dinars of 21 carats to the detachment or person and that is according to the directives of the amir.

. Tanks: payment is to be given according to the manner in which they have been destroyed as follows:

Giving 7 golden dinars for everyone who blows up a tank with any weapons even if it is by land mines controlled by wire or control devices from a distance except land mines that not controlled from a distance. The exception also is blowing up with guided missiles, for which only 1 golden dinar is to be given.

. Armoured cars in their various types and armoured vehicles: giving 4 golden dinars except for what is blown up with a land mine.

. General vehicles: giving 2 dinars except what is blown up with an uncontrolled land mine.

. Sniper: giving of every apostate or disbeliever: giving 1 dinar if it is photographed and half a dinar if there is a witness with it.

. Support: every projectile that achieves direct hits, there is to given 1 silver dirham to the detachment on the basis that there is a witness or photography. This in in the event of not knowing the type of losses of the enemy. As for in the event of knowing the losses of the enemy, it is to be given for the biggest target and not for every target, provided the news should be on the same day.

. Using chemical weapons with projectiles and rockets: for every projectile that hits the target: 10 silver dirhams are to be given to the detachment.

. Killing an apostate or disbelieving soldier: 10 silver dirhams are to be give whatever the means of killing, except sniper.

. Capturing an apostate or disbelieving soldier: 1 golden dinar is to be given.

[Stamp on top of page]:

Islamic State
Delegated Committee


[Stamp on bottom of page]:

Islamic State
Diwan al-Jund
General Administration/The Amir


[In handwriting]:

To be circulated to all sectors and all the divisions are to be informed of circulating to the brigades, battalions and detachments.









Mechanism of giving the payment from the Bayt al-Mal:

. The fighting brother or unit must submit a request to the direct amir or administrative official, with the target that has been achieved in the battle or the expedition, while offering the evidence to prove it from witnesses or photography.

. The direct amir must be sure of the truthfulness of the request and the witnesses and certify it, and he is to give a certified copy to the person making the request, while referring a detailed report to the general administrative official in the battalion/brigade/division, on the basis that the requests should be brought together every 10 days and submitted to the Bayt al-Mal so that they can be disbursed to the fighters. And if the lack of truthfulness of the request is established, the matter is to be referred to the military judiciary.

. And the Bayt al-Mal is authorised by any other means [to transfer the disbursements] provided it should be quicker than this means.

. For the amirs (amir of the division and below): for each amir there is to be a deduction of 1% of the payment granted to the fighters who are under his amirship. An example of that:

. The support unit has launched 10 projectiles, 5 of which hit the target. So it is to be given 5 silver dirhams from which there is to be the following deductions:

. 1% for the amir of the detachment.
. 1% for the amir of the general support.
. 1% for the amir of the division.
. So 97% goes to the detachment.

A brother has blown up a Hummer vehicle with a land time through connection with a wire or control device at a distance:

. 1% for the amir of the detachment.
. 1% for the amir of the squadron.
. 1% for the amir of the platoon.
. 1% for the amir of the battalion.
. 1% for the amir of the brigade.
. 1% for the amir of the division.
. So 94% goes to the fighting brother.

If these brothers are his amirs.

. If the brother is killed after submitting the request and referring it to the Bayt al-Mal, the payment is to be disbursed to his family. As for if he is killed during the battle, his reward falls upon God.

And may God reward you best.

Notes:

1. This system of payment is to be effective from date 1 Dhu al-Hijja 1437 AH and for a period of 3 months.
2. It must be circulated to all the soldiers in the battalions, brigades and divisions.

Islamic State
Delegated Committee.


[Comment: In this document we get an idea of the Islamic State’s conventional military structures. From smallest to largest, these are: detachment (mafraza), platoon (faseel), squadron (sarya), battalion (katiba), brigade (liwa) and division (farqa). In addition, this document confirms that Islamic State approved use of chemical weapons against its adversaries].

An Analysis of the Jaysh Khalid bin al-Waleed Military Database

Introduction

It is with great pleasure that I commence this project of the Islamic State Archives in collaboration with Aaron Zelin by presenting an internal database of military personnel for the Islamic State’s southern Syria affiliate Jaysh Khalid bin al-Waleed (“The Army of Khalid bin al-Waleed”- JKBW).

As an introduction for readers, JKBW was formed in May 2016 as a merger between three Syrian jihadi groups: Liwa Shuhada’ al-Yarmouk (“The Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade”), Harakat al-Muthanna al-Islamiya (“The Islamic al-Muthanna Movement”) and Jama’at al-Mujahideen (“The Group of Mujahideen”). The “Khalid bin al-Waleed” aspect of JKBW’s name refers to the Muslim conqueror Khalid bin al-Waleed, who defeated the Byzantines at the Battle of the Yarmouk, a key engagement that resulted in the Muslim conquest of the Levant in the 7th century CE.

The group’s name becomes understandable when one notes that the formation of JKBW took place in the Yarmouk Basin region in the southwest corner of the southern Syrian province of Deraa. The Israeli-occupied Golan Heights lies to the west of the region while Jordan lies to the south. For convenience, a map of the area is produced below.

The Yarmouk Basin region and its environs

For close followers of Islamic State propaganda output, the links between JKBW and the Islamic State were clear. JKBW propaganda showed similar high quality output, themes and language as Islamic State propaganda, and channels disseminating Islamic State material would readily reproduce JKBW output. In the final weeks of JKBW’s existence in summer 2018, the entity publicly took on the name of Wilayat Hawran (“Hawran province,” referring to the Hawran region of greater southern Syria).

Through most of JKBW’s existence, the group was at war with the Syrian rebels who controlled the Deraa countryside adjacent to its territory. As an Islamic State affiliate, JKBW echoed the Islamic State line in describing the rebels as “apostate Sahwa” (a reference to the Sahwa phenomenon of Sunni tribesmen who fought the Islamic State of Iraq when the U.S. occupied Iraq). However, the war between JKBW and the rebels was a stalemate. On two occasions, JKBW made noteworthy territorial gains against the rebels. In February 2017, JKBW seized the towns of Sahm al-Jowlan and Taseel. In July 2018, the group seized the town of Heet, which it had long besieged. That gain proved to be short-lived though, as a Syrian government offensive on areas out of its control in southern Syria finally turned its attention to the Yarmouk Basin. By August 2018, the JKBW enclave had collapsed completely, as the Syrian government had the overwhelming advantage of firepower and manpower, recruiting some former rebels to fight JKBW.

The Military Database

So why start this project on the Islamic State with an item on JKBW? Quite simply, on account of the uniqueness of the material. Those who study jihadi groups deal with a number of vexing questions, such as:

– How many fighters/members does a particular group have?
– From where do the fighters/members come?
– How do salaries and matters of finance work?

The material presented here can provide significant insight into all of these questions regarding JKBW. In short, the database presented is a list of all military personnel for JKBW in the month of Dhu al-Q’ida of the year 1438 AH (an Islamic calendar dating, corresponding approximately to the period of 24 July-22 August 2017).

This database was obtained from a source who attained a high-rank position in the JKBW but was in fact an infiltrator (for which side exactly I will not disclose). The database contains entries for 516 personnel, listed with the following details:

– Military ID number
– Nickname (kunya/laqab)
– Number of wives
– Number of children
– Allocation of food expenses
– Number of dependent parents
– Number of dependent siblings
– Total salary (kifala)
– Rent subsidy
– Any other notes

In the first instance, it makes sense to explain how the salary scheme (reckoned on a monthly basis) works in the database. The scheme in the database as follows:

– The basic rate- that is, for an unmarried fighter with no dependent parents or siblings- is $40.

– For each wife the fighter had, an extra $40.

– For each child, an extra $28.

– For each dependent parent, an extra $40.

– For each dependent sibling, an extra $28.

– Allocations for food expenses (that is, money spent on kitchens to provide meals for fighters, at a fixed rate of $37 per fighter) are not included as part of the salary.

– Rent subsidies (that is, for fighters renting out homes from the local population, as opposed to those living in confiscated property registered with the JKBW real estate office) are not included as part of the salary.

In determining salaries, no distinction was made between e.g. tank personnel and artillery personnel. The same salary scheme was applied to all. It should be noted that JKBW would have followed the salary scheme applied to personnel in the Islamic State’s formal ‘provinces’ elsewhere in Iraq and Syria. From Islamic State records from those areas that I have posted, one might have noticed the salary scheme was higher, such as a basic rate of $50, an extra $50 per wife and an extra $35 per child. The discrepancy between those data and this database is easily explained though: as the pressures on the Islamic State grew, salaries for personnel were cut. Here then, we have a useful snapshot of how the Islamic State was impacted financially as it lost territory and suffered more and more defeats at the hands of its enemies.

Other Islamic State records indicate that salary calculations were also determined by whether a member owned sabaya (female captives/concubines/sex slaves) and whether those sabaya had children. This does not appear in the JKBW military database, indicating that the phenomenon of sabaya did not exist in JKBW areas, though that is not a testament to JKBW benevolence. It is simply that there were no women eligible to be taken as sabaya in its areas (e.g. Yezidi women).

Next, the issue of number of fighters and types of fighters. The database primarily divides military personnel by geographic sector. All of the areas in the database were frontline zones against the rebels at the time:

– Ain Dhikr, the northwest edge of JKBW’s holdings.
– Taseel, the northeast edge of JKBW’s holdings.
– al-Qusayr, to the southwest of rebel-held Heet.
– Sahm al-Jowlan, to the northeast of Heet.
– Jalin, the eastern edge of JKBW’s holdings.

For the other military personnel categories, most are self-explanatory (e.g. artillery squadron, tanks squadron, fortifications squadron and engineering). The following require some explanation:

– Special assignments/assignments squadron: personnel to be used in battles. As has been commonplace in much of the Syrian civil war, much ‘fighting’ takes the form of ribat (“frontline manning”) and so most of the personnel listed in the various geographic sectors of this database would be known as murabiteen.

– Madhadat: personnel using weapons to fire on and neutralize enemy vehicles.

– Operations: personnel dealing with communications equipment (particularly wireless devices)

– Special assignments (borders): personnel tasked with guarding the borders of the JKBW enclave with the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights and Jordan.

– Mutasayyibeen: personnel placed under monitoring for misconduct and suspended from their positions (hence no salary allocations etc. to them). They could be subjected to Shari’i courses, imprisonment and formal expulsion from JKBW.

Naturally, this database does not include JKBW personnel engaged in various non-military functions, such as:

– Education

– Hisba (‘commanding virtue and forbidding vice’ apparatus)

– Security personnel (both ‘internal’ and ‘external’, the latter conducting operations against the enemy in the heart of its territory)

– Zakat (alms taxation)

– Media production

People could of course transfer from a non-military to a military role and vice versa.

As noted earlier, the question of ‘how many fighters/members does a group have?’ is a notoriously difficult one. Lack of independent reporting on the ground, together with limited knowledge of the day-to-day functions of these groups, impedes the task of reliable estimates. Look, for example, at how inaccurate estimates of the numbers of Islamic State personnel and their families were inside the tiny Baghuz enclave in eastern Syria that recently fell to the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces.

In contrast, in this database we have a concrete number of JKBW military personnel at a given point in time (516 personnel, of whom 12 are mutasayyibeen). Based on these data, while reasonably assuming a 50-50 split between military and non-military functions and accounting for battlefield losses and new recruitment, it is fair to conclude that at the group’s peak, the total number of JKBW members approximately fluctuated between 800 and 1000. It is highly unlikely that the number of JKBW personnel ever went well beyond 1000.

The final question to consider is the nature of the composition of JKBW’s ranks. The database lists personnel according to nicknames. Many of these nicknames are according to apparent place of origin. The most recurring places in nicknames (in no particular order) appear to be Koaiya (/Koayia), Inkhil, Jamla, Abideen, al-Sheikh Sa’ad, al-Shajra and Nafi’a.

Of these places, al-Sheikh Sa’ad, Koaiya, Jamla, Abideen, Nafi’a and al-Shajra do not come as a surprise. al-Sheikh Sa’ad was once a base for Harakat al-Muthanna al-Islamiya, prior to the routing of the group from the area by the rebels and its retreat into the Yarmouk Basin area controlled by Liwa Shuhada’ al-Yarmouk in spring 2016. The other five villages were all originally controlled by Liwa Shuhada’ al-Yarmouk and constituted the core of JKBW territory on its foundation in 2016. Some clans and families from these places have been associated with JKBW: namely, the al-Baridi clan of Jamla that formed a foundation for Liwa Shuhada’ al-Yarmouk, the al-Ja’ouni clan of al-Shajra, the al-Ashawasha family of the al-Sababiha clan of Koaiya, and the al-Masri clan of Abideen.

The association of particular clans and families with JKBW has had ramifications in the aftermath of JKBW’s defeat. This has most notably been the case in Jamla, where members of the al-Samuri clan (often perceived to be supporters of the Syrian government) perceive the al-Baridi clan to be responsible for the rise of the Islamic State in the Yarmouk Basin.

However, one should avoid thinking about JKBW solely in terms of clans and tribes. For example, one can also find Baridis and Ja’ounis who opposed JKBW and/or had nothing to do with the group. A few Samuris became involved in JKBW. Interestingly, the former head of the Deraa provincial council- Hani al-Hamdan- is from Koaiya.

It may strike the reader as more surprising that there are many JKBW members from Inkhil, a north Deraa town well outside JKBW’s zone of control. One would often hear on an anecdotal level that many people from Inkhil had joined JKBW. In fact, at the time this database was produced, the amir of JKBW was from Inkhil (Abu Tayyim Inkhil).

Besides Inkhil, other recurring place names from outside JKBW’s zone of control include Nasiriya (Quneitra/west Deraa), Qarqas (Quneitra), Tel Shihab (names in the form of Tel/al-Tellawi and Tel Shihab) and Qita (a village to the west of al-Sanamayn in north Deraa countryside).

Some of the kunyas appear to suggest the presence of non-Syrians in the ranks of JKBW, but rather amusingly, they turn out to be misleading. For example, Abu Hamza al-Almani (“Abu Hamza the German”) was not in fact German but actually from the Deraa town of Ibta’ and married to a woman from Koaiya. He took the nickname al-Almani because of his seemingly Germanic physical features. Similarly, Abu Ruqayya al-Malizi (“Abu Ruqayya the Malaysian”) was not from Malaysia but the Deraa town of Da’el. Abu Omar al-Sini (“Abu Omar the Chinese”) was not from China but the Deraa town of al-Sheikh Maskeen.

Other nicknames take after weapons: thus Hawin means ‘mortar’, Kornet refers to the Kornet missile and another calls himself after the Howitzer. Perhaps the funniest name in the whole database is Abu Shadi Kola. I have heard from a friend from the Yarmouk Basin village of Ma’ariya that Abu Shadi Kola was originally from Quneitra, and that the name derives from the fact that he used to distribute cola drinks to shops.

On a personal level, I am familiar with some of the names that appear on this list. Abu al-Muthanna Taseel, for example, is the notorious Marwan Zain al-Abideen, who appeared as “Abu al-Muthanna al-Ansari” in an official JKBW video on reform of the education system. Abu Hazim Tawheed in the arming office sector is Abu Bakr al-Hazim, originally from Quneitra. I communicated with him multiple times via Facebook. He was killed in August 2017. Others I recognize from Facebook include Abu Uday Inkhil, Abu Qasim al-Inkhili and Abu Qays Sahm.

The database of course has its limitations in talking about the exact composition of the group’s ranks. For the lack of other sources, it will not be possible to track the life stories and real names of many of these personnel. There are other details missing such as the ages of the personnel.













Jaysh Khalid bin al-Waleed Military Database (July-August 2017)

General kifalas for the army for the Hawdh al-Yarmouk sector for the month of Dhu al-Q’ida for the year 1438 AH

No.   Total number Kifala Food expenses Renting of dwellings ($) Renting of dwellings (SP) Deduction ($) Deduction (SP)
1 Military administration 14 $2696 $481   99,000 SP    
2 Mutasayyibeen 14      
3 Engineering 6 $772 $185   67,000 SP    
4 Al-Qusayr 25 $2908 $925   109,000 SP    
5 Saham 77 $9184 $2849   275,000 SP    
6 Jalin 81 $8596 $2997   296,000 SP    
7 Special assignments 12 $712 $444      
8 Taseel 135 $14164 $4995   499,000 SP    
9 Ain Dhikr 46 $6184 $1702   75,000 SP    
10 Madhadat 4 $488 $148   30,000 SP    
11 Mortar and artillery squadron 5 $652 $148   24,000 SP    
12 Tanks squadron 25 $3392 $925   102,000 SP    
13 Fortifications squadron 10 $1156 $370   58,000 SP    
14 Arming office 7 $1064 $259   81,000 SP    
15 Operations 6 $636 $222   35,000 SP    
16 Special assignments (borders) 49 $7356 $1813   113,000 SP    
17 Renting of bases of the army 0 $100 80,000 SP    
Total of general kifalas for the army   516 $59,960 $18,463 $100      

General Financial Official
General Administrative Official
General Amir

Observation for general kifalas for the army for the month of Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH

No. Sectors Total number Number of wives Number of children Relief for mother/father Relief for brother/sister Total
1 Mutasayyibeen 0
2 Engineering 6 6 9 1 0 $772
3 Al-Qusayr 25 18 38 1 3 $2908
4 Sahm 77 56 114 14 4 $9814
5 Jalin 81 54 104 5 3 $8596
6 Special Assignments 12 3 4 0 0 $712
7 Taseel 135 90 167 8 6 $14164
8 Ain Dhikr 46 35 94 5 4 $6184
9 Madhadat 4 4 6 0 0 $488
10 Mortars and Artillery squadron 5 5 9 0 0 $652
11 Tanks squadron 25 21 39 8 5 $3392
12 Military administration 14 14 51 3 1 $2696
13 Fortifications squadron 10 7 17 0 0 $1156
14 Arming office 7 7 18 0 0 $1064
15 Operations 6 5 7 0 0 $636
16 Special assignments (borders) 49 43 127 3 0 $7356
Total 502 368 804 48 26 $59,960

Names of the mutasayyibeen brothers for the month of Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH

No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1 1731 Abu Eisa Midi 2 4   1          
2 2030 Abu al-Qa’qa’ Taseel 0 0              
3   Abu al-Zain Taseel 0 0              
4   Abu Khattab Nafi’a 1 0              
5   Abu Abd al-Aziz al-Hashish 2 4              
6   Abu Umair Abideen 0 0              
7   Abu Yahya Jamla 0 0              
8   Abu Omar al-Masri 0 0              
9   Abu Waleed Koaiya 1 1              
10   Abu Mujahid Jamla 0 0              
11 1732 Abu Marwan Ain Dhikr 2 2              
12   Abu Osayd 1 0              
13   Abu Uday Taseel Malek 0 0              
14   Abu Hudhaifa Adwan 1 2              
Total   14 10 13 $ 1 0        

Sector of Engineering
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Abdo

No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Singature Renting Notes
1 1396 Abu Islam Mumtina 1 1 0 1   $148   12,000  
2 1580 Abu Islam al-Sheikh 1 0 37     $80   15,000  
3 2067 Abu Ahmad Inkhil 1 3 37     $164   10,000  
4 1708 Abu Abd al-Kareem al-Homsi 1 1 37     $108   15,000  
5 1406 Abu Omar Faruq 1 2 37     $136      
6 1894 Abu Hazem Inkhil 1 2 37     $136   15,000  
Total   6 6 9 185 1 0 $772   67,000  

Note: the financial official and the administrative official for the sector or battalion are responsible for ensuring the correctness of the data present and bear responsibility for the consequences and mistakes.

Sector: al-Qusayr
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu al-Bara’ Heet


No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1   Abu Ruqayya al-Malizi 1 0 37     $80      
2 1590 Abu Azeez Koaiya 1 8 37     $304      
3 1593 Abu Ubada Heet 1 2 37     $136   15,000  
4 1415 Abu Islam al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
5   Abu Ramah Tel Shihab 0 0 37     $40      
6 1945 Abu Abd al-Rahman Koaiya 0 0 37   2 $96      
7 1947 Abu Qasim al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 1 37     $108   14,000  
8 1691 Abu Nibal Qanas 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
9 2096 Abu Aymenn Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
10 1983 Abu Reetaj Madhad 1 4 37     $192      
11 1497 Abu al-Ameen al-Ja’ouni 1 0 37     $80      
12 2114 Abu Abdullah al-Shajra 0 0 37     $40      
13 1465 Abu Bara’ Heet 1 3 37     $164   15,000  
14 2504 Abu Muhammad Inkhil 1 2 37     $136   10,000  
15   Abu Muhammad Koaiya 1 4 37     $192      
16   Abu al-Anfal 1 2 37     $136   10,000  
17   Abu Omar al-Tellawi 1 2 37     $136   10,000  
18   Abu Abd al-Rahman al-Qalamouni 0 0 37 1 1 $108      
19 1673 Abu Turki Inkhil 1 3 37     $164   15,000  
20 1928 Abu Ja’afar Heet 0 0 37     $40      
21   Abu Islam Adam 1 2 37     $136      
22 1609 Abu Hafs Jamla 1 0 37     $80      
23   Abu Khattab Abideen 1 1 37     $108      
24 1434 Abu Khalid Koaiya 1 3 37     $164      
25 1805 Abu Bakr Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
Total   25 18 38 925     $2908   109,000  

Note: the financial official and the administrative official for the sector or battalion are responsible for ensuring the correctness of the data present and bear responsibility for the consequences and mistakes.

Sector: Sahm
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Tariq Qasiba

No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1 1907 Abu Rawad al-Kanakari 1 1 37     $108      
2 1665 Abu Yamen al-Shajra 1 4 37     $192   20,000  
3 2094 Abu Aamer al-Ghazalani 0 0 37     $40      
4   Abu Elias Koaiya 0 0 37     $40      
5 1658 Abu Ali Nader 1 2 37     $136   5000  
6 1930 Abu Sari Sahm 1 2 37     $136   10,000  
7 1763 Abu Azzam al-Shuli 1 4 37     $192   10,000  
8   Abu Khattab Deraa 0 0 37     $40      
9   Abu Khattab al-Maz’al 1 0 37     $80   8000  
10 1650 Abu Ali Doushka 0 0 37     $40      
11   Abu Othman Sahm 0 0 37     $80      
12 1936 Abu Uday Barqa 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
13   Abu Ya’qub Sahm 0 0 37     $40      
14 2126 Abu Omar Jihadi 0 0 37     $40      
15 1455 Abu Yazan Koaiya 1 5 37     $220      
16 1587 Abu Ali Koaiya 1 0 37     $80      
17 1762 Abu Ayyub Sahm 0 0 37     $40      
18 1683 Abu al-Bara’ al-Homsi 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
19 1334 Abu Muhammad Kasariya 1 7 37     $276      
20   Abu Ahmad al-Falastini 0 0 37     $40      
21 1929 Abu Hassan al-Shajra 0 0 37     $40      
22 1986 Abu Ali Abideen 1 1 37     $108      
23   Abu Omar al-Shajra 1 2 37     $136      
24 1621 Abu Tariq Qasiba 1 7 37     $276   8000  
25 2501 Abu al-Harith Inkhil 1 0 37     $80   12,000  
26 1993 Abu Taha Koaiya 1 0 37     $80      
27 1944 Abu Hassan al-Ghoutani 1 3 37     $164      
28 1704 Abu Ishaq al-Habaki 1 2 37     $136   15,000  
29 1624 Abu Muhammad Nawa 1 5 37 1   $260   9000  
30 1638 Abu Lu’ay al-Absi 1 5 37 1   $260   12,000  
31   Abu Islam al-Shuli 0 0 37     $40      
32   Abu Khalid Bayt Arah 0 0 37 1 1 $108      
33 2589 Abu Ja’afar al-Qabuni 1 0 37     $80      
34   Abu Ali al-Sharhuli 1 0 37     $80      
35 1479 Abu Muhammad Ja’ara 1 4 37   1 $220      
36 1630 Abu Muhammad Samir 1 5 37 2   $300   15,000  
37   Abu Muhammad Dhiyabih 1 3 37     $164      
38 1911 Abu Sayf Inkhil 1 4 37     $192      
39 1741 Abu Hani Nasiriya 1 2 37     $136   8000  
40   Abu Qasim al-Janubi 1 2 37     $136   8000  
41 2104 Abu Osama Doushka 0 0 37     $40      
42   Abu Omar Sahm 0 0 37     $40      
43 1978 Abu Fahad Muhib 1 3 37     $164      
44 2100 Abu Ya’qub Jamla 0 0 37     $40      
45   Abu Ala’ Nafi’a 1 4 37     $192      
46   Abu Ja’afar Ma’ariya 0 0 37     $40      
47   Abu Hamza Atman 1 0 37     $80      
48   Abu al-Harith Deraa 0 0 37     $40      
49 1995 Abu Abdullah Trakas 1 5 37     $220      
50   Abu al-Yaman al-Qalamouni 1 2 37     $136   10,000  
51   Abu Julaybib Qasiba 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
52   Abu Hamza al-Almani 1 1 37     $108   8000  
53   Abu Khalid Matrud 1 2 37     $136      
54   Abu Waseem al-Hara 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
55   Abu Hamza al-Hara 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
56   Abu Hassan al-Kurdi 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
57   Au Ibrahim Masritiya 0 0 37 1 1 $108      
58 1689 Abu Umair Qanas 1 0 37 2   $160      
59   Abu Qatada Deraa 0 0 37     $40      
60   Abu Khalifa Ain Dhikr 0 0 37     $40      
61 1661 Abu Ra’afat Jamla 1 3 37     $164      
62 1943 Abu Za’al Koaiya 2 4 37     $232      
63   Abu Hashim Nawa 1 2 37     $136   15,000  
64   Mawkili Heet 1 0 37     $80      
65   Abu Mo’atasem Taseel 0 0 37     $40      
66   Abu Rayan Heet 1 2 37     $136   12,000  
67 2024 Abu Mua’wiya al-Baridi 1 3 37     $164      
68 1641 Abu Hajo 1 1 37 1 1 $176   15,000  
69 1654 Abu Zayd Atman 1 1 37     $108      
70   Abu Mu’awiya al-Hajr al-Aswad   0 0 37     $40      
71 2008 Abu al-Arqam al-Shuli 1 2 37     $136      
72   Abu Saddam Ain Dhikr 1 0 37     $80      
73 1600 Abu Fadi al-Homsi 1 2 37     $136   15,000  
74 1408 Abu Khattab al-Hajar 1 0 37 2   $160      
75 2020 Abu Bakr Abideen 1 0 37 2   $160      
76   Abu Ahmad Taseel 1 0 37     $80      
77 1981 Abu Khalid Nafi’a 1 2 37     $136      
Total   77 56 114 2849 14 4 $9184   275,000  

Note: the financial official and the administrative official for the sector or battalion are responsible for ensuring the correctness of the data present and bear responsibility for the consequences and mistakes.

Sector: Jalin
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Osama Abideen


No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1 2069 Abu Ali Hussein Basyuni 1 0 37     $80   12,000  
2 1940 Abu Hassan Ja’ara 0 0 37     $40      
3 1637 Abu Khalid Inkhil 1 2 37     $136   7000  
4 1670 Abu Hussein al-Bahtari 0 0 37     $40      
5 1585 Abu Adil al-Sura 1 4 37     $192   10,000  
6   Abu Adam al-Sheikh Sa’ad 0 0 37     $40      
7 1915 Abu Lu’ay Inkhil 1 0 37     $80      
8 1692 Abu Abdo al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 3 37 1   $204   10,000  
9 1586 Abu Muhammad al-Absi 1 4 37     $192   15,000  
10 1631 Abu Aysar Koaiya 1 4 37     $192      
11 1361 Abu Uday Nimr 1 3 37     $164   15,000  
12 2076 Abu Mujahid Deraa 0 0 37     $40      
13 2037 Abu Muhammad Abideen 1 1 37     $108      
14 1682 Abu Bakr Qarqas 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
15 1612 Abu Yazid al-Ansari 1 0 37     $80      
16 1781 Abu Othman al-Muqni’ 0 0 37     $40      
17 2125 Abu Othman Abideen 0 0 37     $40      
18   Abu al-Abbas Nafi’a 0 0 37     $40      
19 1903 Abu Waleed al-Afash 1 4 37     $192   8000  
20 1985 Abu Mua’adh Koaiya 1 1 37     $108      
21   Abu Hail Koaiya 1 0 37     $80      
22 1904 Abu Zayd Deraa 0 0 37     $40      
23 2093 Abu Ammar Nawa 1 0 37     $80      
24 1829 Abu Adam al-Tel 1 0 37     $80      
25 1780 Abu Salah Naba’ 1 0 37     $80   11,000  
26 1946 Abu Hamza al-Dud 1 1 37     $108      
27   Abu Rami Tafas 1 3 37     $164   15,000  
28 1373 Abu Uday al-Shajra 1 3 37     $164      
29   Abu Qasim Atman 1 1 37     $108      
30 1939 Abu Tamim al-Hiraki 1 1 37     $108   15,000  
31 2016 Abu Bakr al-‘Asha 0 0 37     $40      
32 1801 Abu Ahmad al-Jowlani 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
33 1807 Abu Nimr Artouz 0 0 37     $40      
34   Abu Obeida al-Tel 1 1 37     $108      
35   Abu Muslim Taseel 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
36 1634 Abu Ahmad Koaiya 1 8 37     $304      
37   Abu Mahran Atman 0 0 37     $40      
38   Abu Yazan al-Shajra 0 0 37     $40      
39 1657 Abu al-Yaman Tafas 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
40   Abu Ziyad Abidin 0 0 37     $40      
41   Abu Luqman Koaiya 0 0 37     $40      
42 1949 Abu Hamam al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 2 37   2 $192   13,000  
43 1782 Abu al-Zubayr Saida 1 0 37     $80      
44   Abu Islam Koaiya 0 0 37     $40      
45   Abu al-Yaman Ibta’ 0 0 37     $40      
46   Abu Mus’ab al-Lajat 0 0 37     $40      
47   Abu Ahmad Al-Shajra 0 0 37     $40      
48   Abu Mujahid al-Faqi’ 0 0 37     $40      
49   Abu Muhammad Rasas 2 1 37 2   $228      
50 1400 Abu Azhar Heet 1 2 37     $136      
51 1865 Abu Sariya Inkhil 1 1 37     $108   20,000  
52 2111 Abu Mustafa Inkhil 1 5 37     $220   15,000  
53   Abu Hudhaifa Mukhaim 0 0 37     $40      
54   Abu Khalid Ghabagheb 1 3 37     $164   12,000  
55 1846 Abu Ahmad Jamla 1 2 37     $136      
56   Abu Zayd Kafr Shams 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
57   Abu Iyad Hawin 1 1 37     $108      
58 1644 Abu Abd al-Rahman Deraa 0 0 37     $40      
59 1814 Abu Dujana Hawin 0 0 37     $40      
60 1845 Abu Abdullah al-Shajra 1 5 37     $220      
61 1851 Abu Malek al-Shajra 1 1 37     $108      
62 2097 Abu Omar al-Sini 0 0 37 1 1 $108   10,000  
63 2022 Abu Muhammad Abidin 1 0 37     $80      
64 2056 Abu Bakr Qanas 1 0 37     $80      
65 1747 Abu Omar Ibta’ 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
66   Abu Omar Atman 0 0 37     $40      
67   Abu Abdullah Arab 0 0 37     $40      
68 2019 Abu Ahmad al-Absi 1 0 37     $80      
69 1777 Abu Hamza al-Bahtari 1 0 37 1   $120   15,000  
70 1919 Abu Hamza Tafas 2 7 37     $316   10,000  
71   Abu Yazen Tel 1 5 37     $220   15,000  
72   Abu Amara Tabariyat 0 0 37     $40      
73   Abu Anas al-Samadi 1 3 37     $164   8000  
74   Abu Bakr Taseel 1 1 37     $136      
75   Abu Malek Arnous 0 0 37     $40      
76 1997 Abu Sanad 1 7 37     $276      
77   Abu Suhayb al-Sheikh Sa’ad 0 0 37     $40      
78   Abu Tayyim Nafi’a 0 0 37     $40      
79 1447 Abu Tareq Nafi’a 1 3 37     $164      
80 1812 Abu Abd al-Malek Hawin 2 9 37     $372      
81 1810 Abu Mujahid al-Shajra 0 0 37     $40      
Total   81 54 104 2,997 5 3 $8596      

Note: the financial official and the administrative official for the sector or battalion are responsible for ensuring the correctness of the data present and bear responsibility for the consequences and mistakes.

Sector: Assignments Squadron
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Abd al-Rahman Atman


No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for siblings Total Signature Renting Notes
1 1680 Abu Ali Qarqas     37     $40      
2 1734 Abu Abd al-Rahman Atman 1 3 37     $164      
3 1598 Abu Ali Deraa     37     $40      
4 2002 Abu Kamal al-Shami     37     $40      
5   Abu al-Darda’ al-Qurashi     37     $40      
6   Abu Uday Mujahideen 1 1 37     $108      
7 1681 Abu Hassan Inkhil     37     $40      
8 1901 Abu Qays Jamla     37     $40      
9 2040 Abu Qutayba Inkhil     37     $40      
10 1715 Abu Uday Abideen     37     $40      
11 2050 Abu Uday Kanaker     37     $40      
12 1952 Abu Nimr Qarqas 1   37     $80      
Total   12 3 4 444 0 0 $712      

Note: the financial official and the administrative official for the sector or battalion are responsible for ensuring the correctness of the data present and bear responsibility for the consequences and mistakes.

Sector: Military Administration
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Qasim al-Inkhili


No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1 1863 Abu Qasim al-Inkhili 1 3 37     $164   15,000  
2 2123 Abu Aymenn al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 9 37     $332      
3 1619 Abu Hussein Nasiriya 2 2 37     $176   10,000  
4   Abu Kifah Saida 1 0 37     $80      
5   Abu Ja’afar Mujahideen 1 1 37 2   $188      
6   Abu Khalid Taseel 1 6 37     $248      
7 1869 Abu Osama al-Askari 1 4 37     $192   12,000  
8 1453 Abu al-Abbas al-Bahtari 0 0 37     $40   7000  
9   Abu Fawzi Nawa 2 9 0     $372      
10   Abu Deyaa’ al-Tira 1 6 37     $248   15,000  
11 1467 Abu al-Muthanna Taseel 1 4 37     $192   10,000  
12 1436 Abu Omar Shorta 1 4 37 1 1 $260   20,000 Deduction of $100
13   Abu Muhammad Tahaimar 1 3 37     $164   10,000  
14 1608 Abu Rashid al-Shajra 0 0 37     $40      
Total   14 14 51 481 3 1 $2696      

Note: the financial official and the administrative official for the sector or battalion are responsible for ensuring the correctness of the data present and bear responsibility for the consequences and mistakes.

Sector: Taseel
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Jaber al-Sheikh


No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1   Abu Muhammad al-Aqrabawi 1 2 37     $136      
2 1927 Abu Jibril 0 0 37     $40      
3   Abu al-Zubayr Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
4   Abu Hussein al-Shajra 1 2 37     $136      
5 1677 Abu al-Izz Atman 1 4 37     $192      
6 1968 Abu Zayid 1 7 37     $276      
7   Abu Qays Sahm 1 0 37     $80      
8 2048 Abu Muhammad Maluh 1 5 37     $220      
9 1581 Abu Tayyim Jamla 0 0 37     $40      
10 1375 Abu Muhammad Naseeb 1 3 37     $164   12,000  
11 1764 Abu Fateh 1 2 37     $136   12,000  
12   Abu Anas Nawa 1 4 37     $192      
13 1647 Abu Omar al-Dud 1 2 37     $136      
14 1674 Abu Osama Abideen 1 5 37     $220      
15   Abu Mariya Nafi’a 0 0 37   1 $68      
16 2061 Abu Rawaha 1 0 37     $80      
17 1785 Abu Abdo al-Shajra 1 1 37     $108      
18 1372 Abu Hani al-Owaid 1 6 37     $248   8000  
19 2119 Abu Haytham al-Shajra 0 0 37     $40      
20   Abu Raghad al-Khateeb 1 1 37     $108   12,000  
21 1779 Abu Othman al-Naba’ 1 0 37     $80   8000  
22 1635 Abu Hajer Abideen 1 0 37 1 1 $148      
23 1640 Abu Othman Koaiya 1 1 37     $108      
24 2032 Abu Waheeb Koaiya 1 7 37     $276      
25   Abu Ahmad Tel 1 5 37     $220   15,000  
26 1751 Abu al-Khayr al-Mutlaq 1 1 37     $108   8000  
27 1352 Abu Hussein Bayt Arah 1 1 37     $108      
28   Abu Ali Nasiriya 1 1 37     $108   12,000  
29   Abu Basir al-Zo’abi 1 0 37     $80      
30 1705 Abu Qasim Madhad 0 0 37     $40      
31 1716 Abu Mahdi Koaiya 1 5 37 1   $260      
32 1724 Abu Rubhi 1 1 37   1 $136   10,000  
33 1613 Abu A’isha al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
34 1604 Abu Muhammad Koaiya Malik 1 3 37     $164      
35 2095 Abu A’isha al-Ghazalaniya 0 0 37     $40      
36 2109 Abu Yazid al-Jowlani 0 0 37     $40      
37 1720 Abu al-Zubayr Nasiriya 0 0 37     $40      
38   Abu Muhammad al-Homsi 1 0 37     $80      
39 1750 Abu Omar Qasiba 1 2 37     $136   12,000  
40 1833 Abu Khalid al-Sheikh Maskeen 1 2 37     $136      
41 1786 Abu Abd al-Rahman al-Naba’ 1 1 37     $108   8000  
42 1917 Abu Mus’ab al-Sheikh 0 0 37     $40      
43 1756 Abu Waleed Jaljalat 1 0 37     $80   7000  
44 1942 Abu Salah al-Kurdi 1 2 37 1 1 $204   7000  
45 1951 Abu Hussam al-Sheikh Maskeen 1 1 37 1   $148   12,000  
46   Abu Waleed al-Zarqawi 1 1 37     $108   20,000  
47   Abu Uday Bayt Arah 0 0 37     $40      
48 1332 Abu Abd al-Rahman al-Shajra 1 4 37     $192      
49 1413 Abu Shaheen Inkhil 1 1 37     $108   15,000  
50 2099 Abu Uday al-Dagher Inkhil 1 0 37     $80   12,000  
51   Abu al-Qa’qa’ Nafi’a 0 0 37     $40      
52 1718 Abu Samir Jasim 0 0 37     $40      
53 1645 Abu Siyah Ain Dhikr 1 1 37     $108   15,000  
54 1771 Abu Mariya Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
55 1991 Abu Basim Koaiya 1 1 37     $108      
56   Abu Talal Taseel 0 0 37     $40      
57 2063 Abu Uday Taseel 1 4 37     $192   15,000  
58 1852 Abu Jaber al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 1 37     $108   15,000  
59 1984 Abu Ala’ Koaiya Subhi 1 9 37     $332      
60   Abu Islam al-Dud 0 0 37 1 1 $108      
61 1667 Abu Dujana Masakin 0 0 37     $40      
62 1649 Abu Obeida al-Hara 0 0 37     $40      
63 1938 Abu Ahmad Nasiriya 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
64 1603 Abu Salim Koaiya 2 2 37     $176      
65 1948 Abu al-Yaman al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
66 1990 Abu al-Yaman Nafi’a 1 2 37 1   $176      
67 1736 Abu Ibrahim al-Salim 1 2 37     $136   12,000  
68 1439 Abu Adnan Koaiya 2 5 37     $260      
69   Abu Suhaib Abideen 0 0 37     $40      
70 2105 Abu Ja’afar Bayt Arah 1 0 37     $80      
71 1615 Abu Dhib Qita 1 3 37     $164   15,000  
72 1722 Abu Shaddad al-Bahtari 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
73 1528 Abu Abdullah Bayt Arah 0 0 37     $40      
74 1959 Abu Qatada Nimr 0 0 37 1 1 $108   15,000  
75 2027 Abu Suleiman Koaiya 1 1 37     $108      
76 1926 Abu Ja’afar Nafi’a 1 3 37     $164      
77   Abu Ya’qub Hajar 0 0 37     $40      
78   Abu Islam Hadi 0 0 37     $40      
79 1678 Abu Qays Saysun 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
80   Abu Huraira al-Amni 0 0 37     $40      
81 2077 Abu Ali al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 3 37     $164   8000  
82 2088 Abu Abdullah Inkhil 1 0 37     $80      
83 1422 Abu Omar Ashqar 1 2 37     $136   10,000  
84 1676 Abu Uday Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
85   Abu Omar Abideen 0 0 37     $40      
86 1769 Abu Huraira Atman 1 3 37     $164      
87 1669 Abu Omar al-Hara 1 0 37     $80   8000  
88 2015 Abu Ahmad Jamla 0 0 37     $40      
89 1606 Abu Ibrahim al-Hari 1 2 37     $136   11,000  
90 2081 Abu Yazid Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
91 2110 Abu Hamam Bayt Arah 1 2 37     $136      
92 2580 Abu Ja’afar Inkhil 1 0 37     $80      
93 2083 Abu Qays al-Sheikh al-Sa’ad 1 3 37     $164   18,000  
94 1808 Abu Uday Nafi’a 1 4 37     $192   8000  
95 1526 Abu Yazan al-Amni 0 0 37     $40   13,000  
96   Abu Hassan Sahm 0 0 37     $40      
97   Abu Yazid Abideen 0 0 37     $40      
98   Abu al-Bara’ al-Telawi 1 3 37     $164   15,000  
99 1848 Abu Adnan Mujahideen 1 1 37     $108      
100 2064 Abu Omar al-Sweida 1 1 37     $108      
101 1847 Sa’ad al-Din m/d 0 0 37     $40      
102 1843 Abu Hudhaifa Kornet 1 0 37     $80   12,000  
103 1860 Abu al-Bara’ al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 0 37     $80   15,000  
104 2045 Abu Shadi Kola 0 0 37     $40      
105 1770 Abu Ya’arab Jasim 0 0 37     $40      
106   Abu Mus’ab Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
107   Abu Ibrahim Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
108   Abu al-Zubayr al-Muzayrib 1 1 37     $108      
109   Abu al-Muthanna Atman 1 0 37     $80      
110   Abu Qasim Koaiya al-Ahmad 1 3 37     $164      
111   Abu Omar Nafi’a 0 0 37     $40      
112   Abu Jawad al-Qalamouni 0 0 37     $40      
113   Abu Ghareeb al-Madhi 1 2 37     $136   7000  
114 1618 Abu Eisa Nafi’a 1 1 37     $108      
115 1616 Abu Muslim al-Hajar 0 0 37     $40      
116 1789 Abu Hafs Naseeb 0 0 37     $40      
117 2038 Abu Hamza al-Yarmouki 0 0 37     $40      
118   Abu Ghazi Ain Dhikr 0 0 37     $40      
119   Abu Ahmad al-Sheikh Sa’ad 0 0 37     $40      
120 2117 Abu al-Layth Koaiya 1 0 37     $80      
121   Abu Tahan 1 2 37     $136      
122   Abu Waleed al-Sa’adi 1 0 37     $80   15,000  
123 2113 Abu Ala’ Hawin 1 2 37     $136   14,000  
124 1806 Abu Qaysar Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
125 1745 Abu Muhammad Nu’aim 1 0 37     $80      
126 1433 Abu Bakr al-Jowlani 1 3 37     $164   8000  
127 1642 Abu Bassam al-Sheikh Maskin 1 0 37     $80      
128   Abu Anas Abideen 0 0 37     $40      
129 1987 Abu Nizar Koaiya 1 5 37 1   $260      
130 1351 Abu Omar Tel 0 0 37     $40      
131   Abu Uday al-Maqdisi 2 4 37     $232      
132   Abu Omar Ghalib 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
133   Abu Omar al-Hajar 0 0 37     $40      
134 1685 Abu Muslim al-Shami 0 0 37     $40      
135 1761 Abu Muhammad Abideen Ahmad 1 0 37     $80      
Total   135 90 167 4995 8 6 $14,164   499,000  

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Sector: Ain Dhikr
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Jamal Abu Khalid

No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1   Abu Hamza Farhan 0 0 37     $40      
2 1442 Abu Ibrahim Kakuni 1 2 37     $136      
3 1970 Abu Hussein al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 2 37     $136      
4 1728 Abu Ahmad Badawi 1 5 37     $220      
5 2084 Abu Ali Shishani 1 3 37     $164      
6 2041 Abu Kifah Abideen 0 0 37     $40      
7 1918 Abu Hadi Jamla 1 2 37     $136      
8 2116 Abu Ismail Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
9   Abu Zayd Osama 1 0 37     $80      
10 1725 Abu Darwish 1 0 37     $80      
11 1783 Abu Bakr al-Hamad 0 0 37     $40      
12 1721 Abu Qasim al-Abdullah 1 0 37     $80      
13 1700 Abu Islam Qanas 1 1 37     $108   12,000  
14   Abu Muhammad Azizi 1 0 37 1 1 $148      
15   Abu al-Bara’ al-Jowlani 0 0 37     $40      
16 2106 Abu Khattab Nasiriya 0 0 37     $40      
17 1755 Abu Mujahid Atman 1 4 37     $192   10,000  
18 1766 Abu Omar Nasiriya Mu’adh 0 0 37     $40      
19   Abu Muhammad Shalal 1 9 37     $332      
20 1982 Abu Tha’ir Nafi’a 1 5 37     $220      
21 1733 Abu Rami al-Mughtari 1 2 37 1 1 $204      
22 1629 Abu Aysar Abideen 1 1 37     $108      
23 1897 Abu al-Yaman Tafas 0 0 37     $40      
24 1712 Jamal Abu Khalid 1 4 37 1   $232      
25 1710 Abu Mashhur 2 9 37     $372      
26 1740 Abu Malek al-Sahrawi 1 4 37     $192   10,000  
27 1633 Abu Faruq Hussein 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
28 1754 Abu Rayan Abideen 1 3 37     $164      
29   Abu Umair Koaiya 0 0 37     $40      
30 2071 Abu Qasim Koaiya 1 4 37     $192      
31 1659 Abu al-Layth Koaiya 1 2 37     $136      
32   Abu al-Abbas Abideen 0 0 37     $40      
33 1325 Abu Mo’atasem Abideen Uday 0 0 37 1 1 $108      
34   Abu Qutaiba al-Affash 1 1 37     $108   5000  
35   Abu Qasim al-Dhiyab 1 1 37     $108   8000  
36 1360 Abu Sayf al-Eid Inkhil 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
37 2044 Abu Muhammad Sa’ad al-Deen 1 4 37     $192      
38 1664 Abu al-Ameen Koaiya 1 1 37     $108      
39   Abu Omar Koaiya 1 6 37     $248      
40 1663 Abu Najm Koaiya 1 6 37     $248      
41 1909 Abu al-Bara’ Masakin 0 0 37     $40      
42 1774 Abu Yazan Abideen 1 4 37 1 1 $260      
43 2128 Abu Ahmad al-Ladhaqani 1 2 37     $136      
44 1719 Abu Dujana al-Hamad 1 0 37     $80      
45 1446 Abu Khalid al-Baridi 1 3 37     $164   10,000  
46 1752 Abu Nasr al-Ajrami 1 2 37     $136      
Total   46 35 94 $1,702 5 4 $6,184   75,000  

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Sector: Madhadat
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Zayd al-Sheikh Sa’ad


No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1 2052 Abu Yusuf Heet 1 2 37     $136      
2 1898 Abu Ibrahim al-Qalamouni 1 0 37     $80      
3 1838 Abu Khalid al-Janubi 1 3 37     $164   15,000  
4 1802 Abu Zayd al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 1 37     $108   15,000  
Total   4 4 6 $148 0 0 $488   30,000  

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Sector: Artillery squadron
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu al-Bara’ Hawzer



No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1 1804 Abu Hudhaifa al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 3 37     $164   12,000  
2 1811 Abu al-Abbas al-Shajra 1 0 37     $80   12,000  
3 1813 Abu al-Bara’ Hawzer 1 3 37     $164      
4 1405 Abu Omar Jamla 1 2 37     $136      
5 1320 Abu Abd al-Rahman Mardini 1 1 0     $108      
Total   5 5 9 148 0 0 $652   24,000  

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Sector: Tanks squadron
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Bakr Othman



No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1 1823 Abu Muhammad Dababat 1 1 37     $108      
2 1672 Abu Ziyad Sahm 0 0 37   1 $68   5000  
3 1799 Abu Ali al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 2 37     $136   15,000  
4   Abu Ahmad Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
5 1487 Abu Sajid Koaiya 1 1 37 1 1 $176      
6 1817 Abu Islam Heet 1 1 37     $108   10,000  
7 1820 Abu Abdullah al-Hassan 1 4 37 2   $272      
8 1822 Abu Muhammad al-Shajra 1 4 37     $192      
9 1824 Abu Ahmad Dababat 1 3 37     $164   10,000  
10 1825 Abu Ayub Deraa 0 0 37 2   $120      
11   Abu al-Yaman al-Yarmouki 1 2 37     $136      
12 1836 Abu Khattab Khawalda 1 1 37     $108   8000  
13 1958 Abu Ali al-Shuli 2 7 37 1 1 $384      
14 1840 Abu Sayf al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 2 37     $136   10,000  
15 1821 Abu Shahada 1 1 37     $108   8000  
16   Abu Ja’afar Koaiya 0 0 37     $40      
17 1668 Abu Hamam Heet 1 3 37     $164      
18 1956 Abu Waleed Inkhil 1 1 37     $108   15,000  
19   Abu Islam al-Shajra 1 0 37     $80      
20   Abu Shaheen Sahm 0 0 37     $80      
21 1988 Abu Ibrahim Heet 1 0 37     $80      
22 1803 Abu Bakr Othman 1 2 37 1 1 $204   12,000  
23   Abu Mahmoud al-Hamawi 1 0 37     $80   7000 Deduction of $50
24 1890 Abu Qaysar Abideen 1 1 37 1 1 $176      
25 1877 Abu Bakr Assad 1 3 37     $164   10,000  
Total   25 21 39 925 8 5 $3,392   102,000  

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Sector: Fortifications squadron
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Omar Jamla



No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1 1507 Abu Uday Satha 1 0 37     $80

  15,000  
2 1407 Abu Omar Jamla 1 3 37     $164      
3 1878 Abu Abdullah Fahad 1 3 37     $164   8000  
4 1879 Abu Bakr Masakin 0 0 37     $40      
5 1887 Ra’id Abu Kamal 1 3 37     $164      
6 2124 Abu al-Yaman al-Ghabait 0 0 37     $40      
7   Abu Yusuf Abideen 0 0 37     $40      
8 1800 Abu Ruqayya Qita 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
9 1503 Abu Sail Taseel 1 8 37     $304   15,000  
10 2121 Abu Muslim Deir al-Adas 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
Total   10 7 17 370 0 0 $1,156   58,000  

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Sector: Arming office
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Mu’awiya Taslih



No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1 1883 Abu Waleed Tasleeh 1 4 37     $192   12,000  
2 1884 Abu Ammar al-Muhafiz 1 5 37     $220   10,000  
3 1792 Abu Mu’awiya Taslih 1 0 37     $80   15,000  
4 1317 Abu Abdullah Abu al-Dhahab 2 4 37     $232   20,000  
5   Abu Qays al-Sheikh Maskeen 1 0 37     $80   12,000  
6 1931 Abu Hazim Tawheed 1 5 37     $220   12,000  
7 1885 Abu al-Zayn Aqraba 0 0 37     $40     Deduction of 8500
Total   7 7 18 259 0 0 $1064   81,000  

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Sector: Operations
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Uday Amiliyat

No. Military no. Nickname No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1 1412 Abu Hajer Mustafa 1 0 37     $80      
2 1796 Abu Uday al-Omari 2 7 37     $316   15,000  
3 1868 Abu Omar Jamla 0 0 37     $40      
4   Abu Qasim al-Shimali 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
5 1862 Abu Qasim al-Sabbagh 0 0 37     $40      
6 2009 Abu Fahad al-Shajra 1 0 37     $80   10,000  
Total   6 5 7 222 0 0 $636   35,000  

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Sector: Special Assignments (Borders)
Date: Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH
Administrative official: Abu Islam Inkhil



No. Military no. Threefold kunya No. of wives No. of children Food Relief for father/mother Relief for brother/sister Total Signature Renting Notes
1 1969 Abu Hamza Jamla 1 2 37     $136      
2 1975 Abu Khalid Koaiya 1 6 37     $248      
3 1646 Abu Sharf Abideen 1 0 37     $80      
4 1980 Abu Muhammad Saida 2 7 37 1   $356   12,000  
5 1707 Abu Abdullah Nawa 1 1 37     $108      
6 1450 Abu Tayyim Shahada 1 2 37     $136   7000  
7 1842 Abu al-Yaman Kornet 1 4 37     $192   15,000  
8 2118 Abu Hamza Jamla 0 0 37     $40      
9 2018 Abu Ali Saida 1 2 37     $136      
10 1994 Abu Yasir Koaiya 1 6 37     $248      
11 1451 Abu Ali al-Dhahir 1 8 37     $304      
12 1989 Abu Sa’id Barqa 1 2 37     $136   8000  
13   Abu Ali Abideen 1 4 37 1   $232      
14   Abu Fawaz 1 3 37     $164      
15 1739 Abu Ala’ Jamla 1 1 37     $108      
16 1610 Abu Suleiman Bashar 1 3 37     $164      
17 2120 Abu Ahmad Tel 0 0 37     $40      
18 1953 Abu Islam Inkhil 1 0 37     $80      
19 1767 Abu Bashar Jamla 1 1 37     $108      
20 1457 Abu Saleh Abideen 1 4 37     $192      
21 1437 Abu Malik Abideen 1 0 37     $80      
22 1599 Abu Bayan al-Shajra 1 3 37 1   $204      
23 1902 Abu Mu’adh Inkhil 0 0 37     $40      
24 1746 Abu Yusuf Koaiya 1 6 37     $248      
25 1651 Abu Hamza Abideen 1 2 37     $136      
26 1601 Abu Shadi Qita 0 0 37     $40      
27 2065 Abu Omar Balad 1 1 37     $108   8000  
28 1592 Abu Ali Ahmad 1 2 37     $136      
29 1367 Abu Ahmad Namiri 1 5 37     $220   15,000  
30 1358 Abu Muhammad aL-Shishani 1 2 37     $136   12,000  
31 1602 Abu Ammar Riyashi 1 5 37     $220      
32 1697 Abu Khalid al-Idlibi 1 0 37     $80   13,000  
33 1656 Abu Baha’ 1 5 37     $220      
34 1595 Abu Saddam Jamla 1 4 37     $192   10,000  
35 1596 Al-Ghabaiti 1 3 37     $164      
36 2006 Abu Ahmad Bayt Arah 1 3 37     $164      
37   Abu Baseer Nafi’a 0 0 37     $40      
38 1316 Abu Hawa 1 1 37     $108      
39 1402 Abu Muhammad alHomsi 1 1 37     $108      
40 1452 Ayub al-Ghazi 0 0 37     $40      
41 1727 Abu Obeida Nafi’a 1 4 37     $192      
42 1404 Inghimasi 0 0 37     $40      
43   Abu Malik Koaiya 2 4 37     $232   7000  
44 1798 Abu Amjad al-Masri 1 0 37     $80      
45 1976 Abu Murad al-Sheikh Sa’ad 1 6 37     $248      
46   Abu Islam Jamla 0 0 37     $40      
47   Abu al-Wafi al-Shajra 1 4 37     $192      
48   Abu Fadi Bayt Arah 1 5 37     $220      
49 1588 Abu Muhamad Hazim 1 5 37     $220      
Total   49                  

Renting of the army’s bases for the month of Dhu al-Q’ida 1438 AH

No. Base Sum of rent in SP Sum of rent in dollars
1 Engineering 10,000  
2 Engineering 10,000  
3 Ain Dhikr 112 15,000  
4 Operations 20,000  
5 Arming 10,000  
6 Fortifications   100
7 Fortifications 15,000  
Total   80,000 100

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