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Al-Ma'sadah Media Foundation: "Biographies of the Martyrs in Bilad al-Sham" Issue #5
By Middle East Observatory
May 6, 2012 - 9:33:23 AM

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Al-Ma'sadah Media Foundation released on May 06, 2012 the fifth issue of "Biographies of the Martyrs in Bilad al-Sham". The fifth issue (7 pages) talks about Martyr Saddam Mohammad al-Hajj Dib AKA "Abi Abdullah". Dib was born in 1981 in the port city Tripoli in Lebanon. He joined the Mujahedeen in Iraq. He was arrested by the Syrian security forces while trying to sneek in Tunisian Mujahedeen to Lebanon. After 8 months in Syrian prison, he was released due to an intervention made by Sheikh Fathi Yaken with the Syrian authorities. Dib joined Fateh al-Islam in lebanon and died during a battle with Lebanese internal security forces in the battle of Al-Mi'atein in Tripoli.

It is to note that Dib is the brother of Yusef Mohammed al-Hajj who is serving a life term in German jail over a failed plot to bomb passenger trains in Germany in 2006.

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