Millatu Ibrahim

In North Rhine-Westphalia region of Germany, Austrian-born Mohamed Mahmoud also known as Abu Usama al-Gharib built in the backyard of a local mosque, the center of "Millatu Ibrahim". Together with the Berlin Ex-Denis Cuspert rapper, better known as "Deso Dogg", Mahmoud founded the organization "Millatu Ibrahim", which was banned in June 2012 by the Federal Ministry of the Interior of Germany.VideoVideo: 2013 Spiegel Doku TV piece on Abu Usama al-Gharib aka Mohamed Mahmoud.Video: 2012 Dennis Cuspert is a former German gangster rapper. In 2010 he became an Islamist preacher and singer of Nasheed music.  Cuspert was noticed by German authorities because of his views on armed "holy war". Several of his songs have now been indexed in Germany as harmful to minors. After a nationwide raid in Germany against Islamist extremists, Cuspert moved to Egypt. to ash ShamFusilat 33With the emergence of a Chechen…

Millatu Ibrahim, also known as The Religious Community of Ibrahim is an active group.
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