Moez Ben Abdel Qader Ben Ahmed Al Fezzani aka Abu Nassim — (Islamic State Libya / ISL / ISISL/ AST) -- INDIVIDUAL PROFILE

Early lifeMoez Ben Abdel Qader Ben Ahmed Fezzani, also known as his nom du guerre Abu Nassim, was born on 23 March 1969, son of Fatima Chichaoui, in the Bardo neighborhood in Ezzahrouni Tunisia. His family moved to the Omdurman neighborhood near the Manouba Governate Western Capital, where he lived until traveling to Italy in 1989 to work as a construction worker. It is believed he lived there until he was accused of radicalizing and recruiting other Arab immigrants. He was specifically linked to the Milan Islamic Cultural Institute, where he met fellow jihadist Abdul Haddi Bin Haddidi. The ICI was shut down by Italian authorities for housing the Sami Essid Ben Khemais Network, identified as the core for the Tunisian Combat Group (TCG) in Italy and linked to other cells in the North Extremist Network. Abu Nassim resurfaced in Pakistan in 1997, on his way to join Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda forces in Afghanistan. Travel to BosniaFrom Pentagon interviews with a known associate…

Moez Ben Abdel Qader Ben Ahmed Al Fezzani aka Abu Nassim — (Islamic State Libya / ISL / ISISL/ AST) -- INDIVIDUAL PROFILE, also known as Abu Naseem , Abu Nassim , Abu Nasiim , Moez Ben Abdelfaker Ben Ahmed Al Fezzani , Moez Ben Abdel Gader Ben Ahmed Al Fezzani , Abu Nassim al Tunisi  is an active group formed c. 1997.
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