Ahmed Jabari

1960 - 2012

Ahmed Jabari

Ahmed al-Jabari (Arabic: أحمد الجعبري‎; 1960 – 14 November 2012; also known as Abu Mohammad) (the last name is otherwise also written as Jaabari or Ja'bari or Ja'abari) was a senior leader and second-in-command of the military wing of Hamas, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades. He was widely credited as the leader in the Hamas takeover of the Gaza Strip, and commanded the 2006 Hamas cross border raid which resulted in the capture of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit. Under his command along with chief logistics officer Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, Hamas significantly developed its own military weapons capability by acquiring longer-range guided missiles and rockets.While at the Islamic University of Gaza, Jabari joined Fatah, which advocated armed struggle against Israel. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ahmed Jabari has received more than 98,163 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 155th most popular extremist.

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  • 21

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 5.37

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.09

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Among extremists, Ahmed Jabari ranks 154 out of 182Before him are Dick Turpin, John Christie, Gary Gilmore, Peter Sutcliffe, Golden State Killer, and Alexander Pichushkin. After him are Fred West, John Hinckley Jr., Ahmad Sa'adat, John List, Joseph Paul Franklin, and Zacarias Moussaoui.

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Among people born in 1960, Ahmed Jabari ranks 185Before him are Peter F. Hamilton, Will Wright, Delio Rossi, Viktor Lazlo, Moreno Argentin, and Víctor Fernández. After him are Kim Milton Nielsen, John Schneider, Greg Louganis, Daniel Silva, Meg Tilly, and Tomislav Ivković. Among people deceased in 2012, Ahmed Jabari ranks 259Before him are Verghese Kurien, Sancho Gracia, Richard Lynch, J. J. C. Smart, James Mellaart, and Othmar Schneider. After him are J. Bernlef, Sergey Nikolsky, François Migault, Paul Shan Kuo-hsi, Lennart Samuelsson, and Richard Rodney Bennett.

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In Palestine

Among people born in Palestine, Ahmed Jabari ranks 29 out of 32Before him are Ismail Haniyeh (1962), Ahmed Qurei (1938), Khaled Mashal (1956), Salam Fayyad (1952), Hanan Ashrawi (1946), and Marwan Barghouti (1959). After him are Ahmad Sa'adat (1953), Nizar Rayan (1959), and Yahya Ayyash (1966).

Among EXTREMISTS In Palestine

Among extremists born in Palestine, Ahmed Jabari ranks 1After him are Ahmad Sa'adat (1953).

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