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The Untold Genesis of ISIS

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very will not come to sell it to you the uh the it may be the defining events
of the 21st century when people think about genesis our beginnings they think about things like gilgamesh or the story of Adam and Eve that this is are very contemporary Genesis of something that we actually didn't spend too much time thinking about what it was called but it was kind of like a feeling it's
something that we mark with ourselves in our own self story where were you during 9 11 what was going on in your mind when you're seeing the towers collapsed and for most people it didn't really matter that the subsequent events after 9 11 even if you're in lower Manhattan or you're in northern Virginia it really didn't
matter where you work but for some
people it really did matter where they were and what they were thinking and what they believed prior to this event the the 1 of those people
them is Dick Cheney the vise president of the
United States this is 10 on the morning of 9 11 and we have these photos from the and personal photographer of the Vice President's office and you just have to be there that day in the morning and
he was watching the speeches of his boss that he gave earlier in Florida um so about education reformers so what and was
just having a regular morning and is kicking
back even further to see that uh and just relaxing and then boom this is his 911 moment when he saw the 1st plane
into the that's where the twin towers and you can just see him motionless he doesn't move at all he's just in complete shock like all of us who have seen it at the time was
happening um of course the gets called
in by is a person assistance and he has to go down to the situation
room and in that point in time his boss was
famously or infamously reading to a group of elementary school children that in Florida and this is what he was told that the
2nd tower here and he famously
here this is the infamous point that he kept on with the class c don't wanna disturb the children it's very unclear but you have to be in a sense a little sympathetic that he was in elementary school full of mostly African-American children
and eventually had to take over the classroom of course and the president India meanwhile Dick
Cheney is in the situation room in the basement of the White House of Condoleezza Rice and the rest of the principles in the cabinet and he was in
charge since he was the 2nd in command and the present was in transit
and and you know like the thoughts in
their mind at this point defined so much of it till today at the
end of and in a sense like sympathetic to Dick Cheney uh because he worked in both of those buildings that were attacked he used to work in the world trade center and used to work in the Pentagon the Secretary of Defense for many years so in his mind in the situation room must be like you know if I wasn't here he could have been there so it's it's a different way than
just like me and you see the picture and as an X them uh CEO of Halliburton 1 of largest logistics firms in previous secretary of defense he has a different kind of understanding of war in the world and we do and right now I'm going to give you the shortest history of war in the
20th century and this is the insurance we had a prior to september the 11th and we have the world
wars phase which is basically world war 1 which began with the assassination of franz ferdinand in Sarajevo and so you have these crumbling empires in these kind of sovereign movements there on the rise that wanted to be independent clearly world war 1 was never really resolved and that's why we have to do it all over again world war 2 with the rise of fascism in Germany and Italy and these kind of nationalistic land grabs that happened and I include the whole cost in this phase because of the sheer exceptionality of human brutality I and because of the the legacy of it that we still live
today in the Palestinian-Israeli crisis after the world wars the World War vectors the United States and USSR I had the cold war they never actually had a heated conflict but the fight each other through proxy wars in Vietnam and Korea and a 1st on and after that the uh the
crumbling the official crumbling of the USSR uh we have the post-Cold War phase which we don't really have a name for the other really began in the Yugoslav civil war which demonstrates that the conflict that began in world war 1 in Sarajevo was still not resolve this kind of of tension
between the imperial larger regional uh powers and individual nation states that 1 of their own sovereignty and in the post-Cold War phase the most important conflict after that is Saddam's invasion of Kuwait
um as equating maybe some people will be thinking that I'm kind of biased to think of this as a very important event I was a child as a refugee in Europe and in 1990 so it's in a sense is a very intimate conflict but there are also other historical reasons why it is uh an important part of the understanding of radical Islam and radical Islamic movement this is the 1st of the invasion entire invasion of 1 country to the next since the World War Two sensing of Hitler invaded Poland and the last invasion was against Hungary in 1944 so all these conflicts that we had in the world as prior to the establishment of the United Nations these these are all the neighboring nation states that went to war with each other you never had 1 country completely invade the next even when you had that territorial disputes like cashmere Palestine Western Sahara
and Kuwait sense when Saddam you know rolled his tax all the way to the Saudi border this was the 1st time that's happened since Hitler invaded Hungary when he thought that the Hungarians were grams which site and were probably maybe more accurately like
when Hitler invaded Poland that said it was always part of the original country and this is the picture of the oil fires after the invasion so if you put yourself back in
1990 imagination this guy was
actually seen as kind of a hero but in the Western point of view the sum of the Latin was the American proxy against the Soviets in the task and you have here is a picture of
Ronald Reagan welcoming the mujahedeen into the Oval Office and and you know kind of giving them all the support they needed in terms of arms and material and political support and Back then al-Qaida was you know on you know what was kind al-Qaida
was that guidance and fees in Arabic the translated as the base of operations
but it can also be translated as the base of administration it is kind of like the rat house or the D & B is the bureaucracy of the G hot and these were the guys who actually issuing payments of after grant logistics for training and actually distributing kind of judges the charity aid from the Islamic world but also the support that they were getting covertly from the CIA and the United States and here said Arabia takes a mass of 1 the leadership role and the logic is the kind of the occasion of Saudi Arabia in the Afghan jihad as family comes from actually a Yemeni origin family but they were a large contract and family in Saudi Arabia and when people make the parallel sometimes between Saudi Arabia
and I says it's actually kind of in sense of yeah so not
entirely accurate very simplistic it's kind of seal argument to make a uh but and is also maybe sometimes a little racist because there's not there isn't 1 to 1 thing that all ISIS is from Saudi Arabia or vise versa it's more like they're speaking with
in uh sphere of discourse that is identical and if you wanna put like the blame were or talk about these nationalistic terms for like assigning blame the should also look at Egypt because Egypt's socialist some my Socialist regime we have for many years was highly oppressive to religious actors and
and you see that in the partnership and al-Qaida between and so hurry and and enlightened and actually my doctoral work is specifically on the intellectual contribution of Egyptian intellectual thought of yet and it gets a lot more complicated but uh it's about 1
of 1 of the main idea logs of the Muslim Brotherhood called state of that was in the Dardanelles of prison for 16 years and was severely tortured and during that time he wrote a lot of but material that try to reimagine what Islam could be in the modern world and his writings are instance the
cornerstone for a lot of these political imagination of what the state could be and particularly it found an audience in these new states that you know uh we're arising in the ghost
area and and specifically in the a misdemeanor you or that that the group of people that became in power in Saudi Arabia Kuwait's
behind thought up it and because you see these countries are being defined precisely is interwar period and the conflicts that were going on around them in terms of like the cold war were innocent distant conflicts but still had repercussions within their own imagination about how societies should be run and how independent sovereignty looks like
and a lot of that is based on internal Xena Fabia and hierarchies among ethnic classes in years since when we go like Kuwait is a critical and this narrative because of the fact that that American was in political exile as a teenager in
Kuwait prior to establishing Saudi Arabia and in a sense it could have been absorbed within a larger study frame but it didn't particularly because of this kind of heritage
the culture Muhammad this is like an awful picture to wake up to but uh he was born and raised in Kuwait but because of his ethnic background she isn't considered Kuwaiti is considered as stateless persons and stateless issue is something that was kind of invented
and we're with the rise of the nation state and people having passport and citizenship and and what not and a lot of that of the king political order that he was uh fighting against he was using within the terminology of legitimizing discourses of that water and because of like this guy and you know Dick Cheney we have the war on terror it's basically interaction between these 2 guys and
it's now at 1 . 3 million deaths a this is only for Pakistan the Iraq and find a started to 2013 so the numbers deftly higher by now it is a number issued by Physicians for Social Responsibility and it doesn't include serious over half a million as the estimate that is currently being put in place of bilinear times OK so before 9 11
uh there was no real reason for animosity toward the United States but that is there is there was the words that being kind of and now an ally to israel but there was no in a sense direct the attacks until 1993 and in the 1st World Trade Center bombing which is orchestrated by culture and his nephew uh we we see the 1st kind of aggression toward the United States and was lost in incompetent thing no 1 got hurt and I was like a truck bombing they they wanted to hurt people they wanted to collapse but it was like a number 6 Oakland in any stretch of the imagination the vitriol increases in 1988 when they attacked the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania and embassy officials du dy and that 1 and here we see the money this is maybe slowly getting more
involved and this is exactly the time when a Missouri and that is some in modern unified forces between the Egyptian jihadi groups and the Saudis have used and this is culminates in prior to 2001 the last kind of attack that but you cannot hide and the radar
of the CIA and NSA as it is the timing of the USS Cole in Yemen and this is a military target so it's something you loose sense
kind of expect from so bad day at the office for both these gentlemen and and they yeah uh so this is the genesis of ice is somewhere between these 2 guys
so this resulted in the regime is so this is especially the surveillance
regimes when we're discussing about oppressive regimes and travel restrictions and searches that there are 2 modes of operation that the United States government started exerting to the world at large to whoever perceived to be an enemy and this is 1 of the 2 modes can be described as cloak-and-dagger versus smoke and
mirrors and depending on which socioeconomic class you come from what passport you hold you'll be dealt with differently depending on if you're a citizen of say Germany or if you're a citizen of Yemen the cloak-and-dagger is the military response to the to the aggression it's it's very based on language of effectiveness it's based on being quick and taking
out the enemy and this was the original invasion of of france that could be framed in those terms but smoke and mirrors on the other hand is all about like perceptions and it's about how you feel when you're entering a country like it's being constantly question the points of entry would you believe would you think they want in a sense have an idea of who you are as an individual and would you like but what you're threat assessment like what how how threatening are you as a person and the way that they
do these sort of uh uh general styles of of of of of interacting with the outside world or the perceived enemies the official military
and way to uh distributed blame and how to in a sense uh utilize resources through the joint task force which is rhetoric from the US navy from like the 19 sixties when they use missions of the several branches of the military cooperating and the intelligence failure of 911 no 1 was fired known was major was fired the CIA immediately after 9 11 what they did was like how the FBI and the CIA were not talking to each other because the FBI were work in charge of the 1993 investigation and because of this this is the this was the mistake that you know could have caught it so they made the Joint Terrorism Task Force which was very confusing administrative thing that who was in
a sense in charge of it uh the the FBI eventually got control of it through the Justice Department but we never enter into the the rhetoric of Joint Task Forces here in the world of
patterns this kind of military patches that tells you and then you can just look at the imagery here had the terrace of the shotgun and more importantly all the abbreviations of the different branches of the military or that the US government that are in charge of Sephira's
scientists to but so even
Guantanamo is technically a joint task force it's not like there's no 1 branch of the military that's entirely in charge it's distributed across several commands and you can see images from their website it kind of anxieties that they have a safe humane legal transparent you'll come
and socially insignias in the bottom here so if student planting trees during universe
that mini golf apparently in Guantanamo the other
thing that the security regimes have done is
that they've privatized large chunks of the of things that usually militaries are in charge of and the private military and security contractors the primary and the reason behind doing this is like if you if you actually look at theorists of of military of of armies and more is the use of mercenaries which is effectively these guys are effectively mercenaries shows that there is a lack of unit cohesion there some part of the established military establishment that isn't working and uh when you see the critical apparatus that is becoming privatize it makes you a little uneasy feeling time is heavily privatize for instance and some the companies that initially joined on Apple was again a lot of attention from the press and the media
and special the the subsidiaries of Halliburton but like Kellogg Brown and Roots
which uh of this androgynous some facets of Guantanamo energy for us which is actually a British company which puts the sovereignty question in my mind really kind of in sharp relief like who is in charge of this like a foreign corporation that is doing kind of the services that you don't want to do and of course contractors have been
cited and abuses in both Guantanamo
and and of over at other prisons but here is the part where it gets a little even more messy is that these private contractors possibly trained the forces that eventually became the Islamic State this is during the the beginnings of the arab spring when they were when they were training the moderate Islamic rebels against that of the shell as a and the is like a of
those things like a barometer Chinese I was almost definitely changed by Blackwater have in and here's like the the sheer irony so the Blackwater founder Erik
Prince is saying we could have thought ISIS if Obama had and crushed my old business well this yeah maybe here that is entirely accurate
I and the another part of the kind of the contractor I line of work is actually recreating a security regimes that we utilize in the United
States and United States is 1 of the largest prison countries have the largest prison population and in the world and these establishments of prisons in Iraq and the countries of their work but I can control of
during the war on terror this is can poker and in a rock and where a lot of the minds that became ISIS actually met here in person at 1st and then the Booker is actually
named after Ronald Luca who is a firefighter who died in the World Trade Center and this is in his name the World Trade Center Memorial use 1 of the guys in the fire
department in New York and this is something that is widely
acknowledged that American sense help ISIS the happened not intentionally but unintentionally because of this kind of prison where they just rounded up military these men just
send and to check out what their affiliations were in terms of terrorist groups and 1 not
and this is but about the way and he was an inmate before he became the catalyst about
about the I and to the point that uh the absurdity of the military contractors we're talking uh that Iraq war so far has cost 1 . 1 trillion of that's an and estimated 3rd has gone to private military contracts which is a ridiculous sum and hard to even uh audit if you want to go in and look at where the money went it's almost impossible cause you have the subsidy the
subsidiaries in you have is a contractors going on to other contractors and now we've reached a point where we even have non profit or non-profit
the military contractors which is like kind of the same concept they have like a showing the history channel that these desorber mercenaries acting like a non-profit which so in this environment where things are privatize and things that are uncomfortable or given away to both a
private companies and to these ambiguous administrative entities but I wanna talk about like real life examples how does that actually work out individual Muslims who eventually become ISIS then hammered them and was he is someone who can I give a talk about him in
Kuwait's of and he was killed by a drone strike the next day so I have that kind of a troubled of history because every time I thought I figured out what was going on in the story someone kind of surprises me and I discover something
new he's the guy who seems being is jihadi John 1 of the primary executioners of the Islamic states and but prior to him becoming charity John and the reason he's
collegiality John is because the terrorist cell that he was a part of the had such thick British accents that they call them the Beatles so it is like the John Lennon of the Beatles in but prior to that he was actually kind of a dorky kid from all the reports that i've heard
that in high school uh immediately after high school he went on a safari in Tanzania and at that time he was accused by British intelligence as being a you know try to make contact with much but but apparently there's not a lot of truth that story and M I 6 a M I 5 wanted to pressure him to be an informant for them because he also actually he was born and
raised so is born in Kuwait and lived most of his life in the United Kingdom and but he was actually stateless persons from Kuwait Saudi as kind of this ambiguous and also status and
after he was interrogated quite harshly he went to an
NGO called cage which was established by Mozambique was a former Guantanamo inmates who was released and then proven to have no connection to terrorism whatsoever and he told them that he received like a very harsh treatment from British intelligence and they believe that this is what radicalize and and because he failed to cooperate with stories very ambiguous and very kind of unclear how he was treated in who actually interrogated him but he was
deported to Syria at the beginning of the conflict like literally because this was the only country that would take him and so he entered eyes in a sense kind of by happenstance and by the deportation region which is awful and you know by all accounts when he was living in England he was just a regular kid and kind of on the dirty side he there all these videos of like so nervous about his halitosis that
Anthony talks anyone he like covers mouth and you know it it shows you because of his stateless status uh the ended up in
ISIS is my kind of diagnosis
and in you know in in this kid's case is lucky that you know had an American passport at the same fate didn't end up to him but I can imagine a scenario where things go as escalated that he gets supported and his bench get the portal and yes and Bernardino
is is another 1 of those sort of like how relevant are they to the stuff that's going on to the Middle East and it's actually buy these
things that you guys are probably gonna find surprising so uh set stages off Farooq his West touching uh the infamous a summary the issues and apparently Isis and you know that the big controversy about opening unlocking the phone they meant an internet dating
sites for South Asian couples with disabilities and people want to get remarries is something people don't talk about in the press about the events so they had a disability is like
a rushed and uh that there was something about the relationship that we just don't completely understand that has probably nothing to do with the cell phone but the idea of
a husband and wife team committing terrorism is not something that is a standard within the terrorism narrative war that something that would be approved of by Islamic
a orthodox Islamic practice it's actually an invention of like the
world of Jack Bauer this is like the the characters in 24 when you have like the really steely a mom who you know that you had a family this is completely invention we have no like real life evidence of having like a husband and wife team and I think it's very appropriate that happen in the LA area because this is an American problem it's not really a Middle Eastern words on a problem so to speak in orthodox Islam the female
jihadists is actually very prescribed that women in the battlefield of our support staff to the men and they provide water and 1st aid and the 1 exceptional situation in Islam where a woman actually sort of the
exceptionality of the story of my model of this event cat she defended the profit when his security detail collapsed so was a very kind of particular situation where women were allowed to fight and so only under very
exceptional circumstances that they are encouraged to you know carry the sort this is entirely a
product of Hollywood the and I think
somebody no attack should be seen in those terms but it's actually it is something is more interesting than rely on is his brother Farooq right and right here Farooq uh seen here
was where was actually in the US navy and he
served in Iraq from 2003 to 2007 in here and 2 metals on the global war on terrorism and I try to research like how did you get these metals what was going on and I wasn't getting a response for anyone and what is actually probably even more interesting than there is maybe experiences
his wife which he also met on the Internet how that's young as shown me it is from Russia apparently uh and the story even gets a little weirder her parents live in Israel and her sister is also in the United
States as Maria and to
China and she is married or in a sham marriage with Enrique mark
as the only person who was charged with providing logistical support to the somebody shooters so the guns that they use they got from the sky and apparently wasn't a real marriage because Maria has 2
children with another guy our so it's kind of in a sense of very weird and convoluted situation and their low
profile you know disappeared once like the case went out and uh I don't only speculate that it seems like that there's more than meets the eye to having some Bernardino is probably doesn't have to do a lot so much with the you know the original should and
I think the best way to understand somebody is that right and was once father kind of was an outcrop was an abusive alcoholic uh this 1 untouched Deschênes clear they had debilitating and mental illnesses the and they left the 5 year old baby behind so I think possible port part part and depression in some sort of psychotic break so was the actual kind of way we should look at somebody you know not so much as about isosurface the civilizational battle they are more a product of this kind of
paranoid behavior that surrounded and there's something that doesn't add up with braille and read stories so that's kind of another yeah wrapping up with what we see like the real kind of collapse
between the smoke and mirrors and of the a cloak-and-dagger and this is and 1 allocates case the guy who was killed by a drone strike and what are the key we are going to happen in DC and I was in the scene he was a preacher and in northern Virginia as the crazy conspiracy conspiracy theory among and that that he really even think like that Muslims were actually 11 this was actually the CIA to make
the and it turns out like a he was a sex addict and the FBI actually knew about his sex addiction and they try to manipulate and uh through that
and there's a great book about it's by Scott Shane called object of Troy and I still think uh Pollock he's kind of principle is that you don't reach out to any due to a shape or to any of your bodies in the mosque in order to commit terror you should just do it
does like reality principle and this is in a sense with Isis's has becomes because of these expenses surveillance regimes that people are just going
to operators freeze like a as free rein in terrorist and this is why haven't for 2 and I think I'm going to leave you with like words remain words unless they're acted upon and implemented biology and
the offices and so on and the real kind of tragedy and I guess I'm going tragic note is
that his son died as well thank you everyone and the 1st Boucher fish theater on any
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Titel The Untold Genesis of ISIS
Serientitel re:publica 2016
Teil 80
Anzahl der Teile 188
Autor Al-Zaid, Saud
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Deutschland:
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DOI 10.5446/20695
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract This presentation attempts to explain the intellectual genealogy of the conflict through the lens of surveillance, the effects of profiling stereotypes, and political suppression – using real-life examples of Muslims today.

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