Al-Qaeda, Syrian Jihadism and Foreign Fighters: the second interview with Muzamjir al-Sham
The interview I conducted with Muzamjir al-Sham, is my second with him, a year later. He is known for revealing, via his Twitter account, detailed information about the inner workings of the various jihadist groups in Syria. While his identity remains unknown, his Twitter page describes him as “a Shami voice from inside the jihadist mainstream”. Some analysts believe he once belonged to Ahrar al-Sham, a Syrian Islamist militant group. The interview is an up-to-date overview of a part of Syrian jihadism and has evolved to delve into important details about al-Qaeda and its leadership, Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), the foreign fighters of the groups operating in Syrian territory.