안사르 디네

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안사르 디네
أنصار الدين‎‎
마그레브 반란 (2002년~현재)에 참전
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안사르 디네의 기
2014년 팀북투의 안사르 디네 소속 테크니컬
2014년 팀북투의 안사르 디네 소속 테크니컬
활동기간 2012년-2017년
이념 살라프주의
반-수피주의
지도자 Iyad Ag Ghaly
활동지역 말리 말리
병력 불명 (예상: 500명 ~ 2,000명)[1]
이후단체 Flag of Jihad.svg 자마앗 누스랏 알이슬람 왈 무슬리민
적대단체 말리 말리
세네갈 세네갈
모리타니 모리타니
미국 미국
프랑스 프랑스
MNLA flag.svg 아자와드 민족해방운동
미국 미국, 영국 영국
정부에 의해 테러조직으로 지정

안사르 디네 (아랍어: أنصار الدين ʾAnṣār ad-Dīn) 는 번역하면 아랍어로 "이슬람 국가지원자", 또는 "신앙의 방어자" 라는 뜻이며, Iyad Ag Ghaly가 지도하는 이슬람주의, 살라프주의 군사 조직이다. 이 조직의 지도자 Iyad Ag Ghaly는 이슬람 마그레브 알카에다와 유대관계를 맺었다는 혐의로 그의 사촌 Hamada Ag Hama와 함께 체포된 바 있다. 안사르 디네는 말리샤리아 율법을 제정, 시행할것을 주장하고 있으며 2012년 3월에 첫 단체 활동을 개시하였다.

안사르 디네는 살라프파에 동조하며, 수피파에 대하여 적대적인 입장을 보이고 있다.

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각주[편집]

  1. Moody, Barry. "Analysis: Italy's politics turned upside down by election aftermath - Yahoo! News". News.yahoo.com. Retrieved 2013-04-30.