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Abu Du’a, also known as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is the senior leader of the terrorist organization, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Reflecting its greater regional ambitions, al-Qaida in Iraq changed its name in 2013 to ISIL and stepped up its attacks across Syria and Iraq. ISIL attacks are calculated, coordinated, and part of a strategic campaign. Abu Du’a is in charge of overseeing all operations and is currently based in Syria.
Abu Du’a has taken personal credit for a series of terrorist attacks in Iraq since 2011 and claimed credit for the June 2013 operations against the Abu Ghraib prison outside Baghdad, the March 2013 suicide bombing assault on the Ministry of Justice, among other attacks against Iraqi Security Forces and Iraqi citizens going about their daily lives.
Abu Du’a is a Specially Designated Global Terrorist under Executive Order 13224. He is also listed at the United Nations Security Council 1267/1989 al-Qaida Sanctions Committee.