Unlike other mujahidin (“holy warriors”) who are in the habit of raping men and shaming them into becoming suicide-bombers (i.e., “martyrs”), this jihadist appears to simply be a serial rapist, with no “nobler” motives (i.e., shaming others into martyrdom). “Suspected al-Qaeda rapist held,” from News 24, February 16:
Fallujah – A suspected al-Qaeda terrorist implicated in the rape of four Jordanian women has been arrested in Iraq after he crossed the border from Syria, police said on Sunday.
“We arrested the criminal Saadi Nayef Ali, an al-Qaeda terrorist chief, outside a restaurant north of Fallujah, just after he returned from Syria, where he was hiding,” police commander Yusuf Dhari told AFP.
Ali, 26, originally from the former rebel bastion of Fallujah, west of Baghdad, confessed to having killed at least 11 people, Dhari said, and to having information about the rape of the four women on a highway in 2006.