Abul was born in Bandar-e Ghazmi, Takistan to a single father and lived his early life here mostly sticking around his elder brother. In the year 1999, while Abul was ten, his brother Rashad was 16 and had increasingly become radicalized but this was much to the dismay of their father. Without saying anything other than leaving a note to his younger brother, Rashad quietly left their home and traveled alone to join up with a few like minded Takistanis to join the fledgling group Jama'at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad. This group had pledged their support to Al-Qaeda in their fight against the infidel. Meanwhile, Abul opened the letter that was left to him, finding inside instructions for him to follow should he want to find his brother and join up to fight their battle. It also contained information to allow Abul to meet the same Imam that preached to Rashad and helped him decide to go fight.
2003 swiftly came and after a fight with his father, Abul left Takistan and traveled to Iraq. He soon reunited with his brother and began to fight along side him during the years following the Invasion of Iraq. For eight long years, Abul and Rashad fought during the Iraqi insurgency however they swiftly found that their fight in this foreign land had lost the fervor and power that had propelled it in the first place. Finding that there was no further need for them to shed blood for what seemed to be a now lost cause, the brothers returned to Takistan in 2011. Upon their return, they found that their father had passed away due to a stroke, leaving the brothers on their own. However, they had been fighting for so long together, this little bump seemed almost insignificant.
2012 saw the invasion of their homeland by the same forces they so furiously fought against back in Iraq. Ironically though, they found themselves fighting aside the Americans as members of several anti government rebel bands. It disturbed them so that things had turned out this way but the government of Colonel Muhammad R. Aziz was not true to the ways of the Prophet. Socialism led to a road excluding religion entirely! This made them infidels who deserved neither kindness nor mercy. During these strange years, Abul became very adapt at speaking the tongue of the NATO operators, being complimented as he nearly lost his accent entirely. Still he kept his mouth shut with regards to his past.
At the end of the invasion and the dawn of the year 2013, their former allegiances called the brothers back to the front. Jama'at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad reformed and became known as the Ad-Dawlah al-Islāmiyah fī 'l-ʿIrāq wa-sh-Shām or the Islamic State. From 2013 on wards, the brothers fought in Western Iraq and Eastern Syria, helping the state in their numerous battles to gain territory for the caliphate. However again the fight became rather distasteful. By early 2017, the fight began to turn in the favor of the West. Seeing that it had become again a lost cause, Abul wished to return again to his homeland. However, his brother swore to fight to the deal and killed himself with a suicide vehicle in Syria. Feeling that his fight had ended with the death of his family and that his duty to God had been satisfied, Abul finally laid down his arms and returned home to Takistan. But that's when everything went wrong. People became possessed, sickened by the devil. It didn't taken long for Abul to join yet another band of brothers fighting the good fight. However, this fight wasn't meant to bring glory to Allah. It was a fight for survival. Away they traveled to the east, hearing that the lands of Chernarus had plenty of resources to help them carry on.
But this fight was too much. One by one they were either claimed by the devil or died fighting to those others who simply tried to survive, even if it meant taking the life of another. Abul continued on his own, eventually reaching South Zagoria where he came into contact with a group known as Anarchy, a group of fighters who simply did as they wished and survived together. Despite not holding his radical view on the world, Abul found peace and solace in his new life here, as it reminded him of so many times in the past were someone else fought along side him and he shed blood for them in return.