Ibrahim Al Suwaidi ibn Mustafa was born July 15, 1979, in a town bordering right outside Zargabad. He was born to a very religious family and was raised a strict Sunni Muslim. His family was not very wealthy as his father had been laid off from his oil mining job due to his father's corporation being bought out by a large western oil corporation. Due to this Ibrahim's father had to settle for a job as a car mechanic, that paid substantially less. Ibrahim went to school, played with his friends, and spent time with his family. Ibrahim's father began coming home later and later and seemed to have a more tiresome face after each night. Ibrahim began worrying about his father, and wanted answers to why his father became distant. Ibrahim and his father used to be very close, they both use to spend most days together. Ibrahim tried aking his mother why his "alab" had become so isolated. His mother explained that he was doing work for Allah. With this explanation, most of Ibrahim's worries faded as he kept his faith in Allah above all. He grew confident and proud of his father. As months went by Ibrahim's father helped train Ibrahim in shooting a hunting rifle. He told him that it was important to always be ready for anything, and that being able to fight would be one of the most important things he could learn.
Two years had passed and Ibrahim grew mature. He figured out what his dad was truly doing, and that was fighting for the Al-Takhari Mujahideen. He respected his father for defending the land from western scum. One day Ibrahim had come home from his part-time job. He walked home and he greeted his family. It was a normal day, Ibrahim began his homework and his little sister playing with her dolls. His father was reading the newspaper and his mother was watching television. Then out of the blue, loud tire screech could be heard. Doors flying open, and yelling could be heard. It seemed as though the men outside were yelling "Everyone comes out of the house with your hands up!" Ibrahim knew what was going on and so did his father. Ibrahim's mother and Sister quickly went into their safe room while his father grabbed two Kalashnikov rifles. He handed one of to Ibrahim and they set up to kill in soldiers that would come into their home. A few minutes passed and Ibrahim was peaking a corner using their fridge as cover to watch the front door, while his father watched the backyard through the window. Ibrahim heard the men counting down from 5 and he braced himself for a gunfight. 3 men ran through the front door, all shot down by Ibrahim. He knew he had to move postions as now they knew where he was hiding from the outside. Ibrahim moved near his father. Once near his father, he informs him that there are too many and they are heavily outgunned. Ibrahim's father turned and looked at him and said in Arabic, "One day we will kill them all" Ibrahim knew what was going through his fathers head, but before he could stop him, his father already had run out the front door and took his detonator out. His father clicked the button after mumbling some prayers and blew himself to smithereens along with the Military truck and 4 officers. Ibrahim knew there was no way he could fight the remaining ones off on his own so he jumped out the back window and began running east. He left his mother and sister behind knowing that they wouldn't get killed. Ibrahim ran until he could only see sand everywhere. He passed out due to lack of hydration.
Ibrahim was awakened to men in balaclavas hovering over him. He was confused at first to where he was but quickly came to realization. He was with the Mujahideen. He explained to the soldiers what had happened and the realized he was Mustafa Al Suwaidi's son. They mourned the loss of such an excellent fighter but were glad they found his son before the military did. From there on Ibrahim joined the Al-Takhari and began to do missions for them. He showed his excellence on the battlefield and proved to be a courageous fighter. He brought new tactics of fighting on the table for the Al-Takhari, which helped not only survive but win firefights out in the field. After the 2012 invasion of the U.S. the head of the Al-Takhari, Fahad al-Zawahiri, was killed in a bombing. This left the Al-Takhari without a leader. The remaining elders and the rest of the Al-Takhari gathered for a meeting to discuss a new leader. This is when they came to the conclusion that Ibrahim would fit best for the job.