Zarqawi’s spiritual mentor, Abu Muhammad al-Maqdisi, composed an elegy for his deceased disciple soon after his death. Although the two fell out over Zarqawi’s brutal tactics in Iraq, Maqdisi still has a soft spot for him. The elegy, “The Dove Cried and the Swords Wept,” is recited by Maqdisi and has been released online for the first time via the Shumukh forum.
For those of you that don’t know Maqdisi, he rated as the most-cited Jihadi alive in the study I conducted for West Point.
Document (Arabic): 9-20-08-shamikh-abu-muhammad-maqdisi-elegy-for-zarqawi