Al Qaeda in the Maghreb in the Islamic Maghreb leader, Abu Musab Abdal Wadud, has released a new audio-message, urging Sahel’s governments, Mali in particular, to remove French troops from their countries.
An alleged new Iran-backed Shia Militia Group (SMG), Usba al Thaerin (Vengeance League), announced its foundation, claiming responsibility for the recent rocket attacks on al Taji base, in Iraq.
Iran-backed Shia Militia Group (SMG) in Iraq, Harakat al Nujaba, strongly condemned the latest US raid on PMU bases, carried out in response to the rocket attack on al Taji base, which has caused the death of two US and one British soldiers. Harakat al Nujaba Official Spokesman criticized the Iraqi Parliament for condemning the […]
Iran-backed Shia Militia Group (SMG) Kataib Hezbollah, praised the latest rocket attack on al Taji Base, in Iraq, declaring it’s time to expel US army from the country.
Jamaat Nusrat al Islam wal Muslimin, al Qaeda’s branch in the Sahel, released a statement declaring the withdrawal of the French army from Mali is the first step in order to sit down for peace talks with the government. Statement’s English translation: Statement’s French translation: Statement’s Turkish translation:
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula’s new leader , Khalid bin Umar Batarfi, praised his predecessor Qasim al Raymi, sweared his loyalty to al Qaeda emir Ayman al Zawahiri and congratulated the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan for the latest deal with US.
Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb leader, Abu Musab Abdal Wadud (Abdelmalek Droukdel), eulogized the deceased lieutenants of Jamaat Nusrat al Islam wal Muslimin (JNIM) Yahya Abu al Hammam and Abu Iyadh al Tunis, respectively the leader of the AQIM’s Sub-Saharan branch and the founder of Ansar al Sharia Tunisia group.
Alleged Supporters of the Islamic State in Hind Province released the first issue of the magazine Voice of Hind.
Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan released a video showing the attack carried out on november 2018 against G4S’ HQ in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Through an audio-message recorded by its leader, Qasim al Raymi, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula takes credit for the attack carried out in the US Naval Air Station Pensacola, in Florida.