The Islamic State (IS) released the December 11, 2015 English edition of its al-Bayan provincial news bulletin, which included recaps of advances in IS’ Damascus Province, a suicide operation in Iraq, and a security operation in Iraq.
Ninawa Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq released a video with training footage of its “al-Farouq Armored Brigade,” showing fighters maneuvering tanks and amphibious military vehicles.
Anbar Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq claimed killing more than 30 Iraqi soldiers and Shi’ite militiamen in a suicide bombing on their headquarters in al-Nukhayb, and published photos of the attack recorded by a UAV.
The Islamic State (IS) affiliated media group, Ansar al-Khilafah Media, disseminated a document condemning the actions of Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement leaders and calling for them to denounce al-Qaeda (AQ).
The Afghan Taliban claimed credit for the suicide raid on a “foreign guesthouse” in the capital, Kabul, and provided reports on the operation.
Damascus Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Syria released a video of executing two fighters from the Sham al-Rasoul Brigade by remote detonation as reciprocal punishment for their planting explosives against the IS.
IMU leader Uthman Ghazi
A jihadist gave an account of the fighting between the Afghan Taliban and the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) that has allegedly resulted in the capture of the IMU leader and the near-elimination of the group, and demanded that the Islamic State (IS) address what has happened.
The Islamic State (IS) released the December 9-10, 2015 English editions of its al-Bayan provincial news bulletin, which included recaps of clashes with “Awakenings” in IS’ Aleppo Province, warehouses captured in IS’ Damascus Province, and a suicide operation in Iraq.
The Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement, the leading group within the Islamic Front, announced its withdrawal from the Riyadh Conference in reaction to what the group claimed to be incompatibilities with tenets of the Syrian revolution.
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