Abdullah al-Muhaysini, a prominent Saudi cleric and jihadi figure in Syria, promoted Ansar al-Islam as "great" foreign fighters, and distributed the group's video of of an attack in northern Hama.
Ansar al-Islam, a jihadi group that formerly operated in northern Iraq and currently participates in the Syrian Jihad, claimed killing 30 Syrian soldiers in a raid on their checkpoints in northern Hama, describing it as an act of revenge for Damascus' Eastern Ghouta.
Faylaq al-Sham, Jaish al-Islam, the Nuruddin al-Zinki Movement, and thirteen other rebel groups in Syria declared standing in support of the Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement “militarily, security-wise, and morally” following the group’s accusation that Jund al-Aqsa has ties to the Islamic State (IS).
Syrian rebel factions, including Ahrar al-Sham, Jaish al-Islam, Faylaq al-Sham, and Faylaq al-Rahman, released statements of solidarity with Turkey after the suicide bombings at the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey on June 28, 2016.
The Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF) Bangla Team congratulated Ansar al-Islam, the Bangladesh division of al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS), for its recently claimed killing of two LGBT figures in Bangladesh.
Titumir Media, a pro-AQIS Bengali jihadi media outlet, released a video promoting the hacking death of two LGBT rights activists in Dhaka, an attack for which the Ansar al-Islam unit of al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent claimed credit.
Ansar al-Islam, the Bangladesh division of al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS), claimed credit for the murder of blogger Nazimuddin Samad in the capital, Dhaka.
Ansar al-Islam, the Bangladesh branch of al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS), claimed credit for the murder of blogger Niloy Neel (AKA Niloy Chowdhury).
The jihadi group Ansar al-Islam urged jihadi factions in the northern countryside of Aleppo, Syria, to confront the Islamic State (IS), both militarily and religiously, warning that if the IS succeeds in taking their positions then it is the “beginning of the end”.
Jihadists from “Ansar al-Islam Bangladesh” reported that al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) claimed the murder of blogger Ananta Bijoy Das for his insulting God and the Prophet Muhammad.
The leadership of the Iraq-based jihadi group Ansar al-Islam issued a message of greetings for the holy month of Ramadan and giving congratulations to Muslims for the recent conquests in Ninawa and Salah al-Din provinces by the Islamic State.
The Islamic State in Iraq and Sham (ISIS) released a picture set of scenes from a ceremony in which members of Ansar al-Islam pledged to the group.
The Iraq-based jihadi group Ansar al-Islam released a video focusing on its training camp named in honor of radical Pakistani cleric Abdul Rashid Ghazi.
On December 5, 2013, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) joined the long list of al-Qaeda affiliates with a presence on Twitter.
The Iraq-based jihadi group Ansar al-Islam released additional pictures from its training camp named in honor of slain radical Pakistani cleric Abdul Rashid Ghazi.
The Iraq-based jihadi group Ansar al-Islam announced that it "graduated" a group of fighters from a camp it named in honor of slain radical Pakistani cleric Abdul Rashid Ghazi.
Ansar al-Islam reaffirmed its pledge to fight the "Sons of Iraq" after Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki reportedly agreed with U.S. President Barack Obama to revive the Sunni militia to combat al-Qaeda elements in the country.
The Iraq-based jihadi group Ansar al-Islam gave Eid al-Adha greetings to Indians, Kurds and Syrians, and addressed each group of people with messages promoting jihad and Shariah and rejecting democracy.
Ansar al-Islam released a record of its failed negotiations with the al-Qaeda-affiliated Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) to end hostilities between the groups, and said that its fighters will strike back against the ISIL.
After nearly a year of alleged attacks against its fighters by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), Ansar al-Islam's leadership announced that it will now fight back, but is still open to peace initiatives.