Jihadists discussed unfolding clashes and tensions between former al-Qaeda (AQ) affiliate Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) and rebel forces in Syria.
The Security Forces of Jaish al-Fateh declared its territories will be closed to any internal conflicts in an undated statement released following numerous announcements regarding recent incidents, clashes, and disagreements amongst rebel factions and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham.
Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) claimed it was targeted by Suqoor al-Sham and Jaish al-Islam in separate attacks which it denounced, and expressed disbelief in being called “renegades of Islam” [term used for Islamic State fighters] by Suqoor al-Sham leader.
Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) released a statement elaborating on the recent conflicts among rebel factions and JFS, as well as the truce talks and international conventions and their impact on the battlefield, and calling upon all rebel factions to reevaluate the circumstances and stand by and cooperate with JFS.
The Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, al-Qaeda's (AQ) branch in Somalia, claimed responsibility for two explosions and a follow-up raid at Mogadishu’s Dayah Hotel on January 25, 2017.
Addressing an open letter to U.S. President Donald Trump nearly one week after taking office, Afghan Taliban spokesman Zabihullah urged that he end the “stalemate” in Afghanistan and the prolonger suffering of the Afghan people and withdraw American forces.
The Syrian Islamic Council (SIC) demanded that Syrian opposition factions in the north attack Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS), arguing that it has adopted extremism towards fellow fighters and unjustifiably attacked their military positions.
Al-Liwa’ Al-Akhder (Green Brigade) Province, the division of the Islamic State (IS) for Yemen’s Ibb governorate, claiming killing and wounding a number of Houthis in a suicide bombing at their checkpoint.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) eulogized a former official who was killed in Algeria’s Jijel province on January 20, 2017.
Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement declared it “rejects the scheme to alienate Jabhat Fateh al-Sham [JFS] and its being targeted by the international coalition and others,” while also warning it is essential that JFS cease transgression upon other rebel factions and submit to an independent Sharia court to settle all differences.
Jihadist Telegram channels forwarded a message to Muslims in the Gambia, stressing that they defend themselves in “adherence to the Shariah” amid “possible war” in the nation.
Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) announced disowning Jund al-Aqsa due to the group’s continued infighting with Ahrar al-Sham, after explaining the reasons behind the initial acceptance of Jund al-Aqsa’s pledge for allegiance and what led to its disavowal.
The Shura Council of Scholars in Sham [Syria] demanded that Jabhat Fateh al-Sham [JFS] release an official statement declaring disavowal of Jund al-Aqsa and urging that JFS cease support and protection for the faction.
‘Amaq News Agency reported that Islamic State (IS) fighters killed three Nigerien soldiers in an attack on their position in southeastern Niger.
Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) rejected the meeting to be held in the Kazakh capital, Astana, regarding a political settlement with the Bashar al-Assad regime and a nationwide ceasefire, and called on its militant allies to beware such “conspiracies”.
Following the inauguration of Donald Trump and the transfer of power from Barack Obama, the Afghan Taliban suggested the new president reverse America’s policies on Afghanistan, or face a “historically shameful defeat”.
Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS) condemned the American airstrike on a training camp in western Aleppo in which over 100 fighters were reportedly killed, and declared that with this action the U.S.
Jihadists across Deep Web and social media spaces have reacted to Donald Trump’s January 20, 2017 inauguration as president of the United States.
A jihadi group calling itself "Ansaroul Islam" (Ansar al-Islam) claimed the December 16, 2016, attack on a Burkinabe military position in Nassoumbou, and attacking two "hypocrite collaborators" in Djibo and Sibé, all of which are located in northern Burkina Faso.
The Islamic State (IS) boasted that its fighters achieved “large military gains” in Deir al-Zour, Syria, in the 64th issue of its al-Naba weekly newspaper, and claimed in an infographic to have killed 6,500 people since the start of the Mosul battle in October 2016.