Ansar al-Furqan, a Balochistan-based Sunni jihadi group, released a video of its fighters training with rifles and attending a lecture on the weapon.
The Iran-based Jaysh al-Adl (Army of Justice) claimed credit for the bombing on a bus carrying Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) personnel along the Khash-Zahedan road.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group released a video of attacks by IS supporters in Sheyban a town in Ahvaz, Iran, and in Balochistan, including the May 2018 strike on Basij forces.
Ja'afar al-Husseini, the military spokesman for the Shi'ite militant faction Hezbollah Brigades in Iraq, declared that American forces are "legitimate targets," in response to U.S. President Donald Trump remarking that he will keep troops in Iraq to monitor Iran.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury designated two Iran-sponsored militias and a commercial airline for transporting weapons to Syria.
An Islamic State (IS) supporter from Baluchistan posted pictures of home-made bombs and weapons and discussed going to Afghanistan for military training on Instagram.
The Balochistan-based Ansar al-Furqan released a video portraying the December 6, 2018, suicide bombing at a Chabahar police headquarters as revenge for the killing of officials.
Ansar al-Furqan, a Sunni Balochistan-based jihadi group, claimed credit for the suicide bombing an a police headquarters in Chabahar.
A Balochistan-based Sunni jihadist group claimed the “arrests” of twelve Iranians from Badr Air Base.
The Syria-based Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS)) released a video of a captive Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) officer appealing for his release.
After releasing a video through 'Amaq News Agency of three fighters involved in the September 22, 2018, attack at an IRGC military parade in Ahvaz, Iran, the Islamic State (IS) revealed that five fighters perpetrated the operation and that it came after their studying the potential time and place to strike.
The Islamic State (IS) released the ninth episode in a video series providing statistical breakdowns of IS operations, covering in this installment the week of September 20-26, 2018.
As the Islamic State (IS) promotes its recent attack on a military parade in the Iranian city Ahvaz, a media outfit linked to the group called for the mass-targeting of "disbelievers" and "polytheists" in the country.
Islamic State (IS) spokesman Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir promoted the recent attack on an IRGC military parade in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and rallied IS fighters in Syria's Hasakah governorate.
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency released a video of the three attackers behind the operation at the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) military parade in Ahvaz.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Khorasan Province claimed responsibility for killing and wounding over 100 Iranian forces in Southern Iran.
Through its 'Amaq News Agency, the Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the attack on a military parade in the Iranian city of Ahvaz.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group identified the leaders of America, Iran, and Russia and their respective people as targets for attack.
An Islamic State (IS)-linked group called on lone-wolf jihadists to kill Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Russian President Vladimir Putin and their supporters.
The Islamic State's (IS) Khorasan Province released a video focusing on its suicide attacks, including the June 7, 2017, attack in the Iranian capital, Tehran, and others, including a child bomber who executed strikes in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Linked to this article is the Weekly inSITE on Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) report for June 21, 2018, which provides updates on HTS' daily activities, both civil and military, in Syria, and its multimedia releases.
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