Jaish Ansar Al-Sunnah [the Army of the Supporters of the Sunnah] - the insurgency group in Iraq which has claimed responsibility for numerous attacks in Iraq - posted 3 statements to its official website today, January 9, 2005, claiming in 2 of them responsibility for “a suicide operation against the National Guard Forces in al-Mahaweel, South of Baghdad”, and “a bombing of a convoy of the Crusader Forces in Abu Ghraib, that resulted in the destruction of an armored vehicle and a Hummer”.
In a new statement posted to their official website, and in circulation on Jihadist message boards today, January 19, 2005, Jaish Ansar Al-Sunnah [the Army of the Supporters of the Sunnah] - the insurgency group which has carried out numerous attacks in Iraq – claims responsibility for the capture and killing of an Engineer and his assistant, employed by “Proactive” American Company, and “assigned with the task to establish internet networks in locations affiliated with the Crusader Forces in Mosul and Arbil”. After the accomplishment of their task in Mosul, the Mujahideen were waiting for them and captured them on their way to Arbil. They were shot in the process of “implementing Allâh’s Judgment on them”.
In a statement posted today, December 26, 2004, to its official website, Jaish Ansar Al- Sunnah insurgency group in Iraq, that claimed responsibility for the December 21st attack on the US base in Al-Ghizlani Camp in Mosul, killing 22 and injuring 69 people, the group called upon people to not believe the American officials’ declarations for “they are completely untrue”.
Messages circulating on Tuesday, December 21, 2004, on several jihadist message boards provide a link to a download of a video entitled “Indonesia in the Crusaders’ Net,” an anti- Western, anti-infidel propaganda piece that details training methods used by Indonesian militants and calls for Islamic scholars to lend a hand to the jihad in Indonesia.
A message posted on Sunday, December 19, 2004, to a jihadist message board provides a link to a download of a video describing how to manufacture an explosive belt for use in suicide bombings.
Photographs of a young boy with an automatic machine gun taken from the video Photo of French reporter Christian Chesnot
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