An Uzbek group with close ties to Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), requested funds to continue construction on a training camp.
Abu Dher Azzam (AKA Abu Dher al-Barmi), a Burmese religious scholar who previously served as a mufti in the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), called upon immigrants to avoid the infighting between Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and Jabhat Tahrir Suriya (JTS), stating, “Our war is against the Russians, Chinese and Americans.”
The Islamic State's (IS) Furat Province, a division in western Iraq, presented in a video the story of a slain Uzbek fighter's children following his footsteps in jihad, where one operates weaponized UAVs.
The Tawhid wal Jihad Brigade, an Uzbek group within Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) in Syria, released a training camp video featuring the religious and military education given to its fighters.
Al-Jazeera Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq released a video showing four children, one of whom is Russian and another, Uzbek, executing spies by gunshot.
Ninawa Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed killing over 17 Iraqi soldiers and militiamen in a suicide bombing by an Uzbek fighter, north of Mosul.
Five children, identified as British, Egyptian, Kurdish, Tunisian, and Uzbek, are featured in a video from ar-Raqqah Province of the Islamic State (IS) executing prisoners.
American, French, Indonesian, Russian, and Uzbek fighters in Furat Province the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq lauded Orlando nightclub gunman Omar Mateen and called upon Muslims to follow his example and kill "disbelievers".
In a statement attributed to the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), the group rejected the pledge by its former leader Uthman Ghazi to the Islamic State (IS), and claimed that it continues to exist and operate.
Abdullah bin Muhammad al-Muhaysini, a radical Saudi cleric and ally of the al-Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front, led fighters from twelve different countries in vowing that Syria will be a “graveyard” for Russian soldiers.
The Battalion of Tawhid and Jihad (Katibat al-Tawhid wal Jihad), an Uzbek group operating in Syria, pledged allegiance to the Nusra Front.
Khorasan Province of the Islamic State (IS) released a video of fighters congratulating the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) for its pledge of allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and beheading an Afghan soldier.
The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) published two articles by a Bahraini fighter giving accounts of his experiences in Waziristan, in IMU training camps, in the battlefield, and during the group’s move from Pakistan to Afghanistan.
The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), with its chief, Uthman Ghazi, and its fighters, pledged allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Islamic State (IS), after months of IMU propaganda supporting the group.
The Anbar provincial division of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq claimed suicide operation involving Lebanese, Saudi, and Uzbek fighters on the Yabani Bridge, finishing off the operation it launched on the target two days prior.
The Anbar provincial division of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq claimed five suicide bombings by Belgian, Australian, Caucasian (from the Caucasus), Syrian, and Uzbek fighters in Ramadi.
The Diyala provincial division of the Islamic State (IS) reported suicide bombings by Bahraini and Uzbeki fighters on Iraqi soldiers and Shi’ite militiamen near the al-Adhaim Dam.
The al-Nusra Front (NF), the al-Qaeda branch in Syria, released a video featuring a fighter detail the group’s battles in Handarat, Aleppo, and explain the reason for the Syrian regime’s advance into Handarat, and the importance of two towns the NF had sieged, Nubul and al-Zahra’a.
The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) released a video regarding a female suicide bomber named Ummu Usman, who carried out an attack in Pakistan in 2012.