The Army of the Conquerors, an Iraqi insurgent faction, released a document advising fighters, particularly those in Afghanistan and Pakistan, how to deal with spy planes.
Conquerors’ Army Defends Faction Against ISI
The Conquerors’ Army [Jeish al-Fatiheen], an insurgent faction in Iraq, issued a message on jihadist forums on November 11, 2008 criticizing the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) and its leadership for weakening jihad and sowing division amongst mujahideen.
The Conquerors’ Army [Jeish Al-Fatiheen], an insurgent group in Iraq, issued a statement to jihadist forums yesterday, January 1, 2008, announcing its withdrawal from the Reformation and Jihad Front.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatiheen], an insurgency group in Iraq which was formerly part of the Islamic Army in Iraq and become independent in February 2006, issued an announcement to jihadist forums today, Wednesday, May 30, 2007, that it has joined the Reformation and Jihad Front, itself composed of the Islamic Army in Iraq, Mujahideen Army, and Brigades of the Shari’a Council of Ansar al-Sunnah.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatiheen], an insurgency group in Iraq, recently issued a one-hour and nine minute video titled: “The Lion al-Khalidiyah,” featuring a compilation of a multitude of attacks executed in 2006.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatiheen] in Iraq, an insurgency group of which part has joined the Islamic State of Iraq, issued a statement today, Wednesday, December 27, 2006, observing “heralds of victory” in the conquests of the Islamic Courts Union in its war with Ethiopia.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatiheen] in Iraq issued a series of seven communiqués yesterday, Thursday, November 9, 2006, claiming responsibility for operations in revenge for the events in Beit Hanoun, in the northeast corner of the Gaza Strip, which occurred during the previous week.
The bombing of the American Falcon base in the al-Dawra section of Baghdad that resulted in the explosion of an ammunition storage facility and occurred on the night of Tuesday, October 10, 2006, was claimed by both the Islamic Army in Iraq and the Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatiheen].
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatiheen] issued a message today, Monday, August 21, 2006, which serves as an overt propaganda piece calling for the insurgency groups in Iraq to “unite their hits” because America purportedly appears to be falling.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatiheen] issued several communiqués today, Friday, August 4, 2006, of which is nine, the group claims responsibility for bombings targeting American forces, members of the Shi’ite al-Mahdi Army, and a “Jewish Mossad” car in Samarra, al-Ramadi, al-Fallujah, al-Habbaniya and Baghdad.
Between Monday, July 24, 2006 and today, July 25, several Iraqi insurgency groups, including the Islamic Army in Iraq, the Conquering Army [Jaish al-Fatiheen], Iraqi Union [Asa’ab al-Iraqi], Twentieth Revolution Brigades and al-Rashideen Army, issued video clips that depict improvised explosive device (IED) detonations on American vehicles and mortar attacks on American bases.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatheen] issued a message announcing the appointment of "Abu Abdullah" as their new Emir in al-Ramadi.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatheen] issued three messages today, June 30, 2006, one a statement refusing to respond to the reconciliation initiative brokered by Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and the other two containing videos depicting bombings targeting American quarters in al-Ramadi and a truck convoy on an expressway near al-Saqalawiya.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatheen] in Iraq issued a eulogy for the Emir of al-Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi on Saturday, June 10, 2006, grieving with the Islamic Nation for the “great tragedy,” yet congratulating Zarqawi for his martyrdom.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatheen] issued yesterday, June 1, 2006, a 51:42 minute video compilation of their attacks in Iraq targeting American and Iraqi forces. It is structured as a propaganda piece, opening with footage compiled from outside sources of American aggression against Iraqis, including the capture and detainment of suspected insurgents, beatings, and their affect on the populous.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatheen] issued nearly two dozen communiqués yesterday, May 31, 2006, in twelve of which the group claims responsibility for attacks targeting “Crusader” forces in al-Karabla, al-Habbaniya, al-Ramadi, al-Khalidiya, and Samarra, involving the launching of mortar shells, rockets, and improvised explosive devices (IEDs).
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatheen] issued a forty-two second video showing the launching of rockets at an American base in Habbaniyah, and two communiqués today, May 22, 2006, claiming responsibility for sniping operations targeting American forces.
Al-Mazra’a Abu Ghraib
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatheen] issued five communiqués, two containing videos of launching rockets at American barracks in al-Mazra’a, near al-Fallujah, and Abu Ghraib, today, May 9, 2006, claiming responsibility for additional bombing targeting these forces at Samarra Bridge and al-Boheyra Hotel.
A statement issued yesterday, April 30, 2006, by the Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatheen] in Iraq addresses media allegations concerning the intention of the mujahideen to fight al-Qaeda in Iraq.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatheen] in Iraq issued four communiqués yesterday, April 11, 2006, in which the group claims responsibility for shooting two members of the Iraqi National Guard in al-Fallujah and bombing “Crusader” forces in al-Saqlawiya and at al-Khalidiya Bridge with mortar shells.
The Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatheen] in Iraq issued two videos and a communiqué today, March 1, 2006, claiming responsibility for attacks in the “scope of revenge operations” targeting the Shi’ites and “Crusaders”.