Ebu Zer AKA Serdal Erbashi, a former leader of Taifetul Mansura in Afghanistan and a fighter in Chechnya, was reportedly executed by the Taliban after it was discovered that he ordered the death of two foreign fighters.
Taifetul Mansura posted three Turkish-language messages on its website between September 11 and September 12, 2010, remarking on recent police activity in Turkey that targeted suspected members of its group.
Taifetul Mansura reported that six individuals among Punjabi and Uzbek fighters in Waziristan were killed in a missile strike.
Taifetul Mansura’s European representative, Ebu Esila the German, urged Muslims in Turkey to boycott the Turkish constitutional referendum that is to be held on September 12, 2010.
Taifetul Mansura raised new charges against its former spokesman, Ebu Yasir Turki, saying that he is fraudulently collecting donations intended for mujahideen.
Taifetul Mansura issued an update to a prior communiqué, providing the correct last name for a Turkish fighter who was killed in Paktika province of Afghanistan.
Taifetul Mansura reported that several fighters, foreign and Afghan, were killed in Ghazni and Paktika provinces of Afghanistan.
Taifetul Mansura announced that its spokesman, Ebu Yasir Turki, was discharged from his position and removed from the group.
Taifetul Mansura announced the death of four fighters in Paktika province of Afghanistan, and also reported an incident they said demonstrated “help from Allah” in a Turkish-language communiqué posted on their website on August 2, 2010.
Taifetul Mansura announced that it will collaborate with the Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP) in both media and military activity in Afghanistan.
Taifetul Mansura reported the establishment of a new group for German and Turkish fighters in Afghanistan.
Taifetul Mansura, a militant group active in the Afghan-Pak region, complained of lacking donations from readers of its website days after launching a charity campaign.
Taifetul Mansura reported that five Turkish fighters from Gaziantep, Turkey, died in Afghanistan, four of whom were killed by enemy fire in Paktika province.
Taifetul Mansura reported in two Turkish-languages messages posted on its website that 13 fighters were killed as a result of a drone attack.
Taifetul Mansura posted on its Turkish-language website on June 18, 2010, an interview held between its spokesman, Ebu Yasir et Turki, and youths wishing to join jihad.
Taifetul Mansura released a posthumous video of its leader, Ebu Omer Azeri, encouraging Azerbaijani Muslims to support jihad, and training with a heavy machine gun.
Taifetul Mansura released a Turkish-language video focusing on their fighters who were slain in November 2009, including their former leader, Ebu Omer Azeri.
Taifetul Mansura reported in a Turkish-language message that an Arab al-Qaeda military commander and a Turkish commander of a group affiliated with the Taliban were killed in an airstrike in Waziristan.
Taifetul Mansura posted an updated Turkish-language report on its website on June 11, 2010, regarding a threat from Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to Europe and the United States.
Taifetul Mansura claimed two joint attacks with the Afghan Taliban in a Turkish-language communiqué posted on its website on May 30, 2010.
Taifetul Mansura reported in a Turkish-language message that four foreign fighters were killed amidst a clash in a border area of South Waziristan on May 26, 2010.