Ansar al-Shariah in Libya issued a farewell letter to fellow revolutionaries and Libyan Muslims, announcing its dissolution and urging they form a united fighting front against the enemy.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a video claiming credit for the July 7, 2016, suicide bombing at a Libyan army headquarters in western Benghazi, and providing a jihadi biography of the bomber.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a video of fighters training at a camp named in honor of Miloud Sadaqah, a top group official who was killed in clashes with the Libyan army in Benghazi in April 2015.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a video from one of its military officials calling on Muslims in general and specifically those in Libya to fight or participate in jihad by other means.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya published a poster calling Prime Minister-designate Fayez al-Sarraj the "new Karzai of Libya," and claimed two attacks in Benghazi, one of them by the Shura Council of Benghazi Revolutionaries.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya claimed killing at least four Libyan soldiers in attacks in the al-Hawari area of Benghazi between March 17 and March 19, 2016, and published photos of the operations.
The Shura Council of Benghazi Revolutionaries, a coalition in which Ansar al-Shariah in Libya is a member, issued a statement claiming that the "final scene" of the Libyan army's Operation Dignity has begun, and urging Libyan Muslims to participate in jihad.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya published an infographic on the "harvest" of its operations from February 23-28, 2016, claiming to have killed more than 280 Libyan soldiers and wounded over 320.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya denied rumors that the Libyan army took over its al-Raya Media Foundation and seized its Atheer al-Madina Radio.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya claimed twelve attacks on Libyan soldiers in Benghazi on February 19-22, 2016, including bombings and mortar strikes killing and wounding many, and capturing a soldier.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya claimed attacking five points of Libyan soldiers on the western axis of Benghazi and provided six photos of the war spoils it captured.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya announced that its Atheer al-Madina radio broadcasts are now streaming on the social live audio platform Mixlr.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya claimed downing a Libyan military aircraft in Derna, after which jihadists posted photos and a video of the wreckage.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya published a photo report of the “second batch” of graduates from its Sheikh Meload Sadaqah training camp in Derna, Libya.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya issued a statement warning Libyan Muslims that the appointment of Martin Kobler as the new UN special envoy in the county indicates that the phase of political work has ended and the phase of “true confrontation” has begun.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a video showing its use of a remote-controlled driverless car bomb and a rocket manufactured by its “Talut Scientific Foundation” in battles against soldiers of Libyan General Khalifa Haftar in Benghazi.
An alleged Islamic State (IS) fighter in Libya claimed that IS fighters in the country cooperate with Ansar al-Sharia in places like Benghazi.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya released a statement containing a list of those killed following the June 14, 2015 U.S. airstrikes in the country, notably not including Moktar Belmoktar (AKA Khalid Abu al-Abbas), who was previously declared dead by officials.
Ansar al-Shariah in Libya called on fighters to kill Libyan General Khalifa Haftar and four of his associates in the Libyan armed forces, offering cash bounties in amounts ranging from 25,000 - 100,000 Libyan dinars (approximately USD 18,062 - 72,250).
Abu Abdullah al-Libi
Jihadists reported that Abu Abdullah al-Libi, the general Shariah jurist for Ansar al-Shariah in Libya, pledged allegiance to the Islamic State (IS) and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.