Elif Media, a jihadist media group, produced a video of fighters from al-Mahdi Army (Jeish al-Mahdi) in Afghanistan who were killed by US UAV strikes in November 2008, and issued this video on a Turkish jihadist website on May 27, 2009.
The second part of a Turkish fighter’s autobiography in jihad was posted on a Turkish jihadist website on November 16, 2008.
A total of 49 mujahideen, 39 of whom are identified as foreign fighters, were announced slain in two reports posted on Turkish jihadist websites on November 20, 2008.
Autobiography of Turkish Fighter, Ebu Isa Turki (Part 1)
The magazine of al-Mahdi Army [Jeish al-Mahdi] in Afghanistan and a Turkish jihadist website published on November 4, 2008 the first part of a Turkish fighter’s autobiography.
American UAV Attack Kills 13 Foreigners Fighting in Support of Taliban
Thirteen foreign fighters belonging to al-Mahdi Army [Jeish al-Mahdi] in Afghanistan were announced killed in a report posted on a Turkish jihadist website on November 11, 2008.
Abu Khabab al-Masri
Al-Qaeda announced the “martyrdom” of Abu Khabab al-Masri, an explosives and poisons expert, and the “martyrdom” of three other individuals and children in a communiqué issued on jihadist forums on August 2, 2008.
A 2 minute 40 second video of mujahideen raiding what is indicated to be British barracks in Helmand province in Afghanistan was issued to jihadist forums on July 18, 2008, by as-Sahab, the multimedia arm of al-Qaeda.
A 30:35 minute video presented by the Information Committee of Jaish al-Mahdi (al-Mahdi Army) in Afghanistan, which concerns a joint operation with al-Qaeda in firing rockets at American posts in Paktia province, was recently distributed to password-protected al-Qaeda affiliated forums, such as al-Hesbah and al-Ekhlaas.