Al-Rashideen Army issued on jihadist forums on November 25, 2008 a message with a seven-minute video claiming the deaths of 15 American soldiers in South Baghdad.
Iraqi Insurgent Faction Challenges US Military Claim
Al-Rashideen Army, an insurgent faction in Iraq part of the nationalist Jihad and Change Front, challenges the US military over a claim that a female US Marine died as a result of a traffic accident
Two insurgent factions in Iraq, al-Rashideen Army and the Shield of Islam Brigades, each announced new campaigns aimed at enemy forces, and provided videos showing their attacks within these campaigns.
Al-Rashideen Army, an insurgent group in Iraq, issued its second English documentary to its website and jihadist forum today, Wednesday, January 9, 2008, entitled: “The Bells of Danger”.
The leadership of al-Rashideen Army, an insurgent group in Iraq, presented what they call “political analysis” of the U.S. Senate-backed plan to divide Iraq into a federation on ethnic and religious lines, in a statement issued to jihadist forums yesterday, Tuesday, October 2, 2007.
Hamas of Iraq Issues Video of Bombing Hummer in Baghdad, Claims Joint Operation with Salah al-Din al-Ayubi Brigades; al-Rashideen Army Video
In recent communiqués issued by insurgency groups in Iraq to jiahdist forums, two groups, Hamas of Iraq and al-Rashideen Army, each issued videos depicting attacks on enemy vehicles.
Recently, insurgency groups in Iraq such as Ansar al-Sunnah and the Twentieth Revolution Brigades, issued statements denying rumors and media reports that they and other insurgency groups in Iraq had united together.
Al-Rashideen Army, an insurgency group in Iraq, issued a statement today, Thursday, April 5, 2007, announcing the “martyrdom” of an emir of its “Ahmed Yassin Brigade”.
A division of al-Rashideen Army, an insurgency group in Iraq, called the “Early Warning Department”, issued a statement today, Wednesday, February 28, 2007, that the Mujahideen must prepare for the “worst” in the coming days.
Al-Rashideen Army [Jeish al-Rashideen] in Iraq issued a statement today, Thursday, December 7, 2006, celebrating the “martyrdom” of one of its leaders, Aya al-Iraqi, of its Omar bin al-Khattab Brigade.
Video clips depicting sniping operations and bombings of American targets were recently distributed by two insurgency groups in Iraq, the League of the Righteous People [Asaeb Ahel al-Haq] and al-Rashideen Army [Jeish al-Rashideen].
In recent videos issued by insurgency groups in Iraq, including Ansar al-Sunnah, al-Rashideen Army, and the League of the Righteous People, four vehicles were destroyed by explosions from improvised explosive devices (IEDs), in Baghdad, Kirkuk, al-Howeija, and Baqauba.
The al-Rashideen Army [Jeish al-Rashideen] in Iraq issued a statement of eulogy for Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, condoling for his “martyrdom” and stating that they have never been in such an “enraged” situation.
The al-Rashideen Army [Jeish al-Rashideen] in Iraq issued a twenty-second video today, June 6, 2006, depicting the detonation of an improvised explosive device (IED) on an American vehicle in the area of al-Taramiya.
The al-Rashideen Army [Jeish al-Rashideen] in Iraq today, June 5, 2006, announced the martyrdom of one of its leaders, Abu Muhammad, who fell “while he was struggling with the enemy day and night”.
The al-Rashideen Army [Jeish al-Rashideen] in Iraq issued a twelve-second video today, May 30, 2006, which depicts the detonation of an improvised explosive package (IED at night on an American vehicle in al-Dawra by members of its Khalid bin Walid Brigade.
The al-Rashideen Army [Jeish al-Rashideen] in Iraq issued three communiqués today, May 22, 2006, claiming responsibility for detonating improvised explosive devices (IEDs) on an American Humvee in Balad on Friday, May 19, and another Humvee in the Temim section of al-Ramadi the previous day, Thursday, killing those soldiers inside both vehicles.
The al-Rashideen Army [Jeish al-Rashideen] in Iraq issued a statement today, May 19, 2006, announcing that the Muslim bin Aqeel Brigades [Kata’ab al-mulims bin Aqee] of south Iraq, in al-Basra, has joined the group “as a sign of more unity,” in addition to four communiqués in which they claim responsibility for detonating improvised explosive devices (IEDs) on American vehicles on the roads of Baquba-Baghdad and Baghdad – al-Hilla, and firing mortar shells and rockets at American bases and patrol in Baquba and al-Yusefiya.
Al-Rashideen Army [Jeish al-Rashideen] in Iraq, issued a 3:33 minute video today, May 8, 2006, containing an open letter to U.S. President George W. Bush, spoken in English by Abu Dugana al-Baghdady, the Operations Direction of the insurgency group.
The al-Rashideen Army [Jeish al-Rashideen] in Iraq issued four communiqués today, May 5, 2006, one of which featured a sixteen-second video of the bombing of an armored vehicle of the “Crusaders”.