Ansar al-Furqan, a Balochistan-based Sunni jihadi group, released a video of its fighters training with rifles and attending a lecture on the weapon.
The Balochistan-based Ansar al-Furqan released a video portraying the December 6, 2018, suicide bombing at a Chabahar police headquarters as revenge for the killing of officials.
Ansar al-Furqan, a Sunni Balochistan-based jihadi group, claimed credit for the suicide bombing an a police headquarters in Chabahar.
Ansar al-Furqan, a Sunni jihadi group operating in Iran's Sistan and Baluchestan Province, claimed bombing what it described as a "major" oil pipeline, in its first operation in Ahvaz, and provided footage of the attack.
Ansar al-Furqan Iran declared that it has no connection to "Ansar al-Iran in the Land of Sham [Syria]," a group that had announced its establishment three days prior.
Ansar al-Furqan Iran released a video of a nighttime strike on an enemy camp in Sistan and Baluchestan Province, and its fighters traversing the desert.
Ansar al-Furqan, a Balochistan-based Sunni jihadi group, published cartoons of Syria’s President, Bashar al-Assad, and Supreme Leader of Iran, Ali Khamenei, with targets over their heads and bodies, suggesting fighters use them as “gun target prectise [sic].”
Ansar al-Furqan, a Balochistan-based Sunni jihadi group, named its new leader and threatened to continue its campaign “until the whole Iran is free.”
Ansar al-Furqan, a Balochistan-based Sunni jihadi group, announced the death of its leader, Ustaz Salahuddin (AKA Mawlvi Jaleel Qambarzai).
Ansar al-Furqan, a Balochistan-based Sunni jihadi group, threatened to carry out suicide attacks on Iranian economic and military centers in revenge for the government executing Sunni prisoners.
Ansar al-Furqan, a Balochistan-based Sunni jihadi group, claimed killing 20 Iranian forces and wounding nearly 80 others in a suicide raid in Khash County.
Ansar al-Furqan, a Balochistan-based Sunni jihadi group, claimed bombing an Iranian police and IRGC (Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps) station and a military headquarters in Jaleq district of Iran’s Sistan and Balochistan Province.
Anti-Islamic State (IS) jihadists on Twitter disseminated a document based on claims by an alleged member of Ansar al-Furqan, a Balochistan-based jihadi group, of persistent attempts by IS to bribe the group for its allegiance.
A jihadist-supporter on Twitter called for financial and other forms of support to Balochistan-based jihadi group Ansar al-Furqan.
The Balochistan-based jihadi group Ansar al-Furqan published an English booklet chronicling the course of a battle with Iranian forces in Nik Shahr in early-2015, and stressing its need for support.
The Ansar al-Furqan (Supporters of the Furqan), an Iranian-based Sunni Baloch militant organization, began a Twitter campaign to raise funds for the group’s jihadi activities and military equipment, including weapons, vehicles, rockets and even the cost of “preparing a mujahid.”