Al-Isabah Media, the media unit of Ansar al-Tawhid in the Land of Hind, announced that the group’s Shariah chief, Abdul Rahman al-Hindi, was killed in Kobani while fighting under the banner of the Islamic State (IS).
Al-Isabah Media, the media unit of Ansar al-Tawhid in the Land of Hind, released an English audio speech with a pledge of allegiance to the Islamic State (IS) from India, from an individual identified as "Mujahid Dr. Abu Abdullah Alhindi".
Al-Yaqeen Media Center, a jihadist media group, issued a report on the trial in Sudan of five suspects in the murder of American diplomat, John Michael Granville, and his Sudanese driver, Abdul Rahman Abbas.
A 2 minute 2 second video from a Somali group calling itself, “Ansar al-Tawhid Brigades”, was posted to jihadist forums on May 3, 2008. The video shows training in firearms and positions of what is indicated to be the group’s assassination squad.
A group calling itself Ansar Al-Tawhid Group [Jama’a Ansar Al-Tawhid] in Sudan claims the murder of an American diplomat, John Michael Granville, and his Sudanese driver in Al-Riyadh district of Khartoum, in a message issued today, Friday, January 4, 2008, to the password-protected Al-Qaeda-affiliated forum, Al-Ekhlaas. The attack was executed on January 1.
The Mujahideen Shura Council in Iraq issued a communiqué today claiming responsibility for two suicide bombings on Tuesday, July 11, 2006 in the Green Zone in Baghdad.