Ansar al-Muslimeen in the Land of Black Africans
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Japanese Hostage Kenji Goto Jogo Gives Final Message, Says He and the Captive Jordanan Pilot Will be Killed in 24 Hours

Islamic State (IS)-linked Twitter accounts distributed a new video of Japanese hostage Kenji Goto Jogo, where he indicated that this is his final message, and unless the Jordanian government frees Sajida al-Rishawi within 24 hours, he and captive Jordanian pilot Mu’adh al-Kasasibah will be executed.

Tuesday, 27 January 2015
Ansaru Gives Condolences for Victims of Kano Mosque Attack

The Nigeria-based jihadi group Ansar al-Muslimeen (Ansaru) declared its innocence from the attack on the Central Mosque in Kano, and gave condolences to the victims.

Monday, 01 December 2014
Ansaru Incites Against Christians in Nigeria for Insult to Prophet Muhammad

The Nigeria-based jihadi group Ansar al-Muslimeen (Ansaru) incited Muslims to stand by its side and attack Christians in the country in revenge for an insult to the Prophet Muhammad.

Tuesday, 01 April 2014
Ansar al-Muslimeen (Ansaru) Denounces Boko Haram

In a statement attributed to the leader of Ansar al-Muslimeen (Ansaru), the Nigeria-based jihadi group disavowed Boko Haram and denounced it for killing and displacing Muslims.

Tuesday, 11 March 2014
Ansar al-Muslimeen Leader Criticizes Boko Haram, Greets al-Qaeda Officials in Eid al-Adha Speech

The leader of the Nigeria-based jihadi group Ansar al-Muslimeen criticized Boko Haram for its attacks in the towns of Baga and Benisheik, and greeted al-Qaeda officials in a message for Eid al-Adha 2013.

Friday, 15 November 2013
Ansar al-Muslimeen Releases Video of French Hostage Francis Colump

The Nigeria-based Ansar al-Muslimeen released a video of French hostage Francis Colump and warned the French and Nigerian governments that they are responsible for his fate.

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Friday, 27 September 2013
Ansar al-Muslimeen Denies Targeting Civilians, Calls for Revolution

 

The Nigeria-based Ansar al-Muslimeen in the Land of Black Africans (Bilad al-Sudan) denied that its fighters have targeted civilians in Nigeria, claiming that attacks against the people are being perpetrated by "the soldiers of Satan and those who don't know the Shariah policies and the goals of the Shariah".

Monday, 13 May 2013
Ansar al-Muslimeen Condemns Massacre in Baga, Calls for Revenge

The Nigeria-based Ansar al-Muslimeen in the Land of Black Africans (Bilad al-Sudan) condemned the reported massacre of 300 Muslims in Baga, a village in Nigeria's Borno State, and insisted that revenge be taken to "avoid the future act of CRUSADERS, and their allies of the west and their United Nation".

Friday, 03 May 2013
Ansar al-Muslimeen Releases its Charter Outlining its Aims, Formations

The Nigeria-based Ansar al-Muslimeen in the Land of Black Africans (Bilad al-Sudan) released a copy of its charter in which it presented its aims, its ideology, and its formations, including the roles of its leaders and the work of its various branches.

Friday, 26 April 2013
Ansar al-Muslimeen Releases Video of Slain Foreign Hostages

The Nigeria-based Ansar al-Muslimeen in the Land of Black Africans (Bilad al-Sudan) released the video of the seven foreign employees of the Setraco construction company it kidnapped in Bauchi, Nigeria, and subsequently executed.

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Tuesday, 12 March 2013
Ansar al-Muslimeen Announces Execution of Foreign Hostages

The Nigeria-based Ansar al-Muslimeen in the Land of Black Africans (Bilad al-Sudan) announced its killing of the seven foreign employees of the Setraco construction company it kidnapped in Bauchi, Nigeria, on February 7, 2013.

Saturday, 09 March 2013
Nigerian Jihadist Group Claims Kidnapping Foreigners in Nigeria

The Nigeria-based Ansar al-Muslimeen in the Land of Black Africans (Bilad al-Sudan) claimed responsibility for kidnapping seven foreign employees of the Setraco construction company in Bauchi, Nigeria.

Tuesday, 19 February 2013
Nigerian Jihadist Group Claims Attack On Soldiers En Route to Mali

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A Nigerian jihadist group, "Ansar al-Muslimeen in the Land of Black Africans," claimed responsibility for attacking Nigerian forces on their way to Mali.

Tuesday, 22 January 2013
Nigerian Jihadist Group Declares Founding in Statement

A Nigerian jihadist group calling itself "Ansar al-Muslimeen in the Land of Black Africans (Sudan)" announced its founding in a statement and a video recording in Arabic-, English-, and Hausa-languages.

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Monday, 09 July 2012