The Gaza-based Jaysh al-Islam (Army of Islam), a jihadi faction that in the past expressed support for the Islamic State (IS), released the second issue of its magazine, again covering topics ranging from jihad to medical issues.
The Gaza-based Jaysh al-Islam (Army of Islam), a jihadi faction that in the past expressed support for the Islamic State (IS), released the inaugural issue of its magazine, presenting articles ranging from the importance of training to medical information about cancer.
The Gaza-based Army of Islam (Jaish al-Islam) published 23 photos from a training course named in honor of Nidal al-'Ashi, a fighter who participated in Gaza, Libya, and Syria, and was killed in 2012 in Aleppo.
Jaish al-Islam (Army of Islam) claimed killing seven in clashes against the regime and Iranian militia forces in the southern countryside of Aleppo.
Jaish al-Islam claimed killing 23 pro-regime militia fighters in an immersive operation on the enemy forces in al-Bahhariyah town, in the area of al-Murj in eastern Ghouta.
Jaish al-Islam claimed to have killed “dozens” of Syrian regime fighters in ongoing violent clashes with the cooperation of other opposition factions in the countryside of Homs.
Official spokesman for Jaish al-Islam announced that an exchange of eleven civilians for eleven IS-affiliated individuals took place in the south of Damascus.
Jaish al-Islam (Army of Islam) claimed killing 43 regime soldiers in the course of an ongoing, two-day battle in Hatetah al-Jarash and Bala areas of the Damascus countryside.
Jaish al-Islam (Army of Islam) issued a statement of condemnation on the January 12, 2016 suicide bombing in Sultanahmet Square in Istanbul.
Jaish al-Islam claimed to have killed 23 pro-regime militia fighters in an immersive attack carried on the Damascus-Homs international highway and more in clashes against the Iranian militia on the front of Murj al-Sultan, in eastern Ghouta.
Jaish al-Islam (Army of Islam) reported clashes against the regime forces, Hezbollah, and the Iranian militia in Sheikh Miskeen, Daraa governorate.
Jaish al-Islam (Army of Islam) claimed attacks on the Syrian regime and killing over 24 of the enemy forces on various fronts in Eastern Ghouta.
The Ninth Issue of the Echo of Jihad – A Periodic Magazine Featuring General Mujahideen News
The Echo of Jihad [Sada al-Jihad], a periodic publication electronically distributed via the Internet and featuring articles concerning general Mujahideen news from several regions, was recently issued in its September/October 2006 release.
The Army of Islam [Jeish al-Islam] and the Mujahideen Shura Council (MSC) in the Environs of Jerusalem, two militant groups operating in Gaza, claimed three joint rocket strikes against Netivot, Sderot and the Sa'ad kibbutz in southern Israel.
The Gaza-based Army of Islam gave a eulogy for a member of its group who was killed Syria.
The Army of Islam, a Gaza-based militant faction, offered a eulogy for slain Yemeni-American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki in a statement issued on jihadist forums on October 19, 2011. Awlaki was killed in a US drone strike in Yemen on September 30.
The Army of Islam released a statement commenting on the impending swap of over 1,000 Palestinian prisoners for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.
Al-Ansar Media Foundation, the media arm of Ansar al-Islam, released a 58-minute video showcasing bombings against Iraqi forces and justifying these attacks on the grounds that these forces are agents of the United States in its “proxy war” on Iraq.