Continuing to urge Bitcoin donations, Hamas’ military wing released an instructional video detailing new methods for payment.
Following the launch of a Bitcoin fundraising campaign, Hamas’ military wing announced a different wallet address.
Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, is calling for financial support via Bitcoin.
Islamic State (IS) supporters translated into English and French the infographic featured in Naba 113 on the "nullifiers of Islam" into which it said Hamas fell.
The Gaza-based Battalion of Sheikh Omar Hadid claimed a rocket attack on the Israeli city of Ashkelon and issued a video on the incident.
Jaish al-Ummah (Army of the Ummah), a pro-al-Qaeda jihadi faction in Gaza, condemned the bombings of vehicles belonging to the military wings of Hamas and Islamic Jihad, claiming that the attack only serves the enemies.
The Gaza-based “Battalion of Sheikh Omar Hadid” claimed credit for a rocket attack on Ashkelon, Eshkol, and Netivot in Israel, and called them acts of revenge for Hamas killing a militant in order to “please the Jews”.
A Gaza-based jihadi group calling itself the “Battalion of Sheikh Omar Hadid” claimed credit for the May 26, 2015, rocket attack on the Israeli port city of Ashdod and gave a 48-hour deadline to Hamas to comply with certain conditions or it would continue to act.
After the expiration of its 72-hour deadline to Hamas to release imprisoned Salafists or it would mobilize its forces, the “Supporters of the Islamic State in Jerusalem” claimed firing two mortars at a location of the group’s Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigade in Khan Yunus.
The Damascus division of the Islamic State (IS) in Syria released a video on “liberating” the al-Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp, and announced “today al-Yarmouk and tomorrow Qasioun, Allah permitting”.
The “Supporters of the Islamic State in Jerusalem” (Jama’at Ansar al-Dawlat al-Islamiyya fi Beit al-Maqdis) threatened Hamas, giving it a 72-hour deadline to release imprisoned Salafists prison or it would mobilize its forces to act against “observed targets”.
The Damascus provincial division of the Islamic State (IS) issued a correction regarding photos showing the bodies of IS fighters allegedly killed by Hamas militias in Yalda farms.
Hamas spokesman Dr. Sami Abu Zahri praised the slaying of four people, three Americans and one Briton, in a Jerusalem synagogue on November 18, 2014. The spokesman stated that the attack was committed in response to the hanging of 32-year-old bus driver Yusuf Hasan al-Ramuni.
The Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, and twelve other Palestinian militant factions issued a joint statement declaring victory against Israel in the recent war in Gaza.
A jihadist claimed hacking three websites belonging to the Hamas-led government in Gaza in revenge for what he believes are Hamas-supporting hackers causing disruptions to jihadi forums.
Ibn Taymiyyah Media Center (ITMC), the official online distributor of material from the Mujahideen Shura Council (MSC) in the Environs of Jerusalem, held Hamas responsible for the killing of Haitham Mishal (AKA Abu Ziad) and other fighters in Gaza, and urged Palestinians to demand the release of Salafists from Hamas' prisons.
Despite inclusion on the United States Treasury Department's list of Specially Designated Terrorists, Mousa Mohammed Abu Marzook, the Deputy Head of Hamas, maintains an active presence on the Facebook social networking site, which hosts two pages describing his work, interviews, statements, and calls for a Palestinian revolt.
Ibn Taymiyyah Media Center released a speech by Abdullah Jihad al-Ashqar (AKA Abu al-Muhtasib al-Maqdisi), an official in the Mujahideen Shura Council in the Environs of Jerusalem, criticizing the Hamas-led government for its recent actions against Salafist Jihadists in Gaza and its attempts to arrest him.
The Afghan Taliban congratulated Hamas and the Palestinian people for the prisoner exchange deal with Israel involving IDF soldier Gilad Shalit and over 1,000 Palestinian prisoners.
Tawhid and Jihad Group in Jerusalem, a Gaza-based militant faction, disputed reports that two of its fighters were arrested by Hamas security forces on August 6, 2011.
The Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF) released an Arabic-language message attributed to Abu Usama al-Gharib AKA Mohammed Mahmoud, criticizing Hamas for actions it has taken against Salafist Jihadist groups in Gaza.