Al-Qaeda Central (AQC) issued a two-page statement eulogizing Afghan Taliban official and Haqqani Network chief Jalaluddin Haqqani.
Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) issued a eulogy morning the death of Afghan Taliban official and Haqqani Network chief Jalaluddin Haqqani.
The Syria-based al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned Hurras al-Deen gave a eulogy for Afghan Taliban official and Haqqani Network chief Jalaluddin Haqqani.
The Afghan Taliban released a statement from the Haqqani family eulogizing its patriarch, Jalaluddin Haqqani, and noting his parting advice on continuing jihad and maintaining the cohesiveness of the Taliban.
The Afghan Taliban announced the death of Jalaluddin Haqqani, a member of its Leadership Council and the head of what is known as the "Haqqani Network".
Sirajuddin Haqqani, the deputy leader of the Afghan Taliban and an official in the Haqqani Network, called for brotherhood among fighters and settling of differences, and urged resistance against division.
A jihadist posted a picture showing the Afghan Taliban’s former U.S. captive, Bowe Bergdahl, with Badruddin Haqqani, a son of Haqqani Network leader, Jalaluddin Haqqani.
Manba al-Jihad, a media unit of the Haqqani Network within the Afghan Taliban, released a video focusing on the June 25, 2013, suicide raid in Kabul that targeted the U.S. Embassy, Presidential Palace, Defense Ministry, and Ariana Hotel.
Pakistani jihadists distributed a picture showing a man they identified as Nasiruddin Haqqani, the eldest son of Haqqani Network chief Jalaluddin Haqqani, before his burial.
Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) issued a statement on the death of Nasiruddin Haqqani, the eldest son of Haqqani Network chief Jalaluddin Haqqani, congratulating the Afghan Taliban for his "martyrdom" and pledging revenge.
Haqqani Network leader and Afghan Taliban Leadership Council member, Jalaluddin Haqqani, gave a eulogy for his son Nasiruddin and wished that he, too, becomes a “martyr”.
The Leadership Council of the Afghan Taliban gave condolences for the death of Nasiruddin Haqqani, the eldest son of Haqqani Network chief Jalaluddin Haqqani, and called his killing a "cowardly terrorist attack".
A jihadist published an alleged picture of deceased Haqqani Network official Mullah Sangeen Zadran lying in a coffin. He posted the picture on the Jamia Hafsa Urdu Forum (JHUF) on October 3, 2013.
Manba al-Jihad, a media unit of the Afghan Taliban's Haqqani Network, released a video focusing on slain senior official Badruddin Haqqani and showing footage of eight fighters who carried out a revenge attack in Kabul in June 2013.
Manba al-Jihad updated the 11th episode of its Pashto-language "Caravan of Heroes" video series by releasing Arabic- and Urdu-dubbed copies and an English-subtitled copy.
Maulvi Sangin Zadran, an official in the Haqqani Network within the Afghan Taliban, reiterated his call to Turkish Muslims to support jihad and come to the battlefield in Afghanistan in a video concerning the "Crusader" attack on the Muslim world.
Manba al-Jihad, a media unit of the Haqqani Network within the Afghan Taliban, released the 11th episode in its "Caravan of Heroes" video series, showing 26 attacks in eastern Afghanistan in the group's "al-Farooq" military campaign.
The Afghan Taliban released the 77th issue of its monthly Arabic-language e-magazine, "al-Samoud," on September 27, 2012, and in it, published an interview with Sirajuddin Haqqani.
Fursan Muhammad Information Group, a Turkish jihadist media outfit, released a video that eulogizes seven Turkish fighters killed in Afghanistan and that also shows a senior official in the Haqqani Network urging Turkish and Kurdish Muslims to participate in jihad.
Maulvi Sangin Zadran, a senior official in the Haqqani Network and the Afghan Taliban's military commander for Paktika province of southeastern Afghanistan, addressed a message to Turkish Muslims, urging them to participate in jihad.